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Inscriptions of the Aulikaras and Their Associates

Funded by: European Research Council (ERC)
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The Aulikaras were the rulers of western Malwa (the northwest of Central India) in the heyday of the Imperial Guptas in the fifth century CE, and rose briefly to sovereignty at the beginning of the sixth century before disappearing from the spotlight of history. This book gathers all the epigraphic evidence pertaining to this dynasty, meticulously editing and translating the inscriptions and analysing their content and its implications.

Author Information

Dániel Balogh, British Museum, London, U.K.


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Audience: Historians of India, scholars of religion, and of epigraphy