3 edition of Select inscriptions bearing on Indian history and civilization. found in the catalog.
Volume 2 published by Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, in 1983.
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Government Documents Annual Report on Indian Epigr"lphy, 15 nos. and Select Inscriptions Bearing on Indian History and Civilization, 2nd edn., book ITI, no.2 (Calcutta, ). Takakusu, Junjiro. A Record of the Buddhist Religion as Practised in India and the Malay. In the present work, Professor D.C. Sircar deals with various problems relating to Indian epigraphy, and it is expected to be useful to people interested in ancient Indian history in general and Indian inscriptions in particular. Some of the topics discussed herein are: inscriptions and their evidence, languages in which the inscriptions are written, writing materials, the 5/5(4).
scanned to trace inscriptions which fall within our scope. D.C. Sircar's Select Inscriptions bearing on Indian History and Civilization, Vol. I, 2nd. ed., Calcutta, , despite its selectiveness, is still the most easily accessible source for some inscriptions. For inscriptions found along the Karakuram Highway in Western Himalayas, we. (v) Piprawaha: Sircar, Select inscriptions, I, p. 81; Krishnan, Prakrit and Sanskrit Epigraphs, pp. Cf. C S. Upasak, pp. Some other inscriptions are palaeographically assigned to the im-mediate post-Mauryan phase with some scholars having suggested even ear-lier dates. We have marked the following such inscriptions on our.
The inscriptions, though serve as the sources of early history of India, have also their own characteristics value. In early historical India there were two main varieties of scripts namely Brahmi and Kharoshthi. Apart from these there are stone cave inscriptions that are also equally important to provide information related to the Indian history. Yes, in the middle of the 1st millenium BCE, it appears that the Aramaic script was introduced into North-Western India by the Achaemenid rulers of Persia who had conquered parts of North-Western India. The Aramaic script evolved into a script cal.
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