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Journal of the Andhra Historical Research Society (Silver Jubilee Number) July 1947 to April 1948

1951

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dramas of A. vaghosha written. D. in e Brahrni of the TIdotuavar9a written in the script of the 3rd century A. D. another manuscript of the hook Kalpana-manditika by Kurnarlata written in the script of the 4th century A. D. the famoos Bower manuscript comprising several Indian medical texts belonging to the 4th or 5th century A D. are the most important of the finds from Central Asa which pr [...] The beautiful statues of the Gupta period appear to be the prototypes of the statues of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas in the Tien-Lung Shan caves"'UDDHIST INDIA AND THE REST OF THE WORLD. [...] From Salihundam in the Vizagapatam district in the North to Chinna Gajam in the Guntur District in the South and from Gooty in the Anantapur District in the West to Bhattiprolu in the East the Andhra country witnessed in the three centuries preceding and following the birth of Christ a phenomenal growth of Buddhistic culture and art. [...] Tsandavole-held sway over the Andhra land for a century and a half-from about the middle of the 1 lth to the close of the 12th century A. D. Of the eighteen generations of the Velanimclu dynastsix kings-from the fourteenth to the eighteenthin the line of descent stand out as great rulers and makers of history with important achievements to their credit in all spheres-political and otherwise. [...] Virach5da'N second term of viceroyalty lasted from A D. 1088-89 to 1092-93 when Vikramachocla was appointed to succeed Virachoda and he ruled till A. D. 1118 in which year he was chosen heir-apparent to ChOla throne.1 Rise of the Velanandu power:- The Vaidumbas2 were the local rulers of the Tsandavole country to the south of the Krishna and of the Cuddapah tract in the latter part of the 10th cen

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-iv R. Rao

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Buddhist India and the Rest of the World 1-25 T. N. Ramachandran

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Silver Jubilee Session Opening Address 26-ii T. N. Ramachandran

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The History of Andhra Country 1000 A. D. 1500 A. D. Subsidiary Dynasties 33-110 V. Yasodadevi

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The Andhras 111-114 S. B. Chaudhuri

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The Shalantri Coppep-Plate Grant of Devendra Varman 115-122 Manda Narasimham

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A Study of Telugu Place-Names 123-138 A. S. Thyagaraju

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Kaliyugaraja Vrittanta 139-144 Kota Venkatachalam

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Antique Guns 145-146 Lakshminarayan Jajadeb

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Vina 147-152 C. Rao

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A Scientific Hypothesis Accounting for the Origin of .Human Speech Writing and Religion 153-ii K. Suryanarayana

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The Arikamedu Brahmi Records 161-163 C. Rao

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The Starting of the Salivahana Era 164-166 K. Chowdary

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Emotional and Aesthetical Values in Music 167-173 Sangeeta Sudhakara

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The Aryan Contribution to Islamic Culture 174-186 S. Rao

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A Brief History of Vizianagara 187-200 R. Rao

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Bharata Itihasa Samsodhaka Mandala Sviya Grantha Mala No 74 201-201 unknown

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Reviews 202-202 unknown

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Place—Names 203-204 unknown

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Proceedings of the Society’s Meetings 205-234 unknown

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Andhra Historica1 Research Society 1-4 unknown

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Opinions of Distinguished Visitors to the Andhra Historical Research Society Rajahmundry 1-16 unknown

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Andhra Historical Research Society Rajahmundry. Founded in 1922 & Re-founded in 1924. Registered Under Act XXI of 1860 1-8 uknown

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Backmatter i-ii unknown

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274
SARF Document ID
sarf.120036

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