The South Asia Inscriptions Database
Records: 4

A granite boulder about 1.6 km east of Junāgaḍh, at the opening of a gorge that leads to a valley around the Girnār mountain. The inscription is on the southern face according to #Prinsep_1838b:337, and on the northwestern face according to #Fleet_1888:57.

Materialsstone, granite
Formboulder
Event History
  • Event Type
    Created
    Place
    Junāgaḍh
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    in situ
Inscriptions
  1. These dimensions are for the entire inscription of two parts, here treated as two inscriptions.

  2. The dimensions are for the entire inscription of two parts, here treated as two inscriptions.

This is "a rugged boulder, parts of which have broken away" (#Sircar_1953-54a:84). No further details are reported. It is on Kauleśvarī Hill (24.374768, 84.864330, recorded on Google Maps as Kolua Pahar, probably a typo for Koula), about 8.5 km from Hunterganj in present-day Jharkhand. The exact location of the inscribed boulder is not reported. 

Materialsstone, local
Formboulder
Event History
  • Event Type
    Recorded
    Place
    in situ
    Date
    1953

The inscription is probably on a natural boulder or rock face. It was located by Beglar (as reported by Fleet), and is on the right-hand side of the base of a 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 higher up than the one on %OB00196.

Materialsstone, local
Formboulder
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