INSCRIPTIONS OF THE CHANDELLAS OF JEJAKABHUKTI
 Here the pause falls wrongly by breaking the word chāmīkara in the separate pādas
 The curve of k is attached to the right of the vertical of pa.
 Read , as also suggested by Kielhorn.
 The two aksharas which constitute a name have now completed peeled off and their reading is from
the lithograph in Ep. Ind., Vol. I, where they are slightly better preserved.
 The traces now left indicate that the bracketed akshara of the name was either ga or gu. Kielhorn
takes it to be the latter.
 In the lithograph accompanying Kielhorn’s article the consonant of the bracketed letter is t, whereas
in the impression before me it is t altered to y.
 For dropping this visarga and the one that follows, see n. on l. 2. above.
 Nine or ten aksharas are lost here. Kielhorn took them to be from ten to twelve.
 Originally :
10 Probably the word vasudhā is repeated here and what is intended is –matiśaya. Kielhorn read :
 Here is a floral design between two upright strokes on either side. It is omitted in the transcript.