The present temple of Hari is said to have been built some 500 years after the destruction of the ancient temple of Binduvasin1 by the action of a river ( RiipanArayana ). Wavadvipa: The present railway station of NavadvIpaghit is 8 miles from the town of Kppanagar in _district of Nadia. [...] To the west of this place on the other side of the Ganges stands the town of Navadvipa whioh is a saored place ofAnnals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute the Vaisnavas. [...] R. I.1.86 Annals of the Bhandarear Oriental Research Institute plaques on the walls of the monastery contain the tales of the Pancatantra' and the Hitopadeia. [...] The name Vikrampura is geriirally applied to the tract of country bounded by the Dhalavari on the north the Idilpur pargap4 on the south the Meghna on the east and the Padma on the west. [...] Itaniapnla the birth place of Silabhadra the principal of the famous Buddhist University of Nalanda was the eastern headquarters of the Hindu kings of Bengal for sometime.
|Frontmatter||i-iii||K.N Dikshit, R.N Dandekar|
|Ancient Historic Sites of Bengal||177-191||B.C. Law|
|An Unnoticed Aspect Of Gaudapadaߣs Mandukya Karikas||192-200||P.T. Raju|
|Notes on a few Words||201-215||Bimalacharan Deb|
|Studies in the History of Hindu Festivals—some Notes on the History of Divali Festivalߞ(between C.A.D. 50 and 1945)||216-262||P.K Gode|
|Juridical Studies in Ancient Indian Law 10. Different Types of Deposits||263-282||Ludwik Sternbach|
|III Mahabharata Notes||283-297||V.S. Agrawala|