The South Asia Inscriptions Database
Records: 215
Five lines of text; chipping of the upper edge has damaged parts of the first two lines. The characters of the first line are a bit smaller to accommodate the invocation siddham plus an entire verse half. Traces of feet can be discerned on the upper surface, which implies that the pratimācatuṣṭaya referred to an inscription was not a single quadruple image but four separate images.
Writing covers the entire surface of what is left of the stone. The first line is almost entirely lost; an increasing length of lines 2 to 10 remains; any number of subsequent lines may be lost.
The bottom line is about 220 cm above the stone platform in its present location.
Damaged in lines 4 to 7, particularly 7. The inscription fills most of the surface of the plate, with some margin on the proper right. Inscribed area dimensions estimated on the basis of plate size.
8 lines of text, fully preserved. Campus size estimated from photo.
The beginning of each line is lost, and the first and last lines are damaged. Campus size estimated from photo.
8 lines of text, fully preserved. Campus size estimated.
The beginning of each line is lost; the extant part is progressively larger in each subsequent line. Campus size estimated.
The beginning of each line is lost. The eight lines of the inscription are increasingly defaced (perhaps because the top part of the seal had been pressed more strongly). The characters of the last three lines are also smaller than those above.