SANSKRIT PORTION OF CIṘṘŪR PLATES OF NṚPATUṄGAVARMĀ

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          The epigraphic records of the kings are found for a long course of time. With regards to the Sanskrit epigraphs, Ayodhyā inscription, Gośūṇḍī inscription and Hāthibāḍā inscription are dated as earliest ones. (Indian Epigraphy by Rechord Solomon, Page 86). These inscriptions are dated as 1st BCE on the basis of Paleography and other factors….

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PALLAVA DESCENDENT AS PĀṆḌYA OFFICIAL

          We know that after Aprājita pallava who was killed by Āditya Coḹa, the pallava race lost its glory and became a subordinate one without any significance. We know that Āditya coḹa married Tribhuvanamādevi from pallava race. Karandai plates of Rājendra I claim that Parāntaka I fought with pallavas. Pārthivendrādivarmā, was the in charge of…

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