Epigraphia Indica was the official publication of Archaeological Survey of India from to The first volume was edited by James Burgess in the year Between and it was published as a quarterly supplement to The Indian Antiquary. One part is brought out in each quarter year and eight parts make one volume of this periodical; so that one volume is released once in two years.
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A Collection of Inscriptions. Translated by several oriental scholars. Edited by James Burgess, L. E et al. Calcutta: The Superintendent of Government Printing, — The Epigraphia Indica is a forty-three volume series containing a corpus of inscriptional material from precolonial South Asia in facsimile format, Roman transliteration, and English translation, edited by several scholars and published under the auspices of the Archaeological Survey of British India from and subsequently by its successor institution, the Archaeological Survey of India. Initially, the Epigraphia Indica was published as a supplement to the journal of the Archaeological Survey, The Indian Antiquary , which was founded by the first chief editor, James Burgess —
Epigraphia Indica Vol 1