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" Those who want to go away, may go; those who want to stop, may stop. The king in his administration uses no corporal punishments; criminals are merely fined according to the gravity of their offences. Even for a second attempt at rebellion the punishment... "
The Early History of India from 600 B.C. to the Muhammadan Conquest ... - Page 260
by Vincent Arthur Smith - 1904 - 389 pages
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History of India, Volume 2; Volume 6

Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - India - 1906
...growing in favour in this part of the country. The region to the south of Mathura, that is to say, Malwa, specially excited the admiration of the traveller,...according to the gravity of the offence, and capital BUDDHIST SCULPTURE ON THE BHARAHAT STUPA, SHOWING THE ERECTION OP THE JETAVANA MONASTERY. (After Cunningham.)...
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The Gupta Empire

Radhakumud Mookerji - India - 2007 - 174 pages
...official restrictions. Only those who till the king's land have to pay so much on the profit they make. Those who want to go away, may go ; those who want to stop, may stop. The 'king in his administration uses no corporal punishments; criminals are merely fined according to the...
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Ancient Indian History and Civilization

Sailendra Nath Sen - India - 1999 - 668 pages
...official restrictions. Only those who till the king's land have to pay so much on the profit they make. Those who want to go away, may go; those who want to stop, may stop. The king in his administration uses no corporal punishment; criminals are merely fined according to the...
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