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Painting of Khasa Buddhist King Ripu Malla and his son Sangrama worshiping Goddess Tara (center) c. 1312
Painting of Khasa Buddhist King Ripu Malla and his son Sangrama worshiping Goddess Tara (center) c. 1312
13th-century inscription by King Ripu Malla on the Nigali Sagar pillar of Ashoka. The inscription reads "Oṃ maṇi padme huṃ" and "Sri Ripumalla Chiram
13th-century inscription by King Ripu Malla on the Nigali Sagar pillar of Ashoka. The inscription reads "Oṃ maṇi padme huṃ" and "Sri Ripumalla Chiram Jayatu 1234" ("Long live Sri Ripumalla"; year 1234 of the Saka Era corresponds to 1312 CE).
Sinja Valley, capital of Khas Mallas where earliest Devanagari scripts from the 13th century
Sinja Valley, capital of Khas Mallas where earliest Devanagari scripts from the 13th century
Lumbini pillar inscription by King Ripu Malla: "Om mani padme hum May Prince Ripu Malla be long victorious"
Lumbini pillar inscription by King Ripu Malla: "Om mani padme hum May Prince Ripu Malla be long victorious"
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Copper Inscription by King of Doti, Raika Mandhata Shahi, at Saka Era 1612 (1747 BS) in old Nepali language using Devanagari script
Copper Inscription by King of Doti, Raika Mandhata Shahi, at Saka Era 1612 (1747 BS) in old Nepali language using Devanagari script
Bhanubhakta Acharya, Aadi Kavi in Nepali-language literature
Bhanubhakta Acharya, Aadi Kavi in Nepali-language literature