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Chaudhury, P.D.


DE, S. C.

Desai, P. B.

Dikshit, M. G.

Krishnan, K. G.

Desai, P. B

Krishna Rao, B. V.

Lakshminarayan Rao, N., M.A.

Mirashi, V. V.

Narasimhaswami, H. K.

Pandeya, L. P.,

Sircar, D. C.

Venkataramayya, M., M.A.,

Venkataramanayya, N., M.A.

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SAKA 602

Pāṭaṇ inscription of Śaka 1128 ; but it is not likely to have been connected with the Sēndrakas, as it traced its descent not from the lord of serpents but from the Sun[1].

As for the localities mentioned in the present plates, Kundalikāmala, the headquarters of the vishaya in which the donated village was situated, is probably identical with Kundalgaon, 14 miles west of Nāndgaon near the western border of the Khandesh District. No place exactly corresponding to the donated village Sēṇāṇā can be traced in the neighbourhood, but Saundaṇē which lies about 10 miles north by west of Nāndgaon may represent the ancient village. Jayapuradvārī, from where the plates were issued, may be identical with Jeur which lies about 7 miles almost due north of Nāndgaon. Kallivana where the donor resided is undoubtedly Kalvaṇ, the chief town of the Kalvaṇ taluk of the Nasik District.


First Plate


[1] Above, Vol. I, p. 342.
[2] From the photo-zincograph published in the Prabhāta (Marāṭhī) for Chaitra, Śaka 1829.
[3] Expressed by a symbol.
[4] This expression is used to describe Ādityaśakti in the Bagumrā plates, and Allaśaktī in the Kāsārē plates.
[5] This expression occurs in the description of Allaśakti in the Bagumrā and Nāgad plates.

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