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South Indian Inscriptions


 

EPIGRAPHIA INDICA

No. 32.─ MADRAS MUSEUM PLATES OF SRIGIRIBHUPALA ;

SAKA-SAMVAT 1346.

BY M. NARAYANASVAMI AYYAR, B.A., B.L., HIGH COURT VAKIL, MADRAS.

The finding-place of these plates is not known. But from Mr. Sewell’s description of them[3] it appears that they were preserved in the office of the Head Assistant Collector of North Arcot. __________________________________________________________________

[3] Lists of Antiquities, Vol. II. p. 12.

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