Udaypur उदयपुर ادے پور (Madhya Pradesh). Stepwell of the time of Shāh Jahān.
Udaypur tri-lingual stepwell inscription dated 1645 CE
On a stone slab affixed into the right side wall of a stepwell known as Qanungo Baoli, located on the eastern outskirts of Udaypur, Vidisha District, Madhya Pradesh. A tri-lingual inscription of 13 lines carved in relief with the first three lines written in Arabic and Persian in nastaʿlīq script, and the next ten lines written in Sanskrit in nāgarī script. It records the construction of the stepwell by Gokuladāsa and Dāmodaradāsa, sons of Qānungo Haridāsa of Māthura kāyastha family, during the reign of Mughal emperor Shāhjahān (r. 1628-58). The date is given in three different eras—vikrama saṃvat 1701, śaka 1566 and hijri 1054—equivalent to Friday, 13 January, 1645 CE.
Dhār stone slab of with the Rāüla vela of Roḍa
Dhār धार دهار (Madhya Pradesh). Tomb of Shaykh Kamāl al-Dīn (circa 1238-1330)
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 inscription dated AH 836/1433 CE
Singhpur inscription of AH 836 (= 30 May 1433) records in Persian that during the reign of the king of this world, conqueror of Orissa and Jājnagar, Shāh Hūshang, Malik Haybat Nizām Jāshghūrī excavated this “flowing bounty” (i.e. the tank) in the name of Shaykh Burhān, son of Yaqūb.
Ujjain stone inscription (part a)
Mārīcī at Salihundam
Temple at Cong An ប្រាសាទជើងអង with inscriptions on the inner jambs.
Temple at Cong Ang ប្រាសាទជើងអង or Cheung Ang, Cambodia. From N. E.