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Copper plate inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh Government Museum.

Copper plate inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, Hyderabad

by Andhra Pradesh Government Museum.

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Published by Govt. of Andhra Pradesh in Hyderabad .
Written in

    Places:
  • Andhra Pradesh (India),
  • India,
  • Andhra Pradesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Engraving -- India -- Andhra Pradesh,
    • Andhra Pradesh (India) -- History -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical footnotes.

      Statementby N. Ramesan.
      SeriesAndhra Pradesh Government archaeological series,, no. 6
      ContributionsRamesan, N.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.A55 A3 no. 6, etc.
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4836M
      LC Control Numbersa 65009293
      OCLC/WorldCa4888153

      About this Item: Hyderabad The Government of Andhra Pradesh, First edition 4to, , , [43], 31 plates. Andhra Pradesh Government Museum Series, No. 6. A very good copy internally, original cloth-backed wrappers, spine frayed. The AP State Museum in Hyderabad is the oldest and one of the finest museums in the state of Andhra Pradesh. With the objective of preserving the rich cultural heritage of the state of Andhra Pradesh, the erstwhile ruler of the state Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan created the Department of .

        Thanjavur art plate on display at museum. a wall plaque made with a combination of copper and silver embedded in brass on display at the Government Museum. The plate. At a distance of km from Vijayawada Railway Station, 30 km from Guntur and km from Hyderabad, The Undavalli Caves, a monolithic example of Indian rock-cut architecture, are located in Undavalli Village of Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh. The Undavalli Caves are ancient cave temples believed to be built between 4th and 5th centuries by Gupta dynasty.

      A museum called the Bhagavan Mahavir Government Museum is located in the city of Kadapa, a district headquarters of YSR Kadapa district. Exhibits of the Museums of Andhra Pradesh The museums of Andhra Pradesh serve as homes to a variety of objects of great antiquity. Andhra Pradesh is a state in India. Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) is a state government agency which promotes tourism in Andhra Pradesh, describing the state as the Koh-i-Noor of India. Andhra Pradesh has a variety of tourist attractions including beaches, hills, caves, wildlife, forests and temples.


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Copper plate inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, Hyderabad by Andhra Pradesh Government Museum. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Copper plate inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, Hyderabad. Hyderabad, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, (OCoLC) Online version: Andhra Pradesh Government Museum.

Copper plate inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, Hyderabad. Hyderabad, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, (OCoLC) Material Type. Abdul Waheed Khan afā Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Government Anumakonda Apastamba Beta Bhima century A.D.

Chālukya Chālukya king Chöda Chola Coins copper plate inscriptions district early Telugu Edited by Sri epigraph Epigraphia Andhrica Eruva Ganga genealogy gift gotra Gundama Hyderabad Ibid imprecatory verses Inscriptions of Andhra Jagaddeva JAHRS Kākatiya Kāmārnava Kannada Kazipet Khandavalli Plates.

Anantavarma ChOdaganga Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Government Anumakonda Apastamba Beta Bhlma BSna century A.D. Chalukya chief ChOda ChOja ChOla Coins copper plate inscriptions corresponding dated Saka district EARLY KAKATlYAS early Telugu Ejuva epigraph Epigraphia Andhrica father gachchha Ganga gift gotra Gunarnava Gunda Gundama Hyderabad Ibid Ikshvaku imprecatory verses inscriptions.

Copper plate inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, Hyderabad Vol. I, / by N. Ramesan. The Government Museum in Chennai holds a very important collection of early inscriptions of Āndhradeśa, notably several of the early copper-plate charters.

Its director, Dr. Jagannathan, kindly allowed us to document and photograph several inscriptions during our visit in January Gangoly Gangoly, O.C., Andhra sculptures, Archaeological Series, 36, Hyderabad: Govt.

of Andhra Pradesh, Gaur Gaur, Albertine, Indian charters on copper plates in the Department of Oriental Manuscripts and Printed Books, London: published for the British Library by British Museum Publications, Indian Copper-Plate Grants: Inscriptions or Documents?: Pātagaṇḍigūḍem plates, verso of plate 1, undivided Andhra Pradesh, South India, third century.

Telangana State Museum, Hyderabad Author: Emmanuel Francis. Select Epigraphs of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, Select Stone Inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh ed. by Govt, of AP, Hyderabad, South Indian Inscriptions Vols.

XI, XV, XVIII and XX from the Bombay Karnataka Series and Vol. X Telugu Inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh, Archaeological Survey of India. The Kannada Inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh, (ed.

by. I thought it better to bring out a separate book on “Handicrafts of Andhra Pradesh." This book is meant to serve as a general guide to Andhra Pradesh Handicrafts and the author shall be happy if it contributes to the revival of interest.

Rao. Hyderabad - 1st March Andhra Pradesh Government Archaeological Series, Hyderabad. Andhra Pradesh Government Report on Epigraphy for and (Epigraphy Series), Hyderabad.

Butterworth, A., and Venugopal Chetty, Inscriptions of Nellore District, III - Vols., Madras, Copper Plate Inscriptions of Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, Vol. 1, Hyderabad, Corpus of Inscriptions in the Telangana Districts of H.E.H.

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