Gatehouse inscription at the tomb of Shaykh Kamal al-Din at Dhar
Dhar Inscription with verses from the Qur’an
Dhār धार دهار (Madhya Pradesh). Tomb of Shaykh Kamāl al-Dīn (circa 1238-1330)
Dhar Inscription of Dilawar Khan dated AH 795
Dhār Inscription of Dilāwar Khān dated AH 795.
Singhpur stepwell with an inscription of VS 1535/1479 CE
OBIG1535a Singhpur (Ashoknagar). Stepwell with inscriptions in mixed Sanskrit recording the construction of the stepwell by Rājamatī in VS 1535.
Singhpur stepwell inscription of VS 1535/1479 CE
INIG1535a Singhpur (Ashoknagar). Inscription in the Rājmatī stepwell recording the construction of the stepwell by Rājamatī, the daughter of Bhairavadāsa who was the son of Uvāra, the son of Chajjala of Sirohanagara. Gives the details of the gifts and donations made to Rājamatī by several rulers, namely Sher Khān of Chanderi, Ghiyās al-Dīn of Māḍai (i.e. Ghiyāth al-Dīn of Māndū, reg. 1469-1500), Husayn Shāh (reg. 1458-79) of Jauṇapura (i.e. Jaunpur), Barbak Shāh (reg. 1459–74) of Pandua, Sultān (name not given) of Ḍhili (i.e. Delhi), Tughluq Shāh of Thatta [presumably a reference to Jam Tughluq (d. 1442) of the Samma dynasty], Qutb al-Din of Gujarāt [presumably Qutb al-Dīn being applied anachronistically to Maḥmūd Begada, reg. 1458-1511], the Bahmani Sultān (name not given) of Vidara (i.e. Bidar). Also mentions Rājamatī’s son named Rāmacandra who was a mahākavi and a favourite (?) of Ghiyās al-Dīn and Nāsir al-Dīn. The pradhāna was Devidāsa and the masons were Vu(Bu)rahāmatasuṣu(khu), Mūla and others. The writer was Guṇasudara.
Indor (District Guna, Madhya Pradesh). Hero-stone (OBIG1177a) with an inscription of VS 1177.
Udaypur (उदयपुर Madhya Pradesh). Record of a temple procession in V.S. 1481
INIG1177a Indor Inscription of VS 1177
Donative record at the Udayeśvara temple at Udaypur, Madhya Pradesh, dated year 1222
Donative record at the Udayeśvara temple in Udaypur (also known as Udaipur, Madhya Pradesh), engraved in 5 lines on a stone lintel in the eastern porch of the entrance hall (mukhamaṇḍapa). Working transcription from the Sanskrit prepared by Saarthak Singh (latest version 02/2019).