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Computer Application in Indian Epigraphy; 3 Volumes / Dayalan, D.
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Computer Application in Indian Epigraphy; 3 Volumes
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  Book ID : 27432
  ISBN-10 : 81-8090-009-6 / 8180900096
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-8090-009-9 / 9788180900099
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2005
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xxxiv+438p., viii++439-936p., x+937-1358p., Figs., Maps, Charts, Tables, App., Gloss., 29 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:- Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Maps and Charts; List 1. Abbreviations of Epigraphical Series; List 2. The States, Districts and Taluks with their Abbreviations and Village names; List 3. Abbreviations of the Pallava Kings' Names; The District Marks used for various Hindi and Tamil Letters; Explanatory notes on datas with related information. Vol.1: Chapters; 1. Proper Names; 2. Divinities and Ancestors/Legendary Figures. Vol.2: 3. Place Names; 4. Corporate Bodies; 5. Big Territories; 6. Tenure; 7. Land; 8. Hills, Stones and other terms; 9. Utensils, Weapons, Musical Instruments and other Materials; 10. Animals, Birds and other related terms; 11. Regnal year, Month, Day and Time; 12. Grains, Flowers, Perfumes, Food Stuffs, etc; 13. Eulogy, Pedigree, Title etc; 14. Warfield, Army, Thief and Royal Insignia; 15. Water Bodies and Irrigation System; 16. Roads; 17. Taxes and Privileges; 18. Guilds and Communities. Vol.3: 19. Official Designations; 20. Industry and Craft; 21. Gotra, Sutra and Others; 22. Kula, Vamsa, Race and other related Names; 23. Relation terms; 24. Weights and Measures; 25. Imprecation and other similar terms; 26. Temples, Mathas, Festivals and others; 27. Coins and Currency; 28. Technical Terms; 29. Administrative Terms; 30. Rate of Interest, Interest, Terms, etc; 31. Terms Related to Purpose of Donation, Memorial, etc; 32. Architectural Terms; 33. Ritual Terms.
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It is indeed axiomatic that the written records form the skeletal element for reconstructing the political vicissitudes and cultural matrix of the land. However, the utilization of inscriptions as an adduce to substantiate the theories are quite often proved to be nebulous and arbitrary. The precocious notations bypassing the experimentation of browsing the entire gamut of historical records not only generate misconception in the mind of readers but also supply a distorted picture of history. Therefore, it is found inevitable to study the inscriptions through the process of statistical analysis to overcome the above shortfall. The statistical methodology thus gradually gains currency among the academicians and few attempts made recently in consonance with this, have yielded welcoming results. However, the scheme of analytical investigation concentrated essentially to the Cola and later periods and the coverage of this fascinating experiment is hardly extended to the Pallava period. The present work is an outcome of the author's endeavour to fill up to the extent possible, the vacuum of systematic analysis of the entire inscriptional data of Pallava period applying the computer technology. The inscriptions subjected to probe in the present work range from last decade of the third century AD to the beginning of the tenth century AD and are distributed in the northern districts of the Tamil Nadu and its adjoining districts of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The author scanned all the epigraphs as much as possible to cull out the following relevant information from them. They are: Proper names, Divinities/ legendary names, Place names, Corporate bodies, Big territories, Tenures, Land, Water sources, Road, Taxes, Crafts and communities, Official designations, Industries, Weights and measurements, Imprecatory terms, Temples, Coins and currency, Technical and Administrative terms, etc. Each classification has many sub-categories. All the information classified so, are arranged chronologically along with related informations. The concordance is so rich that it can be referred to and analysed in various angles and for various purposes.
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