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The Indian Analyst


 

South Indian Inscriptions


 

EPIGRAPHIA INDICA

INDEX.[1] BY V. VENKAYYA, M.A.

Abhidhânachintâmaṇi, quoted, 30n
Abimanyu, Râshṭrakûṭa ch., 216
abhishêka-maṇḍapa, 132
abhyûsha, a cake, 43n
Abulâmâ, vi., 72
âchârya, an architect, 168n
Achcharapâkkam, vi., 11
Achyutarâya, Vijayanagara k., 18n
Adaraguñchi, vi., 215
Âḍavalâr or Âḍavallâr, s. a. Naṭêśa, 138
Aḍavi-Mushṭûru, s. a. Kôna, 75, 85
Aḍḍakali gachchha, 179, 191
âdêśa-naibandhika, 87
âdêya, 62
âdhikârika, 45
adhikârin, a minister, 196
Âdhipurî, s. a. Tiruvorriyûr, 149
Âdhipurîśvara, te., 148
adhvaryu 46
aḍi, His Majesty, 24n
Âdijina, s. a. Ṛishabhanâtha, 108, 114, 115
Âdhipurâṇa, quoted, 227
Âdityabhaṭâra, m., 202
Âdityasêna, Gupta k., 59
Âdityavardhana, Kanauj k., 159
Âdivarâha, sur. of Bhôja, 32n
Âdiyappan, te., 175
Aḍiyâr, m., 25
agambaḍi, a body-guard, 164
Agastyêśvara, te., 133
Âgimita (Agnimitra), m., 50
Agimitraṇaka (Agnimitra), m., 49, 50
agnîdh, 46
agnihôtrin, 87
Agnipurâṇa, quoted, 120n
agnishṭôma, 46
agrahâra, 20, 27, 45, 75, 84, 160, 180, 212
Agraṇipiḍugu, Chôḷa ch., 149
âgrayaṇa 46


  Ahalyâ, f., 152n
Âhavamalla, sur. of Sômêśvara I., 145, 146
Aḥmad Shâh, Bahmanî k., 78
Ahôbala, vi., 84
Airâvata, the elephant of Indra, 42n
Aivaragaṇḍa, sur. of Nṛisiṁharâya, 84
Ajaṇṭâ, vi., 49
Ajilaru, sur. of Vîra-Timmarâja-Oḍeyaru, 114
Ajmere, vi., 58
âjñâ, s.a. âjñapti, 183n
âjñapti, 69n, 183, 184, 185, 191
Akâlavarsha, sur. of Râshṭrakûṭa kings, 28, 29, 43, 230
akshasâlin, s.a. akkasâle, 107n
akkasâle or akkasâliga, a goldsmith, 107n
Akkinaṅgaiyâr, queen of Kulamâṅikkeru- mânâr 137
akshapaṭalika or âkshapaṭalika, 69, 107n
âkshaśâlika or akshaśâlin, s. a. akkasâle, 107n
akshaya-nîvî, 101n
akshaya-tṛitîyâ, tithi, 98
Akshêśvara, te., 11
Alagan-Perumâḷ, sur. of Jaṭilavarman Śrî- vallabha Ativîrarâma, 16
Alaktakâ-vishaya, di., 231
Âlaṅguḍi, vi., 5n
alari, flower, 132
Alâs, vi., 230,231
Albuquerque, Portuguese viceroy, 18, 19
ali-mukham, a port-town, 168
Alînâ, vi., 62n, 68n
Alivîna-Kaḷakaṇḍa-Pṛithvigaṅgaraiyan, sur. of Puttaḍigaḷ, 195, 196, 197
aḷiya-santâna, 112
aloṇakhâdaka, 67
alphabets :─ box-headed, 103
Brâhmî, 117, 118, 119
Grantha, 22, 25, 76n, 108, 109, 115, 116, 120, 121, 128, 145, 148, 152, 192, 197

The figures refer to pages ; ‘ n ’ after a figure, to foot-notes ; and ‘ add.’ to the Additions and Corrections on pp. v. and vi. The following other abbreviations are used :─ ch. = chief ; co. = country ; di. = district or division ; do. = ditto ; dy. = dynasty ; E. = Eastern ; f. = female ; k. = king ; m.= male ; mo. = mountain ; ri.= river ; s.a. = sama as ; sur. = surname ; te, = temple ; vi. = village or town ; W. = Western.

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