Epigraphia Indica, Volume 28
Manager of Publications, 1985 - India
A list of the inscriptions of Northern India in Brahmi and its derivative scripts, from about 200 A. C., by D. R. Bhandarkar, issued as appendix to v. 19-23.
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C M A Ph D Jotacamund
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aksharas Anantavarman appears belonged Bengal Bhandarkar Bhanja Bhauma-Kara Bijjala Brahmanas Buddhist called century A. D. Chaitra charter chief Coll copper plates copper-plate corresponding dated Saka District dynasty eclipse engraved epigraph Epigraphist Epigraphist for India epithet feudatory foot-note Ganga Ganjam Ganjam District genealogy gift gotra Government Epigraphist grandson grant Gupta Ibid identified indicated inscription issued Jajpur Kalachuri Kalinga king king's kingdom known Kosala land later letters Madras Maharaja mentioned metre Museum Nala Nannaraja Narasimha Ootacamund Orissa P. B. Desai Pala palaeography Pallava Pandya portion present prince Prithvideva probably purnimanta Rashtrakuta record referred regarding regnal reign rule ruler Saka Salihundam Sambuvaraya Sanskrit seal Second Plate Second Side seems solar Somesvara South successor suggested Svamiraja Svasti taluk temple Third Plate tithi Umavarman Varaguna verse Vidarbha Vikramaditya village vishaya Western Chalukya word yasya