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Two Sanskrit Inscriptions Engraven on Stone


The Original Texts, with Translations and Comments


A significant portion of this article contains the original texts, translations, and comments of two Sanskrit inscriptions discovered in 1857. Both inscriptions list the names of the rulers of Chedi and the names of their consorts and kinsmen.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-035-3
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 520
Publication Date: Apr 30,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 43
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-035-3
$39.00

Two Sanskrit inscriptions were discovered in 1857. One was found at Bhera Ghat on the Nerbudda and the other was uncovered at the village of Tewar. The first inscription brought to light the fact that the paternal great grandfather of the queen of Gayakarna Deva, Hansapala, is a representative of the royal house of Mewar. The inscription mentions a person who has a very unusual. It is almost certain that the person mentioned in this inscription was from the kingdom of Chedi. Both inscriptions list the names of the rulers of Chedi and the names of their consorts and kinsmen.

Two Sanskrit inscriptions were discovered in 1857. One was found at Bhera Ghat on the Nerbudda and the other was uncovered at the village of Tewar. The first inscription brought to light the fact that the paternal great grandfather of the queen of Gayakarna Deva, Hansapala, is a representative of the royal house of Mewar. The inscription mentions a person who has a very unusual. It is almost certain that the person mentioned in this inscription was from the kingdom of Chedi. Both inscriptions list the names of the rulers of Chedi and the names of their consorts and kinsmen.

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