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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Indian Analyst


South Indian Inscriptions






List of Plates


Additions And Corrections



Inscriptions And Translations

Kalachuri Chedi Era



Early Kalachuris of Mahishmati

Early Gurjaras

Kalachuri of Tripuri

Kalachuri of Sarayupara

Kalachuri of South Kosala

Sendrakas of Gujarat

Early Chalukyas of Gujarat

Dynasty of Harischandra




Economic Condition



Genealogical Tables

Texts And Translations

Incriptions of The Abhiras

Inscriptions of The Maharajas of Valkha

Incriptions of The Mahishmati

Inscriptions of The Traikutakas

Incriptions of The Sangamasimha

Incriptions of The Early Kalcahuris

Incriptions of The Early Gurjaras

Incriptions of The Sendrakas

Incriptions of The Early Chalukyas of Gujarat

Incriptions of The Dynasty of The Harischandra

Incriptions of The Kalachuris of Tripuri

Other South-Indian Inscriptions 

Volume I

Volume II

Volume III

Vol. IV - VIII

Volume IX

Volume X

Volume XI

Volume XII

Volume XIII

Volume XIV

Volume XV

Volume XVI

Volume XVII

Volume XVIII

Volume XIX

Volume XX

Volume XXII_Part I

Volume XXII_Part II



Volume XXIII

Volume XXIV

Archaeological Links

Archaeological-Survey of India




A. B. I. A. –Annual Bibliography of Indian Archæology (Leiden).
A. B. O. R. I. –Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute.
A. C. A. I. –Allan, Coins of Ancient India.
A. C. S. –Antiquities of the Chambā State.
A. H. D.—Jouveau-Dubreuil. Ancient History of the Daccan.
A. R.—Asiatic Researches.
A. R. A. D. G. S.—Annual Report of the Archæological Department of the Gwalior State.
A. R. A. S. I.—Annual Report of the Archæological Survey of India.
A. R. A. S. M.—Annual Report of the Archæological Survey of Mysore.
A. R. B. I. S. M. –Annual Report of the Bhārata Itihāsa Samśōdhaka Mandala.
A. R. S. I. E. –Annual Report of South Indian Epigraphy.
A. S. W. I. –Archæological Survey of Western India.
BK. –Bhārata-Kaumudi (Studies in Indology in honour of Dr. Radhakumud Moo- kerji), Part I.
Bom. Gaz.—Bombay Gazetteer.
B. R. W. W.—Beal, Buddhist Records of the Western World.
B. V. –D. R. Bhandarkar Volume.
C. A. D.—Rapson, Catalogue of Coins of the Andhra Dynasty, the Western Kshatrapas, the Traikūtaka Dynasty and the Bōdhi Dynasty.
C. A. I.—Cunningham, Coins of Ancient India.
C. A. S. I. R.—Cunningham, archæological Survey of India Reports.
C. H. I.—Cambridge History of India, Vol. I.
C. I. I.—Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum.
C. I. M.—Cunningham, Coins of Mediæval India.
C. T. I.—Burgess, Cave Temples of India.
C. W. B.—Collected Works of Dr. R. G. Bhandarkar (published by the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute).
D. H. N. I.—H. C. Ray, Dynastic History of Northern India.
DK.—Hēmachandra, Dvyāśrayakāvya.
D. K. A. -Pargiter, Dynasties of the Kali Age.
D. K. D.—Fleet, Dynasties of the Kanarese Districts.
E. D. H. I.—Elliot and Dowson, History of India
E. H. D. -R. G. Bhandarkar, Early History of the Deccan (Collected Works of Bhan- darker, Vol. III).
Ep. Cam. (or E. C.).—Epigraphia Carnatica.
Ep. Ind.—Epigraphia Indica.
G. i. L.—Winternitz, Geschichte der indischen Litteratur.
H. A. S.—Hyderabad Archæological Series.
H. C. I. P.—History and Culture of the Indian People.
H. D. L.—Kane, History of Dharmaśāstra Literature.
H. I. S. I.—Sewell, Historical Inscriptions of Southern India.


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