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The Indian Analyst


 

South Indian Inscriptions


 

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS

Page 103.─ The Paiṭhaṇ plates of Gôvinda III. of A.D. 794.─ For the localisation of this record, by identification of the places mentioned in it, see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXX. p. 515.─J. F. F.
158.─ The spurious Sûḍi plates.─ In text lines 71, 83, for “ Suldhâṭavî ” read “Sulvâṭavî;” and make the same correction in the translation, p. 184 : see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXX, p. 264.─ For a full note on the Kisukâḍ (Sulvâtavî) seventy & district, see ibid. p. 259 ff.─ Page 184, line 7, for “of his wife,” read “of his mistress;” see Vol. VII. below, p. 182, note 4.─ J. F. F.

,, 208, the last line but one.─ For a full note on the Kûṇḍi country, see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXIX. p. 278 ff.­─ J. F. F.

,, 230.─ The Bhairanmaṭṭi inscription.─ Page 235, line 10, for “ in the region,” read “ on an island;” see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXXII. p. 55 and note 36.─ J. F. F.

,, 360.─ The Tiḍgundi plates of Vikramâditya VI. of A.D. 1082.─ For the identification of the Pratyaṇdaka four-thousand province, see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXX.p. 380.─ J. F. F.

B.- VOLUME IV.

Page 204.─ The Nîlgund inscription of Taila II. of A.D. 982.─ For the identification of the Kôgaḷi country, see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXX. p. 106.─ J. F. F.

,, 212.─ The inscriptions of A.D. 1064 and 1072 at the Jaṭiṅga-Râmêśvara hill.─ For the identification of the Kaṇiyakal three-hundred district, see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXX. p. 108.─J. F. F.

,, 278.─ The Karhâḍ plates of Kṛishṇa III. of A.D. 959.─ For the localisation of this record, by identification of the places mentioned in it, see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXX. p. 373.─ For a full note on the Karahâṭa four-thousand province, see ibid. p. 377 ff.─ J. F. F.

,, 350.─ The Hebbâḷ inscription of A.D. 975.─ Page 351, line 1, and page 354, translation line 5, for “ Rēvaka,” read “Rēvakanimmaḍi,” and in the translation omit the words “ (holding her) in (his) lap ;” see Vol. VI. below, p. 71, and note 4.─ J. F. F.
,, 371, column 2, last line,─ for Hrahaḍagalli, read Hîrahaḍagalli.

C.-VOLUME VI.

Page 208.- The Alās plates, which purport to have been issued in A.D. 770.- The Alaktakā vishaya of this record is mentioned as the Alatage seven-hundred district in a record of A.D. 1008 ; and the places mentioned in that record, and in another, locate it close on the east of Kôlhâpur, where there is now the Aḷtêṁ subdivision of that State ; see Ind. Ant. Vol. XXIX. p. 273 ff. For the point that the Alâs plates are a spurious record, see Vol. VII, below, p. 231.─ J. F. F.

,, 341, text line 61,─ insert the figure [2] after .

,, 394, column 1, line 9,─ for Vîrpêḍû-nâḍu, read Virpêḍu-nâḍu.

,, ,, column 2, last line,─ for Piṅgâla, read Piṅgala.


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