The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Majhgawam Charter of Hastin, year 191

Dimensions estimated from plate size. 12 lines on the first plate, 9 on the second. A small piece is broken off the top left corner of the second plate; the rest of the inscription is in an excellent state of preservation.

Object URI
OB00072
Inscription URI
IN00079

Basic Metadata

Extent
21 cm width x 14 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
northern class, nail-headed type
Script size
0.45-0.65
Reigning Monarch
Hastin
Date (min)
510
Date (max)
511
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 191 māgha kṛṣṇa 3, mahācaitra saṃvatsara (era: Gupta). Basis of dating: intrinsic.
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<pb n="1verso" /><lb n="1" />namo mahādevāya|| svasty<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> eka-navaty-uttare bda-<space quantity="2" type="hole" unit="character" />śate gupta-nṛpa-rājya-bhuktau śrīmati pravarddhamāna-
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Bibliography description
First reported in #ASIR_09:7 and translated ibid. P. 13-14 (No. 5), with eye copy of the passage containing the date (plate IV/3). First edited (from the original) in #Fleet_1888. Summarised in #Trivedi_2001:44-45 (No. 4).
Inscription Concordance
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Concordance Item Number
23
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Concordance Item Number
1291
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<lb n="2" />mahā-caittra-sa<sic>mb</sic>atsare māgha-māsa-bahula-pa<space quantity="2" type="hole" unit="character" />kṣa-tṛtīyāyām<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> asyā<unclear>ṃ</unclear> sa<sic>mb</sic>atsara-māsa-divasa-pūrvvā
<lb break="no" n="3" />yāṃ nṛpati-parivrājaka-kulotpannena mahārāja-devāḍhya-pranaptrā mahārāja-śrī-prabhaṃjana-naptrā mahā<lb break="no" n="4" />rāja-śrī-dāmodara-sutena go-sahasra-hasty-aśva-hiraṇyāneka-bhūmi-pradena guru-pitṛ-mātṛ-pūjā-<lb n="5" />tatpareṇātyanta-deva-vrāhmaṇa-bhaktenāneka-samara-śata-vijayinā sva-vaṃśāmoda-kareṇa mahā<lb break="no" n="6" />rāja-śrī-hastinā mahādevi-devasukha-vijñaptyā vālugartto nāma grāmaḥ pūrvvāghāṭa-pariccheda-ma
<lb break="no" n="7" />ryādayā sodraṅgaḥ soparikaro <supplied reason="omitted">'</supplied>c<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>ṭa-bhaṭa-prāveśyaḥ mātā-pittror ātmanaś ca puṇyābhivṛddhaye mahāde<lb break="no" n="8" />vi-devasukhāṃ ca svargga-sopāna-paṅktim āropayatā aupamanyava-sagotrebhyaś chandoga-kauthuma-<lb n="9" />sabrahmacāribhyo <choice><sic>mibhya</sic><corr>'mībhyo</corr></choice> brāhmaṇebhyaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> govindasvāmi| gomikasvāmi <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> devasvāmibhyaḥ putra-pau
<lb break="no" n="10" />trānvayopabhogyas tāmra-śāsanenāgrahāro tisṛṣṭaḥ caura-varjjaM<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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<p>tad asmat-kulotthair mmat-pāda-<lb n="11" />piṇḍopajīvibhir vvā kālāntareṣv api na vyāghātaḥ karaṇīyaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> evam <choice><sic>ājñāpte</sic><corr>ājñapte</corr></choice> yo nyathā <lb n="22" />kuryāt tam ahaṃ dehāntara-gato pi mahatāvaddhyānena nirddaheyam<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> uktaṃ ca bhagavatā parama<pb break="no" n="2recto" /><lb break="no" n="13" /><supplied reason="lost">r</supplied>ṣ<supplied reason="lost">i</supplied>ṇā veda-vyāsena vyāsena||
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<l>pūrvva-dattāṃ dvijātibhyo</l><l>yatnād rakṣa yudhiṣṭhira</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>mahī<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> <lb n="14" />mahimatāṃ śreṣṭha</l><l>dānāc chreyo nupālanaṃ|</l>
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<l>vahubhir vvasudhā bhuktā</l><l>rājabhiḥ sagarādibhiḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>ya<lb break="no" n="15" />sya yasya yadā bhūmis</l><l>tasya tasya tadā phalaṃ
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<l>ṣaṣṭiṃ varṣa-sahasr<unclear>ā</unclear>ṇi</l><l>svargge modati bhūmidaḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l><lb n="16" />ākṣeptā cānumantā ca</l><l>tāny eva narake vaseT
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<l>sva-dattāṃ para-dattām <sic>b</sic>ā</l><l>yo hareta vasundharāM</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l><lb n="17" />sa viṣṭhāyāṃ <sic>kkri</sic>mir bhūtvā</l><l>pitṛbhiḥ saha majjate
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<l>apānīyeṣv araṇyeṣu</l><l>śuṣka-koṭara-vāsinaḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l><lb n="18" />kṛṣnāhayo bhijāyante</l><l>pūrvva-dāyaṃ haranti ye||</l>
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<p>likhitañ ca vakkrāmātya-pranaptṛ-naptrā
<lb n="19" />bhogika-naradatta-pranaptrā ravidatta-naptrā sūryadatta-puttreṇa mahā- sāndhiviggrahika-<lb n="20" />vibhudatteneti<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> mahāvalādhikṛta-nāgasi<sic>ṅ</sic>ho dūtakaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">||</supplied>
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<p>sambat <num value="191">100 90 1</num><lb n="21" />māgha <expan><abbr>di</abbr><ex>vase</ex></expan> <num value="3">3</num><supplied reason="omitted">||</supplied>
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