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Creation of Brahml in the Early Maurya Period 3353
Megasthenes on the Absence of the Art
Absence of Regional Variations in the ASokan
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absence According Achaeminid antiquity Aramaic argued art of writing Asokan Brahml Asokan edicts Atharvaveda Bhandarkar Bhattiprolu boustrophedon Brahmanas Brahml alphabet Brahml letters Brahml script Btihler Buhler Chandragupta Maurya Chattopadhyaya Coin-Legends coins consonant culture D.C. Sircar Dani Delhi derived developed Diringer earlier early Buddhist early Maurya period engraved Epigraphical Society evidence fact form of Brahml Gandhara Goyal Harappan Ibid Indian Palaeography Indus civilization Indus script inscriptions Iranian Jayaswal Kautilya Kosala language later literary Magadha medial sign Megasthenes Mohenjo-daro Nearchus Ojha op.cit origin of Brahml Palaeography Parkham phonetic Prakrit pre-Asokan period pre-Maurya prevalence of writing prove quoted R. B. Pandey records regarded region Rgveda Sanskrit scholars scripts prevalent Semitic Smrti texts Sohgaura Sruti Strabo stroke suggestion symbols T.P. Verma Tamil Brahml Tamil cave Taxila testimony of Megasthenes Upanishads Upasak Uttarakurus Varanasi Veda Vedic age Vedic Aryans Vedic literature Vedic texts vertical Videha word writing in India written Yerragudi