User talk:Rani nurmai
Coins of Post-Mauryan Panchala
The obverse and reverse of the coins are mentioned in the article exactly in the same way the cited work mentions and in the cited work, Lahiri followed John Allan, whom she cited in her work. K. D. Bajpai in his Indian Numismatic Studies also followed the same logic. In a recent article (Numismatic and History: The Maurya-Gupta Interlude in the Gangetic Plain in P.Olivelle (ed.) Between the Empires), Bhandare, also used the same terminology. But in a basic work (Coins), I found P.L. Gupta used the words, one side and other side. Please cite any work, where the obverse and reverse of Panchala coins are mentioned in the other way, so that it can be considered as controversial and be changed as you mentioned. Thanks and regards. Joy1963 Talk 04:29, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
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