Orissa under the Bhauma Kings
by Pandit Binayak Misra
Publisher: Vishwamitra Press 1934
About two decades back the historians had no knowledge of the Bhauma suzerain power of Orissa. During the recent years a large number of inscriptions of the Bhauma family have been edited by different scholars ; moreover Professor Sylvan Levi has brought to light an interesting event of the Bhauma age. But the problems connected with the said family have remained so far undiscussed. Therefore a discussion on the said problems has been initiated in this monograph ; and for easy comprehension of the subject by the readers the texts and translations of almost all the published Bhauma records have been given in the following pages along with those of three unpublished plates.
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