The South Asia Inscriptions Database
Records: 215
Inscription
Eight extant lines; the second half of each is lost. There were probably five or six additional lines before the first extant line.
The inscription is on the upper part of the proper left side of the stone. The first two entire lines and the second half of the seven extant lines line have been broken away.
The inscription is on the proper left side of the stone, below %I-0010. It consists of eight lines, with the second half of each broken away.
The inscription is on the upper part of the proper right side of the slab. The first half of each line and almost all of the first line has been broken away.
The inscription is on the lower part of the proper left side of the slab, below %I-0011 and separated from it by a horizontal line. The second half of each line has been broken away.
14 lines, with the beginnings of each line lost. There were probably no more lines in this inscription. 
4 lines, the beginning of each lost. Margins about 3.8 cm on all sides except proper right, where the slab is broken.
Dimensions from #Fleet_1888:72, who says the larger figure is the breadth, which must be an error. 41 lines.
Some damage halfway down the proper left side, where there is also a crack, and another smaller one at the top edge near the end of the first line. The size of the inscribed area is estimated.
3 lines of writing. No description in Agrawala.
23 lines on the recto and 8 lines on the verso. Campus width is from #Bhattacharyya_1930:45; the height of the inscribed area is an estimate and applies to the recto face.
Seven lines of text are extant. The first 2-3 characters of each line is lost. Much of the seventh line is also broken away along with lines 8 and 9, but these were extant and had been copied when the inscription was first noticed by scholars.