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.

Fragment (upper proper right part) of an oval seal matrix, engraved with the emblem and text in mirror image. Of the Maukhari emblem, the hindquarters of the bull and the man behind him remain. The device is separated from the text by a double horizontal line, turning upwards at slightly more than 45° at the surviving end.

Materialsstone, granite
Formrock face
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    Archaeological Museum, Kannauj

A seal impression in clay, probably baked. Only the bottom left part of the inscribed section is extant; the remainder is lost. Dimensions not reported.

Materialsstone, granite
Formrock face
Event History
  • Event Type
    Stored
    Place
    Archaeological Museum, Nalanda

The (viewer's) right fragment of a seal impression in clay, probably baked. This fragment is roughly the lower third of the right half of the elliptical original, broken along a line close to the vertical diameter and again in a curved line roughly 45° below the horizontal. Dimensions not reported.

Materialsstone, granite
Formrock face
Event History