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Indigenous coins of early India

ЕљrirДЃma Goyala

Indigenous coins of early India

by ЕљrirДЃma Goyala

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Published by Kusumanjali Prakashan in Jodhpur .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coins, Ancient -- India.,
  • Coins, Indic -- India.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementS.R. Goyal.
    SeriesCoinage of ancient India
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCJ1391 .G678 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 240 p. :
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16960585M

    Early coins were punched with just one or two symbols, later ones with five. Thousands of punch-marked coins have been found all over India, though there were some regional differences. The most prominently appearing symbol that occurs since early indigenous coinage of India, including Punch marked coins. On the coins of Satavahana it appears with five or seven branches and is placed in a railing. The symbol has many religious connotations, indicating the tree worship prevailed during ancient India adopted by all religious sects.

      Displayed are the "common" identification marks or symbols of various Indian Princely State, Mughals and Presidency coins. The identification marks are mostly aimed towards providing some "lead" (or hint) on hammered Indian coins. Please note that this document is not exhaustive and identification marks may differ on a case-to-case basis. Also the symbols might be. Browse through the coins of Ancient India issued by different rulers. These Indian old coins tell stories of Janapadas and ancient kingdoms. It can be classified broadly as coins issued by janapadas, Indian empires, medieval kingdoms, ancient invaders, ancient city states and ancient coins of south India.

    India Between Drea M AND reality, Allied Publishers. From Curzon to Nehru. The Seige within, Penguine Books. Advance Study in the History of Modern India, , (‐), Sterling Publication Pvt. Ltd. End of British Power and partition of India, Deep & Deep Publishers. India After Gandhi. .   The earliest coins of India contain a few symbols, but the later coins mention the names of kings and gods or dates. Ancient people would store money in earthen­ware or brass vessels. Many such hoards, containing I both indigenous coins and those minted abroad such I as in the Roman Empire, have been discovered in I different parts of the country.


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