Vakataka - Gupta Age Circa 200-550 A.D.
Ramesh Chandra Majumdar, Anant Sadashiv Altekar
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1967 - India - 515 pages
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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AppendixNote on the Chronology
The Position of the King
Other Members of the Royal Family
Powers of the King
The Machinery and Departments of the Central Government
The Coinage of the Western Kshatrapas
The Coinage of the Republics
The Coins of Virasena and Achyuta
The Naga Coinage
No Vakataka Coinage
The Nonofficial District Council
The Coinage of the Hunas
Coinage in South India
Relative values of different coins
3rd century a.d. 4th century a.d. administration Ajanta Allahabad ancient belonged Bengal Brahmanas brother Buddha Buddhist capital cave Central Ceylon Chandra-gupta CHAPTER Chinese coinage coins contemporary culture Deccan defeated described district doubt dynasty early eastern evidence feudatory fifth century a.d. grant Gupta emperor Gupta empire Gupta period Hindu Hunas Ikshvakus imperial inscription issued Kadamba Kalidasa Kaliriga Kanishka III Kidara king kingdom known Kosala Kumara-gupta Kushana large number Later Guptas legend Maghas Mahakshatrapa Maharaja Malava Malwa Mathura Maukharis mentioned Mihirakula monasteries Naga northern Pallava pillar plates political popular Pravara-sena Prithvi-shena probably province Punjab Puranas records referred reign religion royal Rudra-sena rulers ruling Saka Salankayana Samudra-gupta Sanskrit Sassanian Satavahana scholars sculpture seals Siva sixth century Skanda-gupta Smritis stupa succeeded successor Tamil temple territory throne Toramana Vakataka varman Vasudeva Vedic village Vishnu Western Kshatrapas Yasodharman Yaudheyas