Ancient Indian Inscriptions 1

Written by Alok Mohan on March 24, 2022. Posted in Uncategorized

Translation of ancient Inscriptions, reveal the fact that ancient India had the most civilised culture and glorious past.
India is the only country which is  blessed with noblest among noble souls. Nothing was left undone by the God, while blessing India.
This fact had made India, the most extraordinary country in the world.

India had the first civilization. India had the first accumulation of material wealth. she was populous with great thinkers and subtle intellects; she had mines, and woods, and noble souls.

 One among them was King Kuberka. King Kuberaka was ruling over Bhattiprolu around 230 BCE. Bhattiprolu is a small village in Guntur of Andhra Pradesh. The original name of Bhattiprolu was Pratipalapura, a flourishing town of ancient Sala kingdom that predated Andhra.
Raja Kubereka was son of dhavira, who was once the Chief of the Simha Committee. Kumbha was the monk of the village Committee and Buba– the son of the village headman, namely Aliad.

From available inscriptional evidence, King Kuberaka was ruling over Bhattiprolu around 230 BCE. Bhattiprolu is well known for its Buddha Stupa also (Vikramarka kota dibba) built about 3rd-2nd century BCE.  This script was written on an urn containing Buddha’s relics. The script  brahmi but has also been named Bhattiprolu script.Archeological excavations prove that Bhattiprolu existed during the 3rd Century BC, having links with the Brahmi script that was later on known as Bhattiprolu script.

During the ancient period, Raja Kuberka took the responsibility in preserving the remnants of Lord Buddha. Lord Shiva advised him to travel to this historical destination to revisit those cherished moments of glorious past of India. The king was loved by his subjects & had built several temples in the kingdom.

First two Inscriptions talk about the Asokan edicts (i3rd cent. BC) and The Nanaghat, Batbigumpha and BharahuteTorana inscriptions, the last three of which belonged to about the middle of the second century B.C, but much closer to those of Ashokas. He puts it not later than 200 BCe ‘The characters of this inscription, though considerably close to Ashoka’s displayed remarkable variance too, indicating that the art of writing was popularly practised in India for many centuries before the Mauryas.
 The script of these inscriptions is brahmi of about 3rd century BC.
These bhattiprolu inscriptions, are of the time of kuberka and from the province Bhattiprolu of Krishna district AP.

This casket was produced by the father of Kura, the mother of Kura & Kura himself and Siva. They  ordered the preparation of a casket and another box of crystal in order to deposit some relics of Budha.

 This is the casket of Kura, the son of Banava. On the centre of casket no 2 is:-

A (centre)1 Gothi 2 Iliraiiavaghava 3 V[u]galako K[a]laho 4 Visako Thorasisi 5 Samano Odalo 6 Apaka . Shamudo 7 Amiga [h]o Kuro 8 Satugho Potako [P]oto Alinaka 9 V[a]nmo Piga[la]ko Koshako 10 Suto Papo Kabherakh[o] [Ga]e]ko 11 Samana[d]asho Bharado 12 Odalo Thoratiso Tiso 13 Gilano Jambho 14 Pudara (?) [B]ubo 15 Galavata Janako 16 Gosalakanam Kuro 17 Uposhathaputo Utaro 18 Karahaputo 

“The Committee (consists of) : — Hiranavaghava (Hiranyavydghrapdd) Vugalaka ( Udgdraka), Kajaha, Visaka ( Visvaka), Thorasisi (Sthaidasirshi), Samana (Sramana), Odala, Apaka, Sha- muda (Samudra), Anugaha (Anugraha), Kura, Satugha (Satrnghna), Potaka, Pota, Alinaka (Alinaka?), Varuna, Pigalaka (Pingalaka^, Koshaka (Kaus- ika?), Suta, Papa, (Kabherakha ?) (Kuberaka?), Galeka (?), Samaina[d]asha (Sramanaddsa), Bharada (Bharata) (L. 12), Odala (Anddra?) Thoratisa (Sthau- latishya), Tisa (Tishya), Gilana (Gland), Jambha Buba . Janaka, of the Gosalakas (Gosdlaka), Kura, the son of Uposhatha, (Ujiosa- tha), Utara (Uitara), the son of Karaha. Having been collected from Sramanadass, the exalted relics of the Budha have been deposited for the well being of all.

He said, “Kumba was monk incharge & Buba the goldsmith was son of headman. While Kuberka son of Sharira was the chief of simha committee
Uttara the son of Jaghanya was monk.
Sanatna  Dharma has a glorious past of righteous brahmin kings who personified fearlessness and valour. These kings were devoted to righteousness and were always keen on the all round progress of their people. The subject were very happy with their kings, who were guided by rishis/gurus.

The people of bharat,  were also happy, prosperous and of good moral conduct. The kings would patronise many artists and would wholeheartedly support the arts. They would never attack others except in self defence even though they were capable of conquering the entire planet. Similarly in the later part of their life they would hand over the reins of their kingdom to their heir and would perform spiritual practice further by voluntary acceptance of Vanaprasthasrhram.
The remembrance of such great kings who have created the glorious history of Hindus is an incessant source of inspiration for everyone. Every incident in the life of these great heroes is a witness to their brilliant capabilities. Some special events in the lives of these bright kings have been given ahead to awaken the extinct pride in the minds

 

Alok Mohan

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