The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Dudia Charter of Pravarasena II

Object URI
OB00154
Inscription URI
IN00167

Basic Metadata

Extent
18.5 cm width x 8.5 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
southern box-headed
Script size
0.6
Date (min)
423
Date (max)
448
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 23 varṣā, 4th pakṣa, day 10 (era: regnal, Pravarasena II of Nandivardhana). Basis of dating: approximate reign of Pravarasena II of the Pravarapura/Nandivardhana branch. The date is given (line 28) as varṣa-pakṣe caturtthe divase daśame. #Kielhorn_1894-95:260 believes the date falls in Bhādrapada śuklapakṣa.
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<p>The plates belonged to some Gonds in or before the early 1890s, when Hultzsch and Cousens (superintendent of the Archaeological Survey of Western India) made their inked impressions. According to #Kielhorn_1894-95, they reported that the owners belonged to the village of Dūdiā in Aser pargana of Chhindwara district. #Smith_1914:320 could not locate Dudia, nor Aser. The closest match on Google Maps in 2016 is a village named Dudha (21.541138, 78.495435) about 70 km to the southwest of modern Chhindwara town in Madhya Pradesh; several villages named Dudia (with varying spelling) exist, but all of them are much farther from Chhindwara.</p>
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<p>A set of four plates, the first inscribed only on the inner side, the last entirely blank (serving only to protect the reverse of plate 3); the others on both faces. Their surface is flat, without raised rims. The hole (1.1 cm in diameter) for the connecting ring is on the left-hand side, vertically at the centre, and horizontally 3.2 cm from the edge. The plates were linked by a ring, on which the seal was also hung by a copper band attached to the back of the seal. At the time they were studied, the rivet holding together the ends of the ring and the rivet attaching the seal to the band were lost, and all the elements were loose.</p>
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<lb n="27" />pramāṇī-karttavyaḥ|
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saṃv<surplus>v</surplus>atsare <choice><sic>trayovitśatime</sic><corr>trayoviṃśatitame</corr></choice> varṣā-pakṣe caturtthe divase daśame senāpatau<surplus>|</surplus>
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First reported and edited in #Kielhorn_1894-94, re-edited in #Mirashi_1963. Discussed in #Shastri_1997:25-27.
Inscription Concordance
Concordance Item
Concordance Item Number
1707
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Concordance Item Number
10
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viditam astu va<supplied reason="omitted">ḥ</supplied> yathehāsmābhi
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<lb break="no" n="23" />mān<choice><sic>e</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>ḥ <space quantity="3" type="hole" unit="character" /> sval<choice><sic>ṣ</sic><corr>p</corr></choice>ām api paribādhā<choice><sic>kuṃ</sic><corr>ṃ ku</corr></choice>ryyāt <choice><sic>kārayita</sic><corr>kārayeta</corr></choice> vā tasya brāhmaṇair vveditasya sa-daṇḍa-
<lb n="24" />nigrahaṅ kuryyāma<surplus>ḥ</surplus><supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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asm<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice><supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied>ś ca dharmmādara-karaṇe atītāneka-rāja-datt<choice><sic>āṃ</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>-sañcintana-paripālana<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied>
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<lb n="27" />pramāṇī-karttavyaḥ|
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saṃv<surplus>v</surplus>atsare <choice><sic>trayovitśatime</sic><corr>trayoviṃśatitame</corr></choice> varṣā-pakṣe caturtthe divase daśame senāpatau<surplus>|</surplus>
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