The East Mebon Stele Inscription from Angkor (K.528): a Sanskrit eulogy of the tenth-century Khmer Sovereign Rajendravarman
The epigraphy of the ancient Khmer kingdom centred in what is today Cambodia comprises about 1500 inscriptions written in Sanskrit or Old Khmer or both between the sixth and the fourteenth centuries CE. The present volume contains a substantially improved edition and annotated English translation of the second longest Sanskrit inscription of the Khmer-speaking region, a stela that records the creation of a five-towered temple dedicated to Siva by the tenth-century Khmer ruler Rajendravarman. For the benefit of enthusiasts of kavya, the text is given also in Devanagari.
ISBN 13: 9788184702460
ISBN 10: 8184702469
Language: ENGLISH, SANSKRIT
Pages etc.: 331p., (38)b/w pls., ind., 24cm.
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