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Further Notes on the Use of the Swallow-worts in
On a Muhammadan Folk-Tale of the Hero and the
On the Use of the Swallow-worts in the Ritual, Sorcery
13. Panday, H., B. A.—
Dates of Skanda-Gupta and his Successors...
The Bodh Gaya Inscription of Prakhyatakirtti
The Janibigha Inscription
14. Rath, Tarini Charan, B. A.
King Pratapa Rudra Deva of Orissa and his Sarasvati
15. Ray, Prof. Jogesh Chandra, M. A., Rai Bahadur
Sugar Industry in Ancient India
16. Ray, Sarat Chandra, M, A., B. L.—
Birth, Childhood and Puberty Ceremonies among the
Buddhism and Vedantism: A Parallel
Sites in Rajgir Associated with Buddha and His
19. Shastri, Mahamahopadhyaya, H. P., M.A., C.I.E.-
Grant of Ranastambhadeva
Khandadeuli Inscriptions of Ranabhanja Deva
A Note on the "Cheta Dynasty" of the Hathigumpha
References to Education in the Jātakas
21. Sinha, P. N., M.A., Rai Bahadur—
The word Kíkața in the Rigveda in Reference to South
22. Walsh, The Honble Mr. E. H. C., C.S.I., I.C.S.
ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF ARTICLES,
1. Annual Address, by E. H. C. Walsh, C.S.I., I.CS....
5. Daud Khan Quaraishi, Governor of Pihar and Founder
of the Town of Dandnagar, by Khan Bahadur Saiyid
7. Gazetteer Literature in Sanskrit, by Mahāma hopādhyāya
Hara Prasad Shastri, M.A., Č.I.E.
8 Ghulam Ali Rasik, by Khan Bahadur Saiyid Zamır-
9. Hathigampha Inscription revised from the Rock, by
11. Importance of the Janibigha Inscription of the year 83
12. Khandadenli Inscriptions of Ranabhanja Deva, by Maha-
mahopadhyāya Hara Prasad Shastri, M. A., C.I.E.
13. Note on an Inscribed Copper Axe-head, by His Honour
14. On the Use of the Swallow-wor's in the Ritual, Sorcery
and Leechcraft of Hindus and the Pre-Islamitic Arabs,
19. Some Froblems in Gupta Chronology, by Panna
23. The Brihadratha Chronology (Circ. 1727-727 B. C.),
24 The Head-Dress of Banjara Women, by W. Crooke,
25. The Janibigha Inscription, by H. Panday, B. A.
25. The Marriage Customs of the Birbors, by Sarat
27. The Religion of the Birhors, by S. C. Roy, M. A. ...
Former kings in Asoka's Inscriptions, by K. P.
Jayaswal, MA. (Oxon.)
30. Tekkali Inscriptions of Madhyamaraja, the son of
Petavyalloparaja, by Mahamahopadhyaya
1. A Note on the "Cheta Dynasty' of the Hathi-
gumpha Inscription, by J. N. Sikdar, M.A.
2. A Note on the Hathi-gampha Inscription (Elephant-
4. Further Note on the use of the Swallow-worts
Ritual of the Hindus, by Sarat Chandra Mitra,
6. Note on Five Sculptured Stones discovered in a ruined
temple near Surajkund Springs in the district of
7. On a Muhammadan Folk-Tale of the Hero and the Deity
9. The Naik Caste, by Prameshwar Lal, M. A.