The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Khoh Charter 1 of Hastin, year 156

Dimensions estimated from plate size. 11 lines on each plate and a short legend on the seal.

Object URI
OB00070
Inscription URI
IN00077

Basic Metadata

Extent
~19 cm width x ~12 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
northern class
Reigning Monarch
Hastin
Date (min)
474
Date (max)
475
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 156 kārttika śukla 3, mahāvaiśākha saṃvatsara (era: Gupta). Basis of dating: intrinsic.
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Bibliography description
First mentioned in #Thomas_1850:12n4. Noticed (by Thomas), with translation (combined with %IN00078) by H. H. Wilson, in #Prinsep_1858:251-252. First edited in #Hall_1861a. Hall's translation reprinted in #ASIR_09:11 (No. 1), with eye copy of the passage containing the date (plate IV/1). Re-edited in #Fleet_1888. Summarised in #Trivedi_2001:42-43 (No. 1).
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<pb n="2recto" /><lb n="12" />pūrvva-bh<sic>u</sic>ktā m<sic>ā</sic>ryyādāḥ<supplied reason="omitted">||</supplied> sa<sic>ṃn</sic>dhyāputtra-pramukhānāṃ sodraṅgaḥ soparikaraḥ <lb n="13" />a-cāṭa-bhaṭa-prāveśyaḥ cora-varjjaM<supplied reason="omitted">||</supplied>
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<p>tad asmat-kulotthaiḥ mat-pāda-piṇḍopajī<lb break="no" n="14" />vibhir vvā kālāntareṣv api na vyāghātaḥ kāryaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> evam <choice><sic>ājñāpta</sic><corr>ājñapte</corr></choice> yo nyathā ku<lb break="no" n="15" />ryāt tam ahaṃ dehāntara-gato pi mahatāvaddhyānena <choice><sic>nirddahed</sic><corr>nirddaheyam</corr></choice><supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> uktaṃ ca bhagavatā pa<lb break="no" n="16" />ramarṣiṇā veda-vyāsena|
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<l>pūrvva-dattāṃ dvijātibhyo</l><l>yatnād rakṣ<surplus>y</surplus>a yudhiṣṭhira<surplus>ḥ</surplus></l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l><lb n="17" />mah<sic>i</sic>ṃ mahimatāṃ śreṣṭha</l><l>dānāc chreyo nupālana<sic>ṃm</sic></l>
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<l>bahubhir vvasudhā bhuktā</l><l>rā<lb break="no" n="18" />jabhiḥ sagarādibhiḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>yasya yasya yadā bhūmis</l><l>tasya tasya tadā phalaṃ</l>
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<l><lb n="19" />ṣaṣṭiṃ <sic>b</sic>arṣa-sahasrāṇi</l><l>svargge modati bhūmidaḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>ācchettā cānuma<lb break="no" n="20" />ntā ca</l><l>tāny eva narake vased iti||</l>
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<p>likhitañ ca vakkrāmātya-<lb n="21" /><supplied reason="lost">pra</supplied>naptrā bhogikāmātya-naradatta-naptrā bhogika-ravidatta-puttr<supplied reason="lost">eṇa</supplied> sūryya<lb break="no" n="22" />datteneti<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> dūtako bhāgrahaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">||</supplied>
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