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On the Rock Inscriptions of Kapur di Giri, Dhauli, and Girnar

H. H. Wilson
The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Vol. 12 (1850), pp. 153-251
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Notes and References

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    Clough's Vocah , p. 43
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    Tumour's Introduction to the Mahawanso, xxii, Sá Mágadhi mula bhása.
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    Essai sur le Pali, p. 187, " La Palie était presque identique à l'idiome sacré des Brahmaues, parce qu'elle en dérivait immédiatement."
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    Malm. Introd. xxii.
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    The merits of, Ahinsa, are cursorily mentioned in very many passages in the Mahabharata, but there is a panegyric in particular upon it, and the non-eating of flesh, in the Anusásana Parva.—Printed Edition, vol. iv., 1. 5654 to 5722.
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    Journal Asiatic Society, Bengal, vi., 725, note.