By Leanne Piggott
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89, Isvarasena; DHI, pp. 185-188). The tribe paid tribute to Samudragupta, and the widespread modern Ahir caste is generally taken to be its offshoot. The Kharaparikas apparently survived in Damoh district till after the Muslim conquest (El, XII, pp. 46-7). The Ar-junayanas of the inscription are to be identified with those in the Ganapatha on Pan. 2:53. D. 401-2. D. 372-3 on which three royal ancestors in the direct line are given. S. Altekar, reading the Nandsa sacrficial yupa pillars in Ef, XXVII, pp.
The brahmin Bivari 36 HISTORY AND SOCIETY (Malalasekera, diet. Pali Proper Names II, 279-80) had founded a gurukula on the Godavari river even before his conversion by the Buddha. This intercourse led first to accumulation of wealth by trade for some tribes, knowledge of better weapons and improved military tactics; later to farming and civilisation. Thus in the trade period we find support to wandering almsmen in,the form of cave retreats or monastic foundations which craftsman, merchant, and king endowed so generously.
Thus in the trade period we find support to wandering almsmen in,the form of cave retreats or monastic foundations which craftsman, merchant, and king endowed so generously. The connection of Jainism with trade and dissemination of Buddhism along trade routes are well documented. In the settlement period which we shall mainly consider, the emphasis passed to the brahmin, with royal village endowments to brahmins or temples managed by brahmins. King Hastin (F. 25) is called ruler over Dabhala and the 18 forest kingdoms, reminiscent of the modern Atharagarh about Sambalpur.
An Ideal Betrayed: Australia, Britain and the Palestine Question 1947-1949 by Leanne Piggott