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Kings of Kashmira.
|Contributions||Jonarāja, Shrīvara, Prajyabhaṭṭa, Shuka, Dutt, Jogesh Chunder|
|LC Classifications||DS485K2 K313|
|The Physical Object|
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Jogesh Chunder Dutt, Kings of Kashmira: Being a translation of the Sanskrita work Rajataranggini (London: Trubner & Co, ) The Rajataranggini, a twelfth century book, which explains the history of Kashmir, has many important references about the Khas people. Written in Sanskrit by a Kashmiri Brahman named Pandita Kahlana, the book describes the history of Kashmir and its . Kasmira was a kingdom identified as the Kashmir Valley along the Jhelum River of the modern Jammu and Kashmir state. Possibly, the sage Kashyapa or a descendant of this sage lived here, since the name Kas is derived from the name Kashyapa like the name Caspian of the Caspian the epic ages this was one among the territories of the Naga race. The Naga are related to Kashyapa.
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Digital Rare Book: Kings of Kashmira Being the translation of the Sanskrita work RAJATARANGINI of Kalhana Pandita By Jogesh Chunder Dutt Printed by & Co., Calcutta - (In Three Volumes) The R?jatarangi?. (R?jatara?gi?. "The River of Kings") is a metrical chronicle of North west of the Indian subcontinent particularly the kings of.
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Kings Of Kashmira full free pdf books. Kings who ruled Kashmira Establishment of the kingdom of Kashmira: For six Manvantaras from Sarskalpa the world lay filled with water, bedded in the lap of the Himalaya, and on the approach of the present Vaivasvatakalpa, Kashyapa invited the gods from above, and struck the earth and caused it to be heaved above the water, and thus.
Back to Index of the Book Kings of Kashmira. Being A Translation of the Sanskrit Work. Rajatarangini of Kalhana Pandita: Vol.2 (p). By Jogesh Chunder Dutt. Here ends the second book of tho Rajatarangini by Kahlana, son of Champakapravu, the great minister of Kashmira.
There reigned six kings over a period of one hundred and ninety-two years. From the beginning there were forty-four kings. Here ends the Fourth book of Rajatarangini by Kahlana son of Champaka Pravu the great minister of Kashmira.
There were seventeen kings of the line of Karkota, who reigned over a period of two hundred and sixty years, five months, and twenty days. Altogether there were seventy kings from the beginning. [p]: Mlechchha kings were killed or imprisoned, and the king of Kashmira obtained gold and jewels.
Kings of Kashmira. book brought to his master the head of the king of Darad with crown adorned with pearls, Udayanavatsa brother of the deceased, caused magic to be. [p]: expedition to compel other kings to desist from killing animals; and carried his arms to the sea, and even to Ceylon, making the subdued kings promise not to kill animals.
* When he reached the hill of Rohana in Ceylon, his army rested under the shadows of palm trees. Vibhishana, the king of the country, met him with friendly terms with songs and loud chantings. Digital Rare Book: KINGS OF KASHMIRA Being a translation of the Sanskrita work Rajataranggini of Kalhana Pandita By Jogesh Chunder Dutt Published by Trubner & Co., London - VOLUME 2 Read Book.
[p]: the minister, the spiritual guide, the ambassador, the judge and the writer were all learned men in this reign. One day a Brahmana who used to perform the rites of Prāyopavoshana came to the king and said that he was an inhabitant of Kashmira, that he had been rich before, but through misfortune had been reduced to debts had increased and he was harassed by his creditors.
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All orders will be processed as soon as possible. Chronology of Kashmira Kings, as reported by Kota Venkatachela, obtained from Kalhanas Rajatarangini, original versions, not the so called critical edition of Stein. Where Kota Venkatachalam points out that the verses, ,1 and have been corrupted and modified.
The Inherent Genius Of Sultan Zain-Ul-Abdin ( A.D.) Prompted Him To Commission Jonaraja Pandit To Record In Sanskrit Verse The History Of Kashmir From Where Kalhana Had Left In A.D.
It Was, Perhaps, The Most Important Decision Of The Sultan.J.G. Dutt Himself Made History In A.D. When He Presented To The World The Earliest English Translation Of The First Part Of The. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Name “Kashmir” means “desiccated land” (Sanskrit: Ka = water and shimeera = desiccate).
In Rajatarangini(Riverflow of Kings), a history of Kashmir written by Kalhana around CE, it is stated that the valley of Kashmir was formerly a lake, which was drained by the great rishi or sage, Kashyapa, son of Marichi, son of Brahma, by cutting the gap in the hills at Baramulla (Varaha.
Chronology of Kashmira Kings, as reported by Kota Venkatachela, obtained from Kalhanas Rajatarangini, original versions, not the so called critical edition of Stein. Where Kota Venkatachalam points out that the verses, ,1 and have been corrupted and modified.
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Price New from Used from Author: fl Kalhana, Jonarja Jonarja, Shrvara Shrvara.Rajatarangini (Rājataraṃgiṇī, "The River of Kings") is a metrical legendary and historical chronicle of the north-western Indian subcontinent, particularly the kings of was written in Sanskrit by Kashmiri historian Kalhana in the 12th century CE.
The work consists of verses, which are divided into eight books called Tarangas ("waves").