The South Asia Inscriptions Database
Records: 4

The pillars were originally erected as two pairs; members of each pair are about 7.5 metres from one another, while the distance between the pairs is about 23 metres. It is not clear whether Altekar discovered the foundation of the lost fourth pillar, or if he merely thinks there were originally two pairs. Altekar does not specify which pillar bears which inscription.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formpillar, sacrificial
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    Kotah

A single plate, apparently without a rim. A circular seal is attached to the left side, and a smaller secondary seal is attached to the left of the primary seal (or below the primary seal, as viewed in the orientation of the plate).

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formpillar, sacrificial
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    Bangladesh National Museum, Dhaka

A single plate without rim.  A circular seal 7 cm in diameter is soldered to the left-hand side. The seal has an effigy of a two-armed deity with a large wheel in the background. The seal legend is damaged. Both the emblem and the legend are in relief on a countersunk surface surrounded by a rim.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formpillar, sacrificial
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    unknown

A single plate, probably rimless. A seal (dimensions or description not reported, no facsimile available) is attached to the left-hand side. The seal is badly corroded but seems to have borne an inscription.

Materialsstone, unspecified
Formpillar, sacrificial
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    unknown