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What is the script of the earliest epigraphical rock inscriptions at Pathyar and Kanhiyara in Kangra ?
Brahmi and Tankri
Kharoshthi and Tankri
Brahmi and Kharoshthi
Kharoshthi and Persian
Brahmi script : It is the modern name for a writing system of ancient India. The Brahmi writing system, or script, appeared as a fully developed universal one in South Asia in the third century BCE, and is a forerunner of all writing systems that have found use in South Asia with the exception of the Indus script of the third millennium BCE, the Kharosthi script, which originated in what today is northwestern Pakistan in the fourth or possibly fifth century BCE,the Perso-Arabic Scripts of the medieval period, and the Latin scripts of the modern period
Kharosthi : The Kharosthi script, also spelled Kharoshthi or Kharo??hi, formerly called "Arian-Pali", was an ancient Indian script used in Gandhara to write Gandhari Prakrit and Sanskrit. It was used in Central Asia as well.
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