The inscription is on two rectangular blocks of stone built one below the other into the right wall inside the maṇḍapa of the Kevala Narasiṃha temple of Rāmṭek. It is not clear from reports whether these are architectonic blocks or slabs fixed to the wall. The lower block is broken vertically across the middle. The stones are here treated as a single object since they have a shared history and no individual data are reported about them.
Memorial stone inscription discovered during cleaning undertaken by the Directorate of Archaeology and Museums, Maharashtra Government in the early 1980s. The inscription is carved onto stones fixed on the inside wall of the mandapa of the Kevala-Narasimha temple at Ramtek. The inscription records a pious action of an unidentified daughter of Prabhāvatī Guptā, during the reign of her brother Pravarasena II. (Bakker, Hans & Isaacson, Harunaga, ‘The Ramtek Inscriptions II: The Vākāṭaka inscriptions in the Kevala-Narasimha Temple’ Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 56, no. 1, 1993, pp. 46-74) However the inscription is damaged and a clear reading of the inscription is not possible at this point in time. (Shastri, p. 125-126).