The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Betul Charter of Samksobha, year 199

Dimensions estimated from plate size. 14 lines on the first plate, 15 on the second. Well preserved except for a hole around the middle of the last line of the second plate.

Object URI
OB00082
Inscription URI
IN00090

Basic Metadata

Extent
19 cm width x 14 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
northern class
Script size
0.4-1.2
Reigning Monarch
Saṃkṣobha
Date (min)
517
Date (max)
518
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 199 kārttika 10, mahāmārgaśīrṣa saṃvatsara (era: Gupta). Basis of dating: intrinsic. the date is also given as Caitra 29
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Bibliography description
First noticed and translated in #HiraLal_1905-06. Also described in #Hiralal_1916:75. Summarised in #Trivedi_2001:46 (No. 6).
Inscription Concordance
Concordance Item
Concordance Item Number
1292
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<l>pūrvva-dattāṃ dvijātibhyo</l><l>yatnāT<lb n="22" />rakṣa yudhiṣṭhira
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</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>mah<sic>im</sic> mahimatāṃ śreṣṭha</l><l>dānāc chreyo nupālanaṃ</l>
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<l>bahubhiḥ <lb n="23" />vasudhā bhuktā</l><l>rājabhiḥ sagarādibhiḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>yasya yasya yadā bhūmiḥ</l><l>tasya <lb n="24" />tasya tadā phalaṃ</l>
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<l>ṣaṣṭiṃ varṣa-sahasrāṇi</l><l>svargg<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>e</corr></choice> modati bhūmidaḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>ācchettā <lb n="25" />cānumantā ca</l><l>tāny eva narake vaseT</l>
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<l>bhūmi-pradānān na paraṃ pradānaM</l>
<l><lb n="26" />dānād viśiṣṭaṃ paripālanan tu</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>sarvve tisṛṣṭāṃ paripālya bhūmiṃ</l>
<l>nṛpā <lb n="27" />nṛgādyāḥ tridivaṃ prapannā iti</l>
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<p>likh<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>tañ ca jīvita-naptrā bhujaṅga<lb break="no" n="28" />dāsa-puttreṇa vyāpāraṇay<unclear>a</unclear> īśvaradāsena<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> dūtakaḥ puna<lb break="no" n="29" />rvvasuḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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<p>sambatsara <num value="199">100 <unclear>90 9</unclear></num> mahāmārgga-varṣe kārttika <expan><abbr>di</abbr><ex>vase</ex></expan> <num value="10">10</num><supplied reason="omitted">||</supplied>
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