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Year: 2005
Between Ganadeva (Samvat 479-487) and sivadeva I (Samvat 512-535) there is no king named Maanadeva
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Year: 1996
In analysing and interpreting the non-Sanskrit words encountered in the Sanskrit inscriptions of ancient Nepal, four interrelated hypotheses have provided the main conceptual framework in the author's work:
  1. the non-Sanskrit words in the running text of Sanskrit inscriptions provide valuable evidence for prehistoric tribal-Hindu ethnic contacts;
  2. mostly these words belong to the Tibeto-Burman languages, basically to proto-Newari from which the present day Newari has developed;
  3. in the course of the Hindu political-cultural domination by the Licchavis (A
  4. in the process, different species of tribal toponyms were Sanskrised, including the name of the country itself.
In the present paper, the author presents some more evidence in support of his hypotheses. He looks at the names of the hillocks - like water sources, the rivers and their confluences, are susceptible to veneration as sacred cult objects. The sanctification of hillocks and mountains is a form of the veneration of high places

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Year: 1996
Dhanavahra Vajracarya (1932-1994), historian and academic, was skilled in reading Licchavi and Kutala scripts, as well as other medieval Newari scripts
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Year: 1992
Of the numerous testimonies of Nepal's religious history, some of the most palpable ones are, perhaps, the textual evidence, particularly the manuscripts
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Year: 1985
Dilli Raman Regmi (b
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Year: 1985
The author found a vamsavali manuscript in the National Archives, Kathmandu and recognised the text it as a complete version of the fragment of a vamsavali - known as the Kaisher Vamsavali (VK)
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Year: 1983
This paper attempts to analyse the river names of the Nepal Valley from an ethnolinguistic perspective
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