The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Badva Inscription Fragment

Object Reference
Inscription URI
IN00138
Object URI
OB00125

Basic Metadata

Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit
Script
northern class of the 3rd century
Date (min)
200
Date (max)
299
Date comments
Basis of dating: palaeography, conjecture.
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<title>Badva Inscription Fragment</title>
<editor>Dániel Balogh</editor>
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<publicationStmt>
<authority>Siddham - The South Asia Inscriptions Database</authority>
<idno type="siddham_inscription_identifier">IN00138</idno>
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<msIdentifier>
<msName>Badva Stone Fragment</msName>
<idno type="siddham_object_identifier">OB00125</idno>
<repository>unknown</repository>
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<physDesc>
<objectDesc>
<supportDesc>
<support>
<material>stone / unspecified</material>
<objectType>fragment</objectType>
<extent>
<dimensions unit="cm">
<width />
<height />
<depth />
</dimensions>
<measure type="weight" unit="gram">not available</measure>
</extent>
<p>This fragment had been converted into a satī stone. The remaining inscription is "on one side". No further details are reported.</p>
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</supportDesc>
<layoutDesc>
<layout>
<dimensions unit="cm">
<width />
<height />
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<p>No details reported and no image available.</p>
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<handDesc>
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<p>northern class of the 3rd century</p>
</handDesc>
<decoDesc>
<p>None.</p>
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</physDesc>
<history>
<origin>
<origPlace />
<origDate />
</origin>
<p>Discovered by Altekar in 1936 about 400 metres from the Maukhari yūpas (%OB00122, %OB00123 and %OB00124) in Baḍvā, a village about 8 km to the southwest of Antah (25.154927, 76.296911; Baḍvā not located) in the Kotah District of modern Rajasthan.</p>
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<text>
<body>
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<lb n="1" /><gap extent="unknown" reason="lost" /> yajño <gap extent="unknown" reason="lost" />
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Bibliography description
First reported in #Altekar_1935-36.
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<idno type="siddham_inscription_identifier">IN00138</idno>
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<msDesc>
<msIdentifier>
<msName>Badva Stone Fragment</msName>
<idno type="siddham_object_identifier">OB00125</idno>
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<physDesc>
<objectDesc>
<supportDesc>
<support>
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<extent>
<dimensions unit="cm">
<width />
<height />
<depth />
</dimensions>
<measure type="weight" unit="gram">not available</measure>
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<p>This fragment had been converted into a satī stone. The remaining inscription is "on one side". No further details are reported.</p>
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<layoutDesc>
<layout>
<dimensions unit="cm">
<width />
<height />
</dimensions>
<p>No details reported and no image available.</p>
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</layoutDesc>
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<handDesc>
<height unit="cm" />
<p>northern class of the 3rd century</p>
</handDesc>
<decoDesc>
<p>None.</p>
</decoDesc>
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<history>
<origin>
<origPlace />
<origDate />
</origin>
<p>Discovered by Altekar in 1936 about 400 metres from the Maukhari yūpas (%OB00122, %OB00123 and %OB00124) in Baḍvā, a village about 8 km to the southwest of Antah (25.154927, 76.296911; Baḍvā not located) in the Kotah District of modern Rajasthan.</p>
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<text>
<body>
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<lb n="1" /><gap extent="unknown" reason="lost" /> yajño <gap extent="unknown" reason="lost" />
</ab>

</div></body>
</text>
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