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XII.—l4. fame as seen by men (illumed) by the rays of the moon.. .

XIII.—l5. active in the road, a poet's intellect and power proceeding. . .

XlV.—16. of Brahma. . . . of the dextrous in hundred avatars-his own arm’s mighty strength . . . . . . praised.

—— XV.—l7. arrow . . . . . . . . 18. family . . . . 19. good name. . . . . . .

—— XVI. . . . . . . 20. MAHENDBA’S worshipper. . 21. Manrmnnn's mountain.

—— XVII.—22. NILARAJA to be knownbywords. . preserver ofelephant’sarmor. . Ucsmsnnn, Dnvannsnrn. , 23. from DHANANJAYA down all southern char

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-— XX.—27. destroyer of Paacnaunn snsnna (of a terrible commander). . 28. Destroyer of a kingly family,. . . . . . . . . . 29. whose fame is spread throughout all countries, son of a god. '

-—- XXI.—30. all . . . . . . governing his own humble faith. , , _ , giver of one hundred thousand.

—-— XXII.-31. ground of battle, . . . . . . fame of kiugs,. . . . . . 32. Of nnpararelled faith, . . who by ‘the strength of his own arm conquered more

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inaugurated the most eminent of poets. _

—— XXIV.—35. sharpintellect, high understanding. . Gandharva—Tnmnsnrarr (INDRA) . . . . . . . . 36. By heavenly poetical works composed by learned men of him who was inaugurated the most eminent of Rajas . . 37. of a mag; nanimous conduct. . . . . . . _ ,

-—- XXV.-38. of him whose mind is formed by time and action only in the palace of the world . . of the great-grandson of Cnaunnneurrs, of the grandson of the great Raja Snr Ynaunxacnn, and of the son of the great Raja, the first (supreme) Raja (Adhiraja) SR1 CI-IANDRAGUPTA.

—— XXVI.—-39. of the son of the daughter of Lwn-cu'nn Vrxarn, of the family of MAHADIVYA KUMARA . . . . of the great Raja, the supreme Raja (Adhiraja) SR1 SAMUDRAGUPTA, whose fame caused by the conquest of the whole earth increased and expanded throughout the whole ground of the earth was equalling TRIDASAPATI, (INDB.A.) M

—— XXVlI.—40. going to the honse.. .. .. 41 gift by arm's strength, favor, weapons, words increase over and over, all-serving, jewel desiring fame

-—- XXVIII.—4l. PASUPATI (SIVA) purifying the three worlds. . . , ,

—— XXIX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43. Of the son skilled in peace and War young prince. . . . . . . . I

—--— XXX.——-44. the supreme king . . . . . . . . . . 45. the chief of punishment (literally the chief of staffs, perhaps police-oflicer)' by TlL.~\BHADA-N’l‘A

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Tramcript of the Allahabad irwcripticn, No. 3. in Deva-Nagari characters.

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