Vakataka - Gupta Age Circa 200-550 A.D.

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R. C. Majumdar, A. S. Altekar
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1986 - India - 515 pages
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Many text on music dance and drama continued to be written in different parts of India until the 17th century. Between the 12th and the 16th century regional styles emerged. Medieval texts have been discovered in all parts. One amongst these is the Srihastamuktavali belonging to the eastern tradition.
  

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Contents

AppendixNote on the Chronology
251
CHAPTER XIV
265
The Position of the King
268
Other Members of the Royal Family
270
Powers of the King
273
Ministry
274
The Machinery and Departments of the Central Government
275
The Feudatories
280
Taxation
291
General Review
292
CHAPTER XV
295
The Coinage of the Western Kshatrapas
296
The Coinage of the Republics
298
The Coins of Virasena and Achyuta
299
The Naga Coinage
300
No Vakataka Coinage
301

Kumaramatyas
281
Provincial Administration
283
The Nonofficial District Council
285
District Administration
286
Popular Courts
288
The Coinage of the Hunas
305
Coinage in South India
306
Relative values of different coins
307
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