The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Thalner Charter of Harisena

Object Reference
Object URI
OB00180
Inscription URI
IN00193

Basic Metadata

Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
southern class; instead of box-heads the characters have rounded knobs which are scooped out hollow
Date (min)
463
Date (max)
483
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 3 varṣā pakṣa 4, day 12 (era: regnal, Hariṣeṇa II). Basis of dating: approximate reign of Hariṣeṇa. #Mirashi_1982:80 believes this may be the latest known season date from south India.
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<lb n="1" />svasti<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> vākāṭakānām ādi-dharmma-mahārā
<lb break="no" n="2" />ja-śr<choice><sic>i</sic><corr>ī</corr></choice>-vi<supplied reason="omitted">n</supplied>dhyaśakteḥ <choice><sic>syā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>gniṣṭomāptoryyāma-vājapey<choice><sic>ā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>-
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gomika-rājñānujñā
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<lb n="14" />bhaṭṭikāpadraṃ jātikkheṭakāt pūrvveṇa vaṭālikā
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Bibliography description
First edited by D. R. Bhat in the (Marathi?) journal Saṃśodhaka (vol. 47 no. 1-2, 1980), published by the Rājavāḍe Saṃśodhana Maṇḍal. Re-edited by Mirashi in Saṃśodhana Muktāvalī (Pt. 10, 1981, pp44-57; this is probably a publication of the Vidarbha Samshodhan Mandal) and in #Mirashi_1982:78-87. Edition (#Mirashi_1982:78-87 revised according to #Shastri_1984) reprinted in #Shrimali_1987:82-83. Discussed in #Shastri_1984, #Shastri_1987:65-68 and #Shastri_1997:111-113.
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<p>Acquired by a copper merchant of Dhuḷe, probably in the 1970s, from a resident of Thāḷner (21.25786,74.955597). The circumstances of discovery are not known. Mirashi (or rather, Bhat) identifies several localities mentioned in the grant in Dhuḷe district and believes the plates were engraved in and issued from Thāḷner, ancient Sthālakanagara.</p>
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<lb n="margin.1" /><ab>siddhaM</ab>
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<lb n="1" />svasti<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> vākāṭakānām ādi-dharmma-mahārā
<lb break="no" n="2" />ja-śr<choice><sic>i</sic><corr>ī</corr></choice>-vi<supplied reason="omitted">n</supplied>dhyaśakteḥ <choice><sic>syā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>gniṣṭomāptoryyāma-vājapey<choice><sic>ā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>-
<lb n="3" />jyotiṣtoma-bārhaspatya-vacanādya-kratu-varāśva-
<lb n="4" /><space quantity="1" type="hole" unit="character" /> <unclear>me</unclear>dha-yājina<supplied reason="omitted">ḥ</supplied> s<choice><sic>ā</sic><corr>a</corr></choice>mrāṬ viṣṇuvṛddha-dharmma-ma
<lb break="no" n="5" />hārāja-śrī-hārītī-putrasya <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> dharmma-mahārāja-śrī-
<lb n="6" />pravarasenasya <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> tat-putra-pautra-prapautrasya mahā
<lb break="no" n="7" />rāja-śrī-sarvvasena-pautrasya <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> mahārāja-śrī-deva
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<lb break="no" n="8" /><unclear>sena</unclear>-putrasya <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> vākāṭakānā<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> mahārāja-śr<choice><sic>i</sic><corr>ī</corr></choice>-
<lb n="9" />hariṣeṇasya vacanāT<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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gomika-rājñānujñā
<lb break="no" n="10" />taṃ <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> brāhmaṇānāṃ <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> padañcala-sagotrāṇāM
<lb n="11" /><space quantity="1" type="hole" unit="character" /><surplus>c</surplus>chandoga-sabrahmacāriṇāṃ yeṣā<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> nāmāni
<lb n="12" />devasvāmī gaṅgasvāmī varahasvāmī bh<surplus>bh</surplus>aṭṭāra
<lb break="no" n="13" /><unclear>svāmī</unclear> kh<unclear>udra</unclear>svāmī dharasv<choice><sic>a</sic><corr>ā</corr></choice>mīty evam-ādīnāM
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<lb n="14" />bhaṭṭikāpadraṃ jātikkheṭakāt pūrvveṇa vaṭālikā
<lb break="no" n="15" />yā <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> apareṇa mayasinyā dakṣiṇa-taṭe <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> vaṃśivā
<lb break="no" n="16" />ha<unclear cert="low">ṭā</unclear>yāṃ kumāradāsavāṭakaḥ <surplus>c</surplus>chavvilānakāT
<lb n="17" /><space quantity="1" type="hole" unit="character" />pūrvveṇa bodrakānakād apareṇa ānarttapura-bhu
<lb break="no" n="18" />kt<unclear>au</unclear> kaṃsakāraka-grāme vi<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied>śati arddha-viṃśati <sic>Uchace</sic>
<lb n="19" />ti suvarṇṇakāra-grāme arddha-vi<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied>śati <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> govacchetaṭi-
<lb n="20" />grāme arddhaṃvi<supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied>śati<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> eta<unclear>d da</unclear>ttaṃ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> uktañ ca manunāpi<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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<lb n="21" />ṣaṣṭi-varṣa-sahasrāṇi</l><l>svargge modati bhūmi-daḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l><lb n="22" />ācchettā cānumantā ca</l><l>tāny eva narake vaseT||</l>
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<l><lb n="23" />bahubhir vvasudhā bhuktā</l><l>rājabhis sagarādibhiḥ</l>
</lg><lg n="cd" type="halfverse"><l>yasya <lb n="24" /><space quantity="1" type="hole" unit="character" />yasya yadā bhūmis</l><l>tasya tasya tadā phala<supplied reason="omitted">M</supplied></l>
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saṃva-
<lb break="no" n="25" /><unclear>tsare</unclear> t<choice><sic>ri</sic><corr>ṛ</corr></choice>t<choice><sic>i</sic><corr>ī</corr></choice>ye varṣā-pakṣe caturtthe divase dvāda
<lb break="no" n="26" /><unclear>śe</unclear> nibaddhaM<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied> <space quantity="1" unit="character" /> dūtaka<supplied reason="omitted">ḥ</supplied> s<unclear>v</unclear>āmiladevaḥ<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
<lb n="27" /><unclear>likhita</unclear><supplied reason="omitted">ṃ</supplied> b<unclear>o</unclear>ppadevena<supplied reason="omitted">|</supplied>
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