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Ind. Off. 2928.
259, expd., Kārtt. 1138, Oct. Camb., Add. 1643.
254 expd., Phālg.
261 Pauşa 267 Māgha
Inscription' Journey,' p. 81. Cat. p. 62
Paris, Burn. 104 V1, foll. 24-25a
Camb. Or. 130
Camb. Add. 2833
MS. seen at Bhat-
Camb. Add. 2190|
1165, Feb. March.
1165, July | Camb. Add. 1693
1 The date reads 186 maghakṛṣṇa divā daśamya buddha [sic] dine. I suggested to Dr. Kielhorn (and he agrees), that divadang probably
stands for dvādaśamyām tithau which gives 186 as an expired year (the usual solution for this era.) If however we interpret the date
as meaning “on the tenth day," we have to take the rare solution (I. Ant. XVII. 252) of a current year, with the result (as Dr. Kiel-
horn informs me) Wednesday, 2nd February, 1065.
& Son of Sankaradeva, born Samvat 177, Aṣāḍha. V foll. 30b-31a.
8 No doubt identical with Mahendradeva the yuvaraj (5) in Sivadeva's reign after whom the tank Mahendrasaras
was named. Vlfol. 24b. See plate, fig. 4. The same Mahendra's birth is recorded in V2 as happening is sam, 199 (fol. 31a, where
Sihadevaparamesvarasya putra is apparently an error for Sivad°) See Plate, fig. 9. 1. 3.
4 Son of a Sihadeva' (possibly here Narasimha or Narendra) born in 219 Vaisakha. V2 f. 3lb.
According to Va (f. 31b), born in 233, Aśvina and likewise a son of "Sihadeva.'
367,current,Magha. 1246 Jan.
Cat., p. 76
Br. Museum, Or. Not men-
2279 (No. 550 tioned.
in my Cat.)
1196, July Br. Museum Or.
3345 (No. 542
Cat. p., 113
Cat. p., 83.
Cat. p. 96
B.M. Or. 2208
(No. 512 in my
Kāṭhm. No. 214
Cat. p. 69
B.M. Or. 2203 (myCat.No. 536)
Reading confirmed by my notes in the
Library. 'Sunday, 27th May, 1201 (H.J.)
(about 1201-Thursday, 14th Jan., 1216,' Kielhorn in
I.A. xvii, 249.
Not named Perhaps a rāja of another part of Nepal.
( Date (without month) noted by me in
1884. The Pandit apparently did not
see this MS., a copy of the Bhāratīya.
nāṭyaśāstra. Compare Sylvain Lévi
"Rapport," p. 16.
Date somewhat indistinctly written.
Vl, fol. 26a
1255, June 1257
2, 8 mo.
Coll. of Bhag-
380, expd. Caitra 1260 April... Tracing from 13, 3 mo.
MS. 1320D. at
Cat. p. 46 ()
MS. (Pañca-rakṣā) not described by
Pandit. Full date from my notes:
367 Phalguna Sukla ekadaśī ādityav.
Sunday, 17th Feb., 1247. (H.J.)
See J.R.A.S., 9191, p. 688. A copied date
and doubtless copied wrong; for Dr.
Jacobi reports that the week-day works
out wrong and nakṣatra impossible.
Monday, June 7th, 1255(K), when
Punarvasu was the Nakṣatra; see the
article, p. 8, note, 4.
See the same note.
Wednesday, April 2nd, 1260' (Sewell);
see p. 9, note 1.
In the Cat. we must read, as my tracing
shows, Ananta for Ananda; but Dr.
Kielhorn reports that the date does
not work out correctly.
1 Though no MSS. of this reign are extant, Someśvara is duly recorded by Kirkpatrick (reign 6 years 3 months) and in V2
(fol. 32a), where we learn that he was the son of Mahendra and born in 240 Phalguna sudi 13, Māghanakṣatra. If the following phrase
CIST VO FL means that he reigned and died in (240 +53) 293, it will not fit well with the ascertained date of Amṛtadeva.
2 According to V3, fol. 32b, Arimalla, son of Jayasi [sic], Malladeva, was born 274, reigned 15 years (according to V1 25 years 10
months; but this does not suit with the other dates) and lived 62 years 10 months. This puts his death towards the end of 336, which
our last date from MSS. will just allow.
3 Born_366, son of Rājadeva. He was apparently childless. For at 266 (Plate: fig. 7. 1. 1) we read that in his reign the
Yuvaraj (the usual form in the Chronicle) Jayadityadeva imprisoned his uterine brother, Jayanandadeva.
Jayaditya, according to V8 (35b), was the son of Jayabhima, and was born 358. Probably there is something wrong in this last
statement. For it seems unlikely that Anantamalla should not only have superseded an older heir-apparent, but also have allowed him
to live on as heir-apparent to himself. Moreover, in V3 (366) we find mention of Jayabhima as rāja in 378 and Jayasimhamalladeva
(who seems to have actually succeeded him, according to V1 26a) as yuvarāj. This seems very strange if Jayaditya was alive all the
time. The statement of Wright may be correct in so far as it implies a divided kingdom in Ananta's time.
1 Jayarudra was the son of Jayatungamalla. Jayari is called svakuṭumba, a vague phrase for 'kinsman' perhaps. The full date
of his death (or of the suttee of his wives-the punctuation would allow of either interpretation) is 446, Asāḍha pūrṇamī, V8 at 46b
gives the same date, for the death (perhaps time up to which he remained in the world,' a common expression in the
chronicle), not mentioning the suttee; but it makes two suspicious additions: (1) The addition of 'prathama' to the month, though
Asadha was not intercalated; (2), the impossible allowance of 30 years 8 months to the king's reign.
2 Born 437, Phālguna kṛṣṇa dasami dhaneṣṭa [sic], bṛhaspati vara; son of Jayānandadeva by a sangrahaṇī bhāryā (V3, 45b). The
tracing referred to in the last column was kindly sent me by Mahām. Haraprasad Sastri.
8 Son of Jayarajadeva and Rudramadevi, apparently (see p. 11, note) born in 467, Vaiś sudi 7. (Vl, f. 286; Plate fig. 8.) According
to V3 (60b) he died in 502, Magha badi 5. This may well be correct; for the date 504 given doubtfully in my Cambridge Cat., p. 119,
is much too uncertain to form a contrary argument. On re-examination I find the middle word looks more like cihna (not known as a
numeral word) than bindu. On the other hand, vîşuya – 5 is certain; so that Jayārjuna was alive in 500 or A.D. 1379-80.