Two Statues of Pallava Kings and Five Pallava Inscriptions in a Roc-Temple at Mahabalipuram
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Two Statues of Pallava Kings and Five Pallava Inscriptions in a Roc-Temple at Mahabalipuram

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Item Code: NAL458
Author: Rao Bahadur H. Krishna Sastri
Publisher: Archaeological Survey of India
Language: English
Edition: 1998
Pages: 16 (13 B/W Illustrations)
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details: 10.5 inch x 8.5 inch
Weight 370 gm
Contents

Rock-cut temple of Adivaraha-Perumal at Mavalivaram and its antiquities 1
Its ancient Pallava sculptures described 2
The two groups of Pallava Royal statues 2f.
Pallava-Grantha inscriptions on them 3
Their Probable date 4
Pauranic verse on the ten Avataras of Vishnu Pallava-Grantha characters 5
Why and when Buddha was included in the ten Avataras of Vishnu 5 & 6
The pipal tree-its connection with Buddha Vishnu 5 to 7
Its connection with Alakshmi 7
A Saiva verse in Pallava- Grantha characters 7
Tamil Inscription of Nandivarman-Pallavamalla 8
Circumstances under which Pallavamalla was elected to the throne of Kanchi by its people 8f.
Kadava, Kadakka and Kathaka,-synonymous with Pallava 9f.
Text and translation of the Tamil Pallava Inscription of Nandivarman Pallavamalla 10,11
Index i to v

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