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The Indian Analyst


 

North Indian Inscriptions


 

Contents

Introduction

Preface

Contents

List of Maps and Plates

Abbreviations

Additions and Corrections

Images

Introduction

Political History

The Early Silaharas

The Silaharas of North Konkan

The Silaharas of South Konkan

The Silaharas of Kolhapur

Administration

Religious Condition

Social Condition

Economic Condition

Literature

Architecture and Sculpture

Texts And Translations  

Inscriptions of the Silaharas of North Konkan

Inscriptions of The Silaharas of South Konkan

Inscriptions of The Silaharas of kolhapur

APPENDIX I  

Additional Inscriptions of the Silaharas

APPENDIX II  

A contemporary Yadava Inscription

Index

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

Tanjavur

Tiruvarur

Volume XXIII

Volume XXIV

Archaeological Links

Archaeological-Survey of India

INDEX

 

..The Arabic numerals refer to the pages of the Texts and Translations, and the Roman numerals to those of the Introduction ; n. after a numeral, to foot-notes, and Add. to Additions and Corrections. The following other abbreviations also have been used :—au. =author ; Br.= Brāhmaṇa ; ca. =capital ; ch. =chief ; ci. =city ; co. =country ; com. =commentary ; dt. =district ; or division ; do. =ditto ; dy. =dynasty ; engr. =engraver ; ep. =epithet ; f. =female; feu. =feudatory ; gen. =general ; k. =king ; lo. =locality ; I.m. =land-measure ; m. =man ; min. = minister ; mo. =mountain ; myth. =mythological ; off. =officer ; pr. =prince ; q. =queen ; rel. =religious; ri. =river ; s.a. =same as ; sur. =surname ; te. =temple ; t.d. =territorial division ; tit. =title ; tn. =town ; vi. = village; wk. =work ; wt.=weight.

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a, initial, form of, 76, 82, 135, 142, 151.
ā, medial, form of, 1, 4.
Abhayanandin, Jaina grammarian, lxxviii, lxxix.
abhichāra, ‘exorcising’ lx.
Abhinanda, poet, lxx.
Abhinandadēva, Jaina muni, 251, 253.
Abhinava-Pampa, Jaina au. lxxix n., lxxx.
Abhinavachhēbhā, field, 65, 70.
Abhinava-Sarasvatī, biruda of q. Chandralēkhā, xxi.
Abhyantara-shaṭshashṭi, t.d., 84, 86, 95, 96, xiv, xxxvii.
Abu praśasti of Tējaḥpāla xix, xx.
Achalapura, ca. of Rāshṭrakūṭa ch. 19.
āchāra-sthiti-patra, document, 107.
Āchugi II, Sinda k. xxxi.
Achyuta Nāyaka, off., xxi.
Ādage, vi., 216.
aḍḍa, wt., lxv.
āḍhaki, a kind of coarse grain, 229 & n., lxiii.
adhishṭhāna, ‘basement’, lxxxvi, lxxxviii.
Adhōrē, m., 168.
Ādityabhaṭṭa, Br., 259, 263, 264, 267.
Ādityaśakti, Sēndraka k., vii.
Ādityavarman, m., 75, 179, 183.
Ādityavarman, Śilāhāra k. of South Koṅkaṇ, 179, 182, 184-186, 191,
xxii, xxiii.
Ādityavarman, Sinda k., 5, 10, xxvi & n.
Advaita-Vēdānta, system of philosophy, lxxvi.
āgama, setarian sacred wk 205, lxxvi.
Āgaradīpaka, vi., 108, 110.
Āgāshī Stone Inscription of Aparāditya I, 279-280.
Āgāshī Stone Inscription of Haripāladēva, 128 n., 143-146.
Agasti, m., 75.
agnihōtra, ‘maintenance of sacred fire’,
29, 35, 54, 59, 95, 99, 12 6, xlvii.
agnishṭikā, vow, 209, 313, liv.
agrahāra, ‘royal gift of land’, 194, 198, 265.
Āhavamalla, s.a. Sōmēśvara I, Later Chālukya k., xxix, xxx.
Āhavamalla, Kalachuri k. of Kalyāṇī, xxxiii, xxxiv.
Āhavamalla, min., 145, 146.
Ahichchhatra, s.a. Ayyavoḷe, tn. 231, 234, 242, 245, lx.
Aihoḷe Inscription of Pulakēśin II, 17 n., vii.
Aiyapa, ch., xii.
Aiyapa, Śilāhāra k. of South Koṅkaṇ, 179, 182,
184-186, 191, ii, xxii, xxiii.
Aiyapadēva, k., 45, 52, 80, 83.
Ājiragē-kholla, t.d., 222, 247, 249, xxxvii.
Ajjavasa, Yādava ch., xiv.
Ājurikā, lo. xxxii, xxxv, li, lx, lxxvii, lxxix.
Ājyapā-nāyaka, m., 114, 115.
Akālavarsha, s.a. Kṛishṇa II, Rāshṭrakūṭa k., 10, 15, 184, 190.
Āketa-seṭṭi, merchant., 244.
Akhaḍada, stream, 192.
aksha-mālā, ‘rosary of beads’, lxxxix.
akshaya-nīvi, ‘perpetual endowment’, xlvii-lxiii.
Akshī Stone Inscription of Kēśidēva II, 167-168.
Alaktakapura, s.a. Raktapura, tn., lxxviii.
Aliyama, Arab merchant, xv.
Allaśakti, Sēndraka k., viii.
Alli, Arab m., lxi.
Alliya, Arab m., 72, 75.

  Al-Masudi, Arab traveller, xi.
Altekar, 8, 44, 151 n., 159, 169 n.,
170, 173, iii, xvi n., xxviii.
Āmadēvaiya, Br., 54, 59.
Āmalla, Śilāhāra k. of South Koṅkaṇ, 179, 182, 185.
Ambaḍā, vi., 132.
Ambaḍa, gen., xviii & n., xix.
Ambaranāth, lo., 113.
Ambarnāth Temple Inscription of Māṁvaṇirāja, 110-113, lix.
Āmbe Stone Inscription, xx.
Āmbevarika, vi., 268, 269, 273.
Ambhayā, m., 130.
Ambhōjaśambhu, Śaiva ascetic, 185, 187, 192, xxiv, xlix, 1.
Āmbivalī, vi., 86.
Ambuśrēshṭhin, merchant, 37, 43.
Ammaṇa, k., 45, 52, 80, 83, xii.
Ammaṇaiya, off., 18-20, 26, 28, 29.
Āmnāya, Western, of Śaiva sect, 165, 170, 1.
Amōghavarsha I, Rāshṭrakūṭa k., 1, 3, 6-8, 10, 15, 24, 184.
190, x, xlix.
Amōghavarsha II, Rāshṭrakūṭa k., 10, 19, 24, 37, 191, 194.
Amōghavarsha III, Rāshṭrakūṭa k., 10, 11, 15, 19, 24, 37, 179.
182, lxxiii.
Aṁśunagara, tn., xii.
Amuka, min., 128 & n., 130-132,
162, 163, 280, 282.
Aṇahilapaṭṭana, Chāulukya ca., xix, lxviii n.
Anatadēva I or Ananatapāla,
Śilāhāra k. of North Koṅkaṇ, 113.
115, 116, 120, 121,
127, 215, ix, x, xviii n., xxxi.
xl, xli, lxi. invasion of his
kingdom by the Kadambas and
their Arab allies, and their defeat,
164, 165, 281, x, xx
Anantadēva III, Silāhāra k. of North Konkan, 172, 173, x, xx.
Ananta-nāyaka, m., 146.
Anantapai, m., 161-163.
Anantapai, off., 171 n.
Anantaprabhu, min. 169, 171 & n.
Anantugi, off., 153.
Andhra, co., 19, 25, 1.
Anēkaśēsha-vyākaraṇa, Jaina
Sanskrit grammar lxxviii.
Ānēvāḍī, hamlet, 145, 146.
Aṅga, co., v.
aṅga-bhōga, ‘worship of a deity’, 87 & n.
aṅga-dēvatā, ‘subordinate goddess’, lxxxix.
Aniruddha, off., viii.
Aṇitapallā-vishaya, dt., 128, 130, xxxvi.
añjali-mudrā, pose, 64.
Añjanerī Plates of Bhōgaśakti, 38, 43, i n., viii.
Añjuvaṇṇam, ‘artisan’, 58 n.
Aṅkulagē, vi., 216, 220.
Annaṇā, fem., 198.
Annapaiya, scribe, 37, 44.
Annapālīya, t.d., 70, lxvii & n.
Aṇṇiga, Pallava ch., 10.
antarāla, ‘vestibule’, iv, lxxxv, lxxxvi.
Aparāditya I or Aparājita, Śilāhāra k.
of North Koṅkaṇ, 120, 121,
126-134, 141, 143, 154 n.,
156-165, 169, 279, 280, x, xli,
lix, lxxiii ; invasion and
occupation of his kingdom by
Kadamba Jayakēśin II, lxvii;
his defeat, and recovery of
the kingdom by him, xvii; helped
by Gaṇḍarāditya,
xxxii; sent an ambassador to Kāshmīr, xvii ; author of

 

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