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A synopsis of the Roman characters used to represent the Singhalese-Páli letters, in this publication; taken almost exclusively from the scheme recently published in Bengal.
As the Páli Alphabet is nearly identical with the Déwanágari, it cannot be necessary to define the sounds of the letters composing it.
There is but one s in Páli. The two ls have nearly the same sound; and the letter partakes more of the sound of w then v.
INDEX AND GLOSSARY.
a wiháro at Anurádhapura, 206, 207, 223, 225, 235, 238, 241, 243, 250.
a wiháro, not identified, 208.
also called Jayawápi, the first tank formed at Anuradhapura, 65, 66, 107, 160, 211.
the "cookoo rock" in the Abhaya tank at Anuradhapura, 99.
56, 57, 58, 62, 64, 65, 67: the rájá of Ceylon at the advent of Kakusandho Buddho, 88, 89, 90: the first name of Duṭṭhagámini, 97: the father of Khanjadéwo, 142.
from “abhi” supreme and the root nd knowledge, a preternatural gift or wisdom of inspiration, 116.
a tank, not identified, 222.
a wiháro at the Kahagullako mountain, 127, 205.
Singh. Awwruwittigama, three yojanas to the north west of Anuradhapura.
a plain near Anuradhapura, 217.
Trans-Gangetic. In the Tiká it is written Adóganga which would signify the
10, 12, 185.
a sect of hindu devotees, 67.
a wiharo on the summit of Kóțipabbato, 132.
residence of Wessawano, 242.
a tank, not identified, 234.
capital of Yona a division of India, not identified, 171.
in Singhalese nelli, a fruit, 22, 70.
a hall in Bhirani's palace, also in the Lóhapasádo, 162.
a cave in the Seven Korles in which the Ridi wiháro has subsequently been
built, 167, 208.
at Anuradhapura, 125.
a ferry near Bintenne, not identified, 150.