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the 1) For the Haraha Inscription see: ´ S¯astri, Hirananda, Haraha Inscription of the Reign of Isanavarman: [Vikrama Sambat] 611 , in: Epigraphia Indica XIV (1917–1918), 110–120; D.C. Sircar, Select Inscriptions I, 385–389 (Delhi 1965 2 ); K.K. 0aplyal, Inscriptions of the Maukharis, Later Guptas, Pu

In: Indo-Iranian Journal

Inscription of Īśānavarman.’ 16 In line 16 of our inscription the double scroll sign is used to fill up the line and, concomitantly, to mark a new paragraph, uktaṃ ca , so that the standard concluding, exhortative verse could begin on a new line. My edition is presented in two ways: first, a literal

In: Indo-Iranian Journal