Jaina inscriptions of the temple of Neminatha on Mount Abu

Lüders, Heinrich

In: Epigraphia Indica Vol. 8, (1905), pp. 200-229

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Abstract

Inked estampages of the numerous inscriptions in the various temples on Mount Abu were prepared by Mr. H. Cousens, Superintendent of the Archaeological Survey of the Bombay Presidency, in 1902, and sent by Professor Hultzsch to Professor Kielhorn, who made them over to me for publication. The 32 inscriptions edited below are from the temple of Neminatha and refer to the erection and endowment of that building by Tejahpala, the minister of the Chaulukya king Viradhavala. At present this sanctuary seems to be known by the name of 'the temple of Vastupala and Tejahpala'; but as the inscriptions clearly show that appellation to be erroneous, the foundation being ascribed to Tejahpala alone, I should prefer either to call it after the saint to whom it was dedicated, or to use the original name which, as again shown by the inscriptions, was Lunasimhavasahika or Lunavasahika.

Document type: Article
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 18 April 2018
Faculties / Institutes: Miscellaneous > Individual person
DDC-classification: General history of Asia Far East
Controlled Subjects: Südasien, Epigrafik, Geschichte
Uncontrolled Keywords: Jaina, Indien, Mount Abu, Tempel, Geschichte / Jain, India, Mount Abu, Temple, History
Subject (classification): Indology
Countries/Regions: India
South Asia
Series: People > Schriften von Heinrich Lüders
Volume: 16