The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Wadgaon Charter of Pravarasena II

Object URI
OB00156
Inscription URI
IN00169

Basic Metadata

Extent
16 cm width x 8.5 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
southern box-headed
Script size
0.6-1
Date (min)
425
Date (max)
450
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 25 jyeṣṭha śukla 10 (era: regnal, Pravarasena II of Nandivardhana). Basis of dating: approximate reign of Pravarasena II of the Pravarapura/Nandivardhana branch.
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<p>Discovered for scholarship in 1942, in the possession of a villager in Waḍgaon whose grandson saw another set of Vākāṭaka plates in Nagpur museum and brought these in for decipherment. Waḍgaon is in the Warorā tehsil of Cāndā district, Maharashtra, probably at 20.593436, 78.962857. There are at least two more settlements of the same name in the vicinity, but this one seems to be an independent hamlet, while the other two are presently districts or suburbs of larger towns (Chandrapur and Yavatmal). Chakravarti_1946:49 says the plates were probably discovered at the village of Cicolī, but he also says the grandson was living in Cicolī in Wardha district in the 1940s, had lived in Waḍgāon earlier, and the plates had been in his family "for some generations," so his information seems conflicting; furthermore, there seems to be no village named Chicholi in the area. Mirashi identifies several toponyms mentioned in the charter in the immediate vicinity of modern Ciñcmaṇḍal (20.249763, 78.812875) which may be the same as Chakravarti's Cicolī.</p>
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First reported and edited in #Chakravarti_1946 and (simultaneously and independently) in #Mirashi_1947-48, re-edited in #Mirashi_1963. Discussed in #Shastri_1997:29-30.
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<lb break="no" n="19" />ścim<choice><sic>e</sic><corr>a</corr></choice><choice><sic>n</sic><corr>t</corr></choice>aḥ kokilāra<choice><sic>ś</sic><corr>s</corr></choice>ya uttarataḥ velu<choice><unclear>su</unclear><unclear>A</unclear></choice>kan nāma grāmaḥ <choice><sic>atrasmā</sic><corr>etasmād</corr></choice>
<lb n="20" />rājamānena<surplus>ḥ</surplus> bhūm<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>e</corr></choice><supplied reason="omitted">r</supplied> nnivarttana-śatān<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice> catvāri <num value="400">400</num> <choice><sic>vīśatīma</sic><corr>viṃśatitame</corr></choice> saṃ
<lb break="no" n="21" />vatsare <subst><del rend="corrected"><gap extent="unknown" reason="illegible" /></del><add place="overstrike">viṣuva-vācanaka</add></subst>-vāj<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>-lohity<choice><sic>ā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>-sagotrasya
<pb n="3recto" />
<lb n="22" />ekārjunaka-v<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>stavyasya dviveda-rudrā<supplied reason="omitted">r</supplied>yyāya dattāni<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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yato smat-santakāḥ
<lb n="23" />sarvvāddhy<choice><sic>i</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>kṣa-<unclear>ni</unclear>yoga-niyuktāḥ ājñā-sañcār<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>-kula-putrādhikṛtā bha<choice><sic>j</sic><corr>ṭ</corr></choice>ā<unclear>ś</unclear>-ch<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>
<lb break="no" n="24" /><unclear cert="low">tr</unclear><choice><sic><unclear>a</unclear></sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>ś ca <unclear>v</unclear>i<unclear cert="low">śruta-pū</unclear><unclear>rvva</unclear>y<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice><supplied reason="omitted">jñayā</supplied>jñāpayitavyāḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> viditam astu vaḥ yathehāsmā
<lb break="no" n="25" />bhir ātmano <space quantity="2" type="hole" unit="character" /> dharmmāy<choice><sic>ū</sic><corr>u</corr></choice>r-bbala-vijay<choice><sic>i</sic><corr>ai</corr></choice>śvaryya-vivṛddhaye ihāmutra-
<lb n="26" />h<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>tārttham ātmānugrahāya vaijayike dharmma-sthāne apūrvva-dat<supplied reason="omitted">t</supplied>yā <unclear>u</unclear>da
<lb break="no" n="27" />ka-pūrvvam at<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>sṛṣṭaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> athāsyocitā<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> pūrvva-rājānumatā<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> cātu<supplied reason="omitted">r</supplied>vvaidyā
<lb break="no" n="28" />grahāra-maryyādā<choice><sic>n</sic><corr>ṃ</corr></choice> vitarāmaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> tad yathā a-kara-dāyī a-bhaṭa-cchātra-
<pb n="3verso" />
<lb n="29" />prāveśyaḥ a-pāraṃpara-go-balīvarddaḥ a-puṣpa-kṣīra-sandohaḥ
<lb n="30" />a-cārāsana-carmmāṅgāraḥ a-lavan<choice><sic>o</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>-kl<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>nna-kkre<choice><sic>no</sic><corr>ṇi</corr></choice>-khanakaḥ sanidh<unclear>i</unclear>ḥ
<lb n="31" />sopan<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>dhiḥ sa-kḷptopakḷptaḥ sarvva-v<choice><sic>e</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>ṣṭi-parihāra-parihṛtaḥ
<lb n="32" />ācandrādi<space quantity="2" type="hole" unit="character" />ty<choice><sic>ā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>-sama-kālīyaḥ putra-pautrānu<choice><sic>t</sic><corr>g</corr></choice>ām<choice><sic>i</sic><corr>ī</corr></choice> bhujyamā
<lb break="no" n="33" />naḥ na kenacid vyāghātayitavyaḥ sarvva-kkriyābhis saṃrakṣitavyaḥ
<lb n="34" />par<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>varddhay<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>tavy<choice><sic>xx</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>ś ca<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> <choice><sic>yasmāc </sic><corr>yo smac-</corr></choice>chāsanam a<choice><sic>r</sic><corr>g</corr></choice>a<choice><sic>no</sic><corr>ṇa</corr></choice>yamānaḥ svalpām ap<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>
<lb n="35" />paribādhā<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> kuryyāt <choice><sic>kārayāta</sic><corr>kārayeta</corr></choice> v<choice><sic>aḥ</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice> tasya brāhmaṇair ved<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>tasya sa-daṇḍ<choice><sic>ā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>ṃ
<pb n="4recto" />
<lb n="36" />nigraha<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> <choice><sic>kuryyamaḥ</sic><corr>kuryyāma</corr></choice><supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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<p>
asmi<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied>ś ca dharmmāda<supplied reason="omitted">ra</supplied>-kara<choice><sic>no</sic><corr>ṇe</corr></choice> atītāneka-rāja-<supplied reason="omitted">datta-</supplied>sañci
<lb break="no" n="37" />ntana-parip<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>lana<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> k<unclear>ṛ</unclear>ta-puṇy<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>nukīrttana<supplied reason="omitted">-parihārārttha</supplied>ṃ <supplied reason="omitted">na</supplied> kīrttayāmaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> vyāsa-gīt<choice><sic>o</sic><corr>au</corr></choice> cātra
<lb n="38" />ś<choice><sic>r</sic><corr>l</corr></choice>ok<choice><sic>o</sic><corr>au</corr></choice> pramā<choice><sic>ni</sic><corr>ṇī</corr></choice>karttavyau||
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<lg met="anuṣṭubh" n="1">
<lg n="ab" type="halfverse">
<l>sva-dattā<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> para-dattāṃ vā</l><l>hared yo vai vasundharāM</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>
<lb n="39" />gavāṃ śata-sa<space quantity="2" type="hole" unit="character" />hasrasya</l><l>hantur harati duṣkṛta<supplied reason="omitted">M</supplied>||</l>
</lg></lg>
<lg met="anuṣṭubh" n="2">
<lg n="ab" type="halfverse">
<l>ṣaṣṭiṃ varṣa-saha<lb break="no" n="40" />srā<choice><sic>n</sic><corr>ṇ</corr></choice>i</l><l>svargge modati bhūmi-daḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>ācchettā cānumant<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice> ca</l><l>t<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>ny e<choice><sic>k</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>a narak<choice><sic>ā</sic><corr>e</corr></choice> <lb n="41" />vased<supplied reason="omitted">||</supplied> iti||</l>
</lg></lg>
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saṃvatsare pañca<choice><sic>vīṅśātīma</sic><corr>viṃśatitame</corr></choice> jyeṣṭha-<choice><sic>s</sic><corr>ś</corr></choice>ukla-daś<choice><sic>e</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>myā<choice><sic>ḥ</sic><corr>ṃ</corr></choice>
<lb n="42" />sen<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice><choice><sic>s</sic><corr>p</corr></choice>atau bā<subst><del rend="corrected"><unclear>h</unclear></del><add place="overstrike">p</add></subst><unclear>pa</unclear>deve<supplied reason="omitted"> māradāse</supplied>na l<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>kh<choice><sic>ī</sic><corr>i</corr></choice>taṃ<g type="ornament" /> <unclear>ñca</unclear>m astu||<g type="closer" />
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