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Epigraphical Studies of Rajasthan Inscriptions

Ratan Lal Mishra (Author)
Synopsis The Shekhawati inn Rajasthan is one of the most important regions from the archaeological viewpoint with inscriptions of national importance like the Harsha inscription and Sakarai inscriptions. Most of the inscriptions seem to have a bearing on the history and culture of the region. They give us an idea of the singular rituals and ceremonies which were a part of the lifestyle of the people of the region. The author has, therefore, given a brief outline of the history, society and culture of the Shekhawati region before giving details of the inscriptions. Most of these inscriptions have been exposed for the first time. Only a few have been previously noticed by the Archaeological Survey of India or the Rajputana Museum, Ajmer. The extensive use of Sanskrit in these inscriptions continued upto the first quarter of the thirteenth century after which the local dialect of the Rajasthani language was used in the inscriptions. However, a touch of corrupt Sanskrit still remained in the
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About the author

Ratan Lal Mishra

Born on 25th November, 1925 at Mandawa, a small town in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan Dr. Ratanlal Mishra is a prolific writer having more than thirty books to his credit. His special subjects of study are history and archaeology. He is deeply interested in various aspects of ancient India and has produced some works of note. Besides this, Indian culture and civilization have been the theme of his other works. Presently, he is engaged in epigraphical study of Rajasthan.

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Bibliographic information

Title Epigraphical Studies of Rajasthan Inscriptions
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 2nd ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176463361
length xiii+169p., Plates; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.