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FOREWORD by Prof Nisith Ranjan Ray
CHAPTER Two I Date and Place of Origin of Religious Tokens 4
CHAPTER THREE I Primary Purpose and New Role of Ramatarikas
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attdt Base metal base silver beaded border partially Bengal Bengali script blundered Brass bullion Calcutta Chakravarti cinquefoil coin scarcity coin-tokens coinage copper tokens decorated Delhi Sultanate Description Obverse Reverse designs dhoti dotted border dumpy East India Company Edge hammered Edge plain eighteenth and nineteenth English fabric flan folded hands Four-armed gold Guru Gurumukhi legend Hanuman Indian Museum Indo-British tokens issued JASB JNSI Krsna later Mughal machine-struck Marching Figures mints motif Muhammad muhrs Murshidabad Ndgari nineteenth centuries Niyogi Notif Numismatic obliquely milled obverse Obverse Reverse Remarks ornament tokens payasa Physical Description Obverse pieces Plate Rama Rama and Laksmana Rama-Laksmana Rama-Sita Ramasabha Ramatankas Rdmasabhd religious tokens resemble rupees seat-rails seated Shah Alam shroffs Sikh Sikh tokens sikkas silver and base Sita Siva Slta southern India struck in collar style Tantra temple throne trade trisula type of tokens umbrella vide