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Offline Palomares

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Re: Tomar dynasty of delhi , Teja pala ?? , Jital , Unreported
« Reply #15 on: April 05, 2021, 08:23:43 PM »
As always agree with you. I thought the same, but I discarded the akshara Bhu, this is the way of Bhu.
I thought 'Bhor' o 'Tor', but does Bhorja or Torja make sense?

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Re: Tomar dynasty of delhi , Teja pala ?? , Jital , Unreported
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2021, 09:32:49 PM »
Your Bhor would seem unlikely i think. An R added to Bha with an O-matra would rather give "Bhro" than "Bhor".
The "Bho" does have its attraction because Bhoja is quite a prevalent name under contemporary nobility in the north-west region. Like one of the sons of Harsha, Bhojadeva.

Edit: Looking at the Rajatarangini" another candidate could be Bhoja, son of Salhana. Salhana was king of Kashmir in 1111AD for several months, before being removed from the throne by Sussala. This Bhoja was a challenger to the throne of Kashmir during the reign of Sussala's son Jayasimha.
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Re: Tomar dynasty of delhi , Teja pala ?? , Jital , Unreported
« Reply #17 on: April 06, 2021, 12:26:45 PM »
Yes, I agree with you, Bhoja is very common and most likely,
I leave more interpretations, just in case.
That's right Anthony, Bhoja was a prince son of Harsha. You have an incredible memory, I always have to look at papers : >:(