The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Washim Charter of Vindhyasakti II

Object URI
OB00163
Inscription URI
IN00176

Basic Metadata

Extent
14 cm width x 8 cm height
Decoration
None.
Language
Sanskrit and Prakrit
Script
southern box-headed
Script size
0.6-0.8
Date (min)
387
Date (max)
397
Date comments
Intrinsic Date: 37, first fortnight of Hemanta, day 4 $(era: regnal, Vindhyaśakti II). Basis of dating: approximate reign of Vindhyaśakti II.
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Bibliography description
First reported and edited with facsimile in #Deshpande_Mahajan_1939. Re-edited in #Sircar_1941, #Mirashi_Mahajan_1941-42 and in #Mirashi_1963. Discussed in #Sircar_1940, #Sircar_1941-42b, #Shastri_1997:37-40.
Inscription Concordance
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Concordance Item Number
1/III.59
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jato upari-li
<lb n="25" />khita<surplus>|</surplus> śāsaṇa-vādam pamāṇaṃ karettā rakkhadha rakkhāpedhaya pariharadha
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