The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Karitalai Charter of Jayanatha, year 174

Dimensions estimated from plate size. 12 lines on the first plate, 13 on the second.

Object URI
OB00075
Inscription URI
IN00082

Basic Metadata

Extent
22.5 cm width x 16 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
northern class
Script size
0.6
Reigning Monarch
Jayanātha
Date (min)
492
Date (max)
493
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 174 āṣāḍha 14 (era: Gupta). Basis of dating: intrinsic.
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Bibliography description
First noticed and translated in #ASIR_09:12-13 (No. 3), with eye copy of the passages containing the date (plate IV/5). First edited (from the original) in #Fleet_1888. Also described in #Hiralal_1916:21-22. Summarised in #Trivedi_2001:48-49 (No. 1).
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<l>ṣaṣṭi-varṣa-sahasrā<lb break="no" n="18" /><unclear>ṇi</unclear></l><l><unclear>svargge</unclear> modati bhūmidaḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>ācchettā cānumantā ca</l><l>tāny eva narake vaseT
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<l><lb n="19" /><unclear>āspho</unclear>ṭa<choice><sic>l</sic><corr>y</corr></choice>anti pitaraḥ</l><l>pravalganti pitāmahāḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>bhūmido sma<supplied reason="omitted">t</supplied>-kule jātaḥ</l><l>sa n<sic>o</sic> <lb n="20" />ttrā<unclear>tā bhaviṣya</unclear>ti
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<l>sarvva-sasya-samṛddhān tu</l><l>yo hareta vasundharāṃ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>śva-viṣṭhāyāṃ kṛmi<lb break="no" n="21" />r bhūtvā</l><l><unclear>pitṛbhis sa</unclear>ha majjati|
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<p>sambatsara-<choice><sic>g</sic><corr>ś</corr></choice>ate catuḥ-saptate āṣāḍha-māsa<lb break="no" n="22" />sya caturddaśa<unclear>me d</unclear>ivase<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> asyāṃ divasa-pūrvvāyāṃ likhitaṃ mayā bhogika-rājyi<lb break="no" n="23" />lāmātya-naptṛ-<unclear>bhog</unclear>ika-dhruvadatta-puttra-bhogika-guñjakīrttinā<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> <choice><sic>dūtakoparika</sic><corr>dūtaka uparika</corr></choice>-<lb n="24" />dīkṣita-gṛhapati-sthapati-samrāṭ ccharvvadatta iti||</p>
<p>sambat <num value="174">100 70 4</num>āṣā<lb break="no" n="25" />ḍha <expan><abbr>di</abbr><ex>vase</ex></expan> <num value="14">10 4</num>|<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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