Epigraphia Indica, Volume 39, Part 5
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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Jayarampur Plate of Gopachandra By P R Srinivasan
Four Inscriptions of Sivagupta Balarjuna from Sirpur
Three Telugu Inscriptions from Pulivendla Taluk By K V
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10th century Achyuta Aggalaya Archaeological Survey Balarjuna Banavasi province belonged Bhanugupta Brahmana Buddhist Buddhist monastery Byadagi Chalukya charter Chief Epigraphist Copper-plate Inscription Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum Cuddapah District Davaleyaraju described Dhanachandra Dharwar Dharwar District edited epigraph Epigraphia Indica epithets family of ministers Faridpur feudatory Fleet found engraved Gandharvesvara temple gift Gopachandra grant grounds of palaeography Gupta Ibid identified illustrated on plate impressions inscription of Sivagupta Kadakuppi-grama Kaliyugarama Khoh plates king known Krishna Krishna III Kshatriya Kumaragupta letter line 13 lost Maharaja Sarvanatha Mahayana Mahdsdmanta Mallasarul mentioned metre Mugunda-nadu Mysore Orissa palaeography Pandava passage in lines Pillar Inscription Plava present record probably Pulivendla Taluk Rashtrakuta Ravikirtti referred reign ruler Saka Select Inscriptions Senavarasa Shiggaon Sirpur Siva Skandagupta Stone Inscription Survey of India Svasti Taluk Telugu text lines Tiyganur-30 unit figure usual Bana prasasti verse vihdra Vijayasena Vikramaditya village XXIII XXXI XXXIX