Pratihara

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Pratihara

 

(also Gurjara-Pratihara), a Rajput family that in the eighth century gave rise to the rulers of a large feudal state in North India, the Gurjara-Pratihara empire.

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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Food Articles And Other Necessary Items To Nirashritara Parihara Kendra,Mysore
The terminology is a bit different--the word parihara ('exemption' from the obligation to make payments to the king) is notably absent--but the similarity of the legal arrangements enacted in the inscriptions are telling.
26) In other words, Buddhaghosa interprets bhara in terms of parihara ("attendance, care, maintenance"), an explanation which allows him to provide what looks like an etymology or a pun on hara ("bearer").
2 & 3 at Degana, Provision of various amenities in goods shed at Nawacity, trolley pathway at Makrana, Degana, Ladnun, Didwana, Parihara, & Khunkhuna staions under ADEN/DNA/JU