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Brihaspati Sutra, Or, the Science of Politics According to the School of Brihaspati
This text has been lost, and is known only from fragmentary quotations. Dakshinaranjan Shastri in published 60 such verses. In , he published 54 selected verses as Barhaspatya sutram. Shastri was of the opinion that many more fragments could be recovered. Ramkrishna Bhattacharya attempts a new reconstruction, with the caveat that the more verses are listed, the greater the uncertainty that it will be either misquoted or foreign materials included as a part of the text. Most of the fragments are found in works dated to the Indian Middle Ages, roughly between the 8th and 12th centuries.
Brihaspati sutra, or, The science of politics according to the school of Brihaspati