Malwa Through The Ages
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., Dec 31, 1972 - 581 pages
The present book offers an exhaustive treatment of the political, social, economical and cultural history of Malwa from the earliest times to 1305 A.D. Herein for the very first time the author has arrenged systematically and discussed and relevant historical material in the form of archaeological antiquities, inscriptions, coins and literature.
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Coins 27 Monuments
According administration Ancient appears architecture Avanti became belonged Bhoja Brahmanas Buddhist built called capital carved caves century A.D. Chalcolithic Chambal Chandragupta chief clear coins consists copper culture dated defeated described discovered District dynasty early Eastern Eran evidence excavations existence feet ﬁgure ﬁrst followed four give grant Gupta hands head History Ibid important India industry inscription issued Jaina king kingdom known later literary lived Malava Malwa Mandsor mentioned Naga Narmada originally ornaments painted Paramara period pillars Plate Pleistocene pottery probably proves records refers regarded region reign relations remains river ruled ruler Saka Sanchi scholars sculptures seems shows side Siva Skandagupta stone suggested symbol temple territory tion tradition Ujjain Ujjayini valley village Vishnu Ware Western worship Yasovarman