The South Asia Inscriptions Database

Haraha Stone of Suryavarman

A smooth slab.

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History details
Discovered some time before 1915 in a village near Haṛāhā in Bārābankī District, modern UP. (I have not been able to find the location; Google Maps knows of no Haraha or Hadaha in this district. The place seems to have had a rājā of its own, so it cannot have been very small.) Used for some time as a spice grinding stone, then moved in or before 1915 to the office of the journal "Lucknow Advocate". Presented in 1916 to the Lucknow Provincial Museum by Raja Raghuraj Bahadur Singh of Haraha.
Event Type
Provincial Museum, Lucknow
Event Place Uncertain