Inscription in the southern forehall (mukhamaṇḍapa) of the Udayeśvara temple at Udaypur, district Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. It is engraved on the side of a sculptured balustrade (vedikā) visible to the right of the entrance passage. The record is badly weathered on the sides but contains six lines written in devanāgarī script. It refers to a jātrā, i.e. yātrā festival and pilgrimage by one Harirāja (?) on Thursday, second day of the dark lunar fortnight of Māgha in the expired Vikrama year 1394, which gives the date 8 January 1338 CE. Noticed in Annual Report of Indian Epigraphy for 1961-62, appendix C, no. 1673.

  1. saṃ 1394 varṣē māgha vadi 2 gurau
  2. ]_ _| _ _ _ ṣa _śrī-ra_ _ _ _tra
  3. ]_ _ _ _putra-śrī_ _ _sya jātra
  4. ]_ japāla tasya putra [
  5. [rāja]putra-harirā [
  6. [__]ra-jātrā