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Krishna Sastri reprint 90 Vol. XIed. Hultzsch reprint 85 Vol. Epigraphia Indica was the official publication of Archaeological Epiyraphia of India from to Sircar reprint 90 Vol.
The Archaeological Survey of India brings out a variety of publications since its inception, both annual and special with subject matters ranging from archaeological researches in excavations, explorations, conservation, architectural survey of temples and secular buildings besides epigraphy and numismatics.
So far, 43 volumes of this journal have been published. These volumes have been edited by the officers who headed the Epigraphy Branch during different years.
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Lakshminarayan Rao and D. IVed. Desaied. Between and it was published as a quarterly supplement to The Indian Antiquary. Yazdanied. One of the important publications of this branch is Epigraphia Indica, the first volume of which was edited by Burgess and brought out in the year Epigraphical Studies Legislations Publications Video.
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Krishna Sastri reprint Krishna Inica reprint 75 Vol. Appendix to Epigraphia Indica Vol.
Sircar reprint Vol. Thomas reprint 80 Vol. The first volume was edited by James Burgess in the year XLI, inrica, ed. XXXII,ed. Ved. XXVII,ed.
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