Epigraphia Carnatica volumes on internet

Hi All, if you are interested to know or to study inscriptions of various places in Karnataka, you can down load Epigraphia Carnatica volumes from here.


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  1. But some of the volumes are not available there. Are they available somewhere in digitized form? If yes, then please share.

      1. Sir/Ma’am,
        Thanks a lot for responding. I tried it but it required permission for access. So I have submitted the request. Will update once I get it.

      2. Sir/Ma’am
        I have got the permission. It’s extremely useful. I don’t have words to express my gratitude to you for making these volumes available. Thanks is too small a word to express my gratitude. But unfortunately I have no other word.
        So thanks a lot…
        I shall be further indebted to you if you could please suggest me how can I get Mysore Archaeological Reports. I am based in Delhi and working on the Western Gangas. So arranging primary sources is a challenge for me…

  2. Greetings!
    The revised editions of Epigraphia Carnatica have been published by the Prasaranga, University of Mysore. As per my information, at least 24 Volumes have been published. But I could collect only volumes from 1 to 12, 15 and 24. The remaining volumes i.e. Volume 13, 14 and 16 to 23 are not found. These are out of print. I have searched the libraries at University of Mysore, ICHR (Bengaluru) and Karnataka University, Dharwad. I shall be extremely grateful if someone could please help me trace the remaining volumes of revised edition either in any library or in private collection.
    Yogender Dayma

      1. Dear Sir/Madam,
        Thanks you very much for your prompt reply. The link you have shared, has only four volumes from the Revised Edition. And of these four volumes, no one is from the volumes I need. I need Volumes 13, 14 and from Vol. 16 to 23 of the Revised Edition. The Revised Edition is published by Prasaranga, University of Mysore. But these volumes are out of print. I was told by them that it will take two years for the reprint of these volumes.
        It will be great if you please check with people in your contact for these volumes.

      2. Dear Sir/Madam,
        May I remind you about my request for the tracing the Volumes 13, 14 and from 16 to 23 of the Revised Edition of Epigraphia Carnatica, published by Prasaranga, Mysore University. I am eagerly waiting to hear from you..

  3. Thank you for giving the details of sites and also for further discussion, between itihasaacademy and Mr. Dayma, on unavailabilty of some of the volumes.

  4. Hello friends! I am looking for a book entitled ‘The Banas in South Indian History’ by T.V. Mahalingam. It seems that the book is out of print now. I shall be grateful if someone could share the e-version of this book or any link for the same.

  5. Hello sir,
    Can I get a copy of epigraphia carnatica fourth volume by B L. RICE.
    R.K Senthil.

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