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Archaeology of the Satavahana Kshatrapa times

C. Margabandhu

Archaeology of the Satavahana Kshatrapa times

by C. Margabandhu

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Published by Sundeep Prakashan in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • India -- Antiquities.,
    • India -- Civilization -- To 1200.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementC. Margabandhu.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS418 .M34 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 398 p., [32] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages398
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3009935M
      LC Control Number84903599

      Theory in Archaeology: (a) Debate about the nature of Archaeology as discipline, Traditional versus the New perspectives in Archaeology. (b) Kinds of Archaeology: Ethnological, Eco-systemic, settlement and Computer Archaeology, Verbal artifacts and Linguistic Archaeology. Pitalkhora Inscriptions: A Reappraisal - S.K. Mittra Administrative Divisions and Place-Names from Satavahana Inscriptions found in Maharashtra: A Case Study - Malati Mahajan ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY Forts of the Satavahana Times - H.N. Singh Ports of the Satavahana Period - K.P. Rao Satavahana Antiquities from Adam - Amarendra.

      The site at Kayar, about 20km from Wani in Yavatmal district, dates back to the eras ruled by the Satvahanas and Kshatrapa dynasties. It depicts the r. According to Western archaeology he is tentatively dated to between BCE and CE (but likely much earlier according to the indigenous Indic Chronology). The 17th Satavahana dynast in the pauranic king lists, Hala himself is called Kavi-vatsala (‘he who has parental affection for poets’).

      book reviews The Archaeology of an Early Historic Town in Central India. Monica Smith. BAR International Series Oxford: John and Erica Hedges Ltd. and Archaeopress, vi þ pp. 48 b/w maps, drawings, and photos. Paper. U.S. $ ISBN Reviewed by Himanshu Prabha Ray, Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University In South Asian archaeology, as . jangaon hoard of Kshatrapa coins, the Elephanta hoard of coins of the Kalachuri King Krishnaraja and sporadic finds of Sata-vahana and Kshatrapa coins, particularly the Satavahana portrait coins. These discoveries have greatly enriched the Kshatrapa and Sat-avahana numismatics, bringing to light new evidence on the coinage of Nahapana, Gau-.


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The Age of the Satavahanas - 2 Volumes by Ajay Mitra Shastri. The Satavahanas (Andhra or Andhrajatiya of the historical sections of the Puranas) occupy a pre-eminent position in early Deccanese history comparable only to that of the Kushanas of North India who were almost contemporaries.

However, despite scholarly efforts for over a century and half, numerous basic issues appertaining. Buy Archaeology of the Satavahana Times by C.

Margabandhu from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages:   Hala was one more great king of the Satavahanas who was 17th King of the Satavahana line. He had compiled the “Gatha saptasati” or Gaha Sattasai which mainly a text on love theme.

Gatha saptasati is in Prakrat. The Satavahana kingdom chiefly comprised of modern-day Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Maharashtra. At times, their rule also included parts of Karnataka, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

Their capital cities varied at different times. Pratishthana (Paithan) and Amaravati were its capitals. Simuka founded the dynasty. Archaeology of the Satavahana-Kshatrapa times, Sundeep Prakasham, Delhi, a) Ancient India as described in classical literature, Westminister, Department of Ancient History, Archaeology and Culture Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur Recommended Books: 1.

Majumdar and Pusalkar (Ed) The Age of Imperial Unity. Western Kshatrapa and Satavahana coins with special reference to. The Age of the Satavahanas: Great Ages of Indian History, 2 Vols by Ajay Mitra Shastri and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Western Kshatrapa ruler Nahapana is known to have ruled the former Satavahana territory, as attested by the inscriptions of his governor and son-in-law, Rishabhadatta.

[61] First revival. The next four articles discuss the interrelated cultural legacy of southern India, while the following three present the sociopolitical forces working in the country, and the Satavahana imperial hegemony.

The next five articles discuss the socio cultural and art impulses of certain specific phases in the early historic s: 3. Saka-satavahana Conflict. There is controversy about the name 'Sakas'.

Some hold the view that they were probably. One branch of them was known as kshabaratas. Some say Nahapana was a pahlava and Ghasmotika the father of Chashtana was Scythian. It was from the Gupta period that the name 'saka' came to be applied to this family of people. 'Satavahana Archaeology', Bulletin of the Deccan College Post-Graduate Research Institute, Pune, 1, XXXV,Paithan, in Ghosh, A.

(Eds)., 'Encyclopedia of Indian Archaeology', Indian Council of Historical Research project. Maharashtra Va Gove Shilalekha Tamprapatanchi Varnamnatmaka.

Satavahana dynasty, Indian family that, according to some interpretations based on the Puranas (ancient religious and legendary writings), belonged to the Andhra jati (“tribe”) and was the first Deccanese dynasty to build an empire in daksinapatha—i.e., the southern region. At the height of their power, the Satavahanas held distant areas of western and central India.

The Jain sources mention Satavahana as the first king in the family. The Kathasaritsagara also contains a story about Satavahana. The Kondapur coins bear the legend 'Sadvahana'. On scriptal grounds this Satavahana is placed close to (either before or contemporaneous with) Simuka, the first ruler of the family mentioned in the Puranas.

ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE SETTLEMENTS OF THE KSHATRAPA PERIOD ATUSHA BHARUCHA Dr. S.J. Mangalam Archaeology Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute, Pune University of Pune Introduction The present theses is titled "Archaeology of the Settlements of the Kshatrapa Period".

Though the title suggests a wider scope the study deals. Looking for Favorite Books. Search On This Website. Free Downloads C Margabandhu Books. Showing 1 to 3 of 3 results. Spectrum of Indian Culture. Download Archaeology of the Satavahana Times by C.

Margabandhu India at the Dawn of History. Terracotta figurines of an elephant, a human head, ear spool, beads, semi- precious stones, pre-Satavahana lead coins of Sebaka dynasty and pot shreds were found during a survey by State Archaeology d.

AURANGABAD: A brick-lined well, believed to have been constructed during the Satavahana period, has been discovered at Ter in Osmanabad district, around km from here. The well, which has unique.

12 Begley, Vimla, “From Iron Age to Early Historical in South Indian Archaeology”, in Studies in the Archaeology of India and Pakistan, ed.

Jacobson, J. (Oxford & IBH, ), fig. 1. 13 Begley, Vimla, “ Arikamedu Reconsidered ”, American Journal of Archaeology 87 (): 46 – The Western Satraps, Western Kshatrapas, or Kshaharatas (35– CE) were Indo-Scythian rulers of the western and central part of India (Saurashtra and Malwa: modern Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh states).

The Western Satraps were contemporaneous with the Kushans who ruled the northern part of the Indian subcontinent and were possibly their overlords, and the Satavahana.The Department of Ancient Indian History Culture and Archaeology, University of Sagar under the direction S.K.

Pandey and Directorate of Archaeology under the direction of M.D. Khar and K.K. Chakravarty carried out excavation at Nandur on the river Betravati, 12 km South - West of Mandideep, between Bhopal and Itarsi junction.