1 edition of Epigraphia indica found in the catalog.
Originally published in separate volumes.
|Statement||[edited by Z. A. Desai]. 1964 and 1965.|
|Contributions||Desai, Z. A., Archaeological Survey of India.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
More editions of Epigraphia Indica and record of the ArchÃ¦ological Survey of India Volume 5: Epigraphia Indica and record of the ArchÃ¦ological Survey of India Volume 5: ISBN () Softcover, , ii epigraphia indica One of the important publications of this branch is Epigraphia Indica, the first volume of which was edited by Burgess and brought out in the year This is a critically edited periodical containing important inscriptions in different languages and scripts.
The Hathigumpha Inscription ("Elephant Cave" inscription), from Udayagiri, near Bhubaneswar in Odisha, was inscribed by Kharavela, the then Emperor of Kalinga in India. The Hathigumpha Inscription consists of seventeen lines in a Central-Western form of Prakrit incised in a deep-cut Brahmi script on the overhanging brow of a natural cavern called Hathigumpha in the southern Present location: Udayagiri Hills, Bhubaneswar. Epigraphia Indica Volume 4 Epigraphia Indica Volume 6: Epigraphia Indica Volume 7 Epigraphia Indica Volume 8 Epigraphia Indica Volume 27 a book which contains an enormous amount of references, but requires through revision and condensation before it can be .
6. Kanyakumari Stone Inscription of Vira Rajendra; Epigraphia Indica XV and XVIII. 7. Tirumukkudal Stone Inscription of the fifth year of Vira Rajendra; Epigraphia Indica XXI, 8. Charla Plates of the seventh year of Vira Rajendra—- Saka —a. d. ; Epigraphia Indica XXV. 9. South Indian Inscriptions Vol. II, Pts. I to V. Archaeological Survey of India: Epigraphia Indica. (Delhi [etc.] Manager of Publications [etc.].), also by Devadatta Ramakrishna Bhandarkar and India. Department of Archaeology (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Archaeological Survey of India: Epigraphia indica. (Delhi [etc.], Manager of Publications.), also by India. Dept. of.
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Excerpt from Epigraphia Indica, Vol. 2: A Collection of Inscriptions Supplement to the Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum of the Archæological Survey Mr. Rea found that the building had been of solid brick work through out, and that a portion of the base of the dome and the wall of the procession path at the south-east quadrant, were : Devadatta Ramakrishna Bhandarkar.
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4 Epigraphia Indica Vol V Epigraphia indica vol.6 Epigraphia Indica Vol VII Epigraphia. Epigraphia Carnatica is a set of books on epigraphy of the Old Mysore region of India, compiled by Benjamin Lewis Rice, the Director of the Mysore Archaeological Department.
Over a period of about ten years between andRice published the books in a set of twelve volumes. The books contain the study of about inscriptions from lithic surfaces and copper plates. Epigraphia Indica, Volume 8 [Devadatta Ramkrishna Bhandarkar, Archaeological Survey of India, India. Dept.
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Epigraphia carnatica by Mysore. Dept. of Archaeology,Mysore Govt. Central Press edition.page note 1 See disquisitions in the introductions of other volumes of the series (especially vol.
9, Bangalore), of which only an outline is given on p. 3ff. of the introduction to the present book. For some of the other forgeries so used, see the present writer's List of Spurious Indian Records in Ind. Ant.,p.Nos. 10, 11, 46, 48, 50 to 52, and 54 to Author: J.