The South Asia Inscriptions Database
Records: 11

A stone slab or block, thickness not reported. The piece has been re-cut; the extant part appears to be the top left corner of a larger inscribed block.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formbuilding block
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

This is one of the four pillars of the maṇḍapa in front of the largest brick temple at Deo-Baranark. The maṇḍapa, now roofless, is probably later than the sanctum. The inscription occupies two faces of the square lower part of the column.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formpillar
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

A slab of stone. No details reported.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formslab
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

The inscription is probably on a natural boulder or rock face. Beglar (as reported by Fleet) was unable to locate this inscription, but it is probably also near the flight of steps leading from the Pāpaharaṇī tank (24.832346, 87.035822) at the bottom of the hill to the hilltop tank. Hamilton says this inscription is lower down than the one on %OB00195.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formboulder
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

A rough slab of stone. Its dimensions are not reported, but must be larger than the inscribed area, which is reported. It bears an incomplete inscription (%IN00198) on one of its sides and a complete inscription (%IN00199) on its face, assumed to be the top.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formslab
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

A square pillar in front of the sanctum on the left side. No further details are reported. A band of scrollwork with alternating circles and squares is engraved above the inscription, and there is a horizontal line between the decoration and the text. The inscription may well be later than and independent of this decoration.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formpillar
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

A square pillar at the temple entrance. No further details are reported.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formpillar
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

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.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formarchitectural block
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

On the north side of one of two small broken pillars, a few metres to the northeast of the eastern gateway of the main stūpa. The pillar is monolithic and circular in cross-section. The other pillar is not inscribed. No further details are reported.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formsculpture, Buddhist image
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

A large image of the Buddha seated in dharmacakra mudrā. The inscription is on the pedestal.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formsculpture, Buddhist image
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ

A rock described as a "smooth shining block of basalt" but presumably a natural formation. Size not reported, but smaller than %OB00102. It bears two inscriptions, %IN00114 above and %IN00115 below it.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formsculpture, Buddhist image
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ