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Another image            .           .           .           .           .

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Do.      .           .           .

Indistinct.

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Another Buddhist image        .           .           .

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….

Do.      .           .           .

            Do.

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Another image            .           .           .           .           .

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….

Do.      .           .           .

            Do.

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Kāwāyā.—Buddhist image    .           .           .

….

….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Fragmentary. In characters of about the twelfth century A.D.

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Pātner.—Broken image         .           .           .

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….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Mentions Sādhuja Dāmōdara, son of Sādhu Śubhānanda,
apparently as the donor of the image. In characters of about the tenth century.

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Rājaunā.—Image of Dēvī     .           .           .

Pāla     .           .           .

Nayapāla         .           .           .           .           .

Regnal year 13

Do.      .           .           .

Records the installation of goddess Puṇḍēśvarī Bhaṭṭārikā
at Kṛimilā.

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Rāmpur.—Broken image at the ­Śivālaya

….

….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Mentions the image as the gift of a dānapati whose name begins
with Śiva. In characters of about the twelfth century.

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Another broken image in the same place

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….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Gives the Buddhist formula, yē dharmā, etc., and seems to
refer to Paramōpāsaka Māṅgaka as the donor of the image.
Do.

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A third broken image in the same place          .

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….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Gives the Buddhist formula and seems to mention Udrāka
as the donor of the image.      Do.

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Broken image at the Lakshmīsthāna   .

….

….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Mentions Ūtarika as the dānapati (donor of the image).
Do.

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Another broken image in the same place

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….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Mentions a dānapati whose name is doubtful.           Do.

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A third broken image in the same place          .

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….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Mentions a dānapati as the inhabitant of Sōlavihaṭa.           Do.

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Saṁsārpōkhrī (suburb of Lakhisarai).—
Pedestal of lost image.

Pāla     .           .           .

Rāmapāla        .           .           .           .           .

Regnal year 37                        .

Do.      .           .           .

Details lost.

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Broken image in the same place .        .

….

….

….

Sanskrit  (verse),
Nāgarī.

States that an image of Vajravārāhī was caused to be made by
a lady whose name seems to be Gōmayānandabōdhā. In
characters of about the eleventh century A.D.

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Another broken image in the same place .

….

….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Refers to the image as the dēvadharma of a (i.e. Kāyastha)
named Mahāmati. In similar characters.

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A third broken image in the same place          .

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….

….

Do.      .           .           .

Refers to the image as the dēvadharma of a person named
Māhēka. In similar characters.

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Image of Dēvī in the compound of the
Durgā temple in the same place.

….

….

….

Sanskrit, Gauḍīya       .

Refers to the image as the gift of a  dānapati whose name is not
clear.

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Urēn—Broken image of Buddha lying
on the main village road.

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….

….

Mixed Dialect,
Bhaikshukī.

Refers to the image as the gift of Śrī Pratinava-Śrāvitapāla.
Published in Ep. Ind., Vol. XXVIII, p. 224.

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Broken Buddhist image at the Chaṇḍīs-
thāna.

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….

….

Mixed Dialect,
Gauḍīya.

Gives the Buddhist formula, yē dharmā, etc. In characters
of about the tenth century A.D.

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Another broken image in the same place .

….

….

….

Do.      .           .           .

                        Do.