Pauni (पौनि), stūpa railing pillar (OBNAG0008) with figures, architectural elements and an inscription (INNAG0008)
Railing pillar (OBNAG0008) from the stūpa, carved with figures, architectural elements and a donative inscription of Nāga.
INIG1326a Pārkanā Inscription of VS 1326a
INIG1326a jyeiṣṭha śudi 10 ravivāra Pārkanā (Guna). On a satī stone north of the village. Number of lines not given, nāgarī, local dialect. Damaged; seems to record the performance of satī at Pātaganā village by Vālha[ghā] probably the wife of paṁ˚ (i.e. paṁḍita) śrī Nāma.
INIG1234 Kadwāhā Inscription of VS 1234
INIG1234 Kadwāhā (Guna). On a ceiling slab in the maṭha. Number of lines not given, nāgarī, Sanskrit. Begins with obeisance to Gaṇapati; purport not clear. Refers to Gosurālaya.
INIG1223 Gudrī Inscription of VS 12223
INIG1223 āṣāḍha śudi 2 budhavāra Gudrī (Shivpuri). On a slab in a niche in a Jaina temple. Number of lines not given, nāgarī, corrupt Sanskrit. Purport not clear; mentions sādhu Ratna.
INIG1150 Gowalior Fort Inscription of VS 1150
INIG1150 Gwalior fort (Gwalior). Two slabs in the porch of the Sās Bahū temple. 22 lines (right side) + 21 lines (left side), old nāgarī, Sanskrit. Describes the construction of and donations to Padmanātha (i.e. Viṣṇu) by the Kacchapaghāta ruler Mahīpāladeva. The main kings of the Kacchapaghāta dynasty are given in the inscription as: Lakṣmaṇa and his son Vajradāman (who defeated the king of Kannauj and conquered Gopādri); Maṅgalarāja; Kīrtirāja and his son Mūladeva (known as Bhuvanapāla and Trailokyamalla) who married Devavṛttā; his son Padmapāla; his heir Sūryapāla and his son Mahīpāla Bhuvanaikamalla who was a brother of Padmapāla. Composed by Maṇikaṇṭa, son of Govinda and the grandson of Rāma; written by Digambara Yaśodeva and inscribed by Padma Siṁhavāja and Māhula, sons of Devasvāmin.
INIG1145 Dubkund Inscription of VS 1145
INIG1145 bhādrapada śudi 3 Dubkund (Sheopur). On a slab from the ruins of a Jaina temple. 61 lines, old nāgarī, Sanskrit. Genealogy of Kacchapaghāta mahārāja Vikramasiṁha. Arjunasiṁha, son of Yuvarāja, killed Rājyapāla (of Kannauj) at the insistence of Vidyādhara, the Candella ruler at Khajurāho. The son of Arjuna was Abhimanyu (in the time of Bhoja) and the son of Abhimanyu was Vijayapāla and that of Vijayapāla was Vikramasiṁha. Composed by Vijayakīrti son of Śāntiṣeṇa written by Udayarāja and incised by Tīlhaṇa. Now in the Archaeological Museum, Gwalior.
INIG1138 Kadwāhā Inscription of VS 1138
INIG1138 Kadwāhā (Guna). On a loose slab in the ruins of the maṭha. 4 lines, nāgarī, Hindi. Broken and not legible.
INIG1134 Kadwāhā Inscription of VS 1134
INIG1134 āśvina 2 guruvāra Kadwāhā (Guna).On a slab in a temple. 1 line, nāgarī, Hindi. Records only the year and day.
INIG1122 Pachrāi Inscription of VS 1122
INIG1122 Pachrāi (Shivpuri). On slab in a shrine of Śāntinātha. 8 lines, nāgarī, corrupt Sanskrit. Mentions one Harirāja and his son Raṇamāla (i.e. Raṇapāla). Begins with a verse in praise of Śāntinātha; refers to Bālacaṁdra, the disciple of Subhanaṁdi belonging to Kuṁdakuṁdasaṁtāna and Deśikagaṇa. Mentions the ruler Raṇapāla and his forbears Harirāja and Bhīma. Gives the genealogy of a person named Maheśvara belonging to Parapāṭānvaya. His son was [De]vi and his son was Rājana, who is stated to have made the kīrtti. At end mentions two goṣṭhikas one of which was Jasahaḍa.
INIG1106 Shivpuri Inscription of VS 1106
INIG1106 Shivpuri (Shivpuri). On a black marble slab lying in the forest near a ruined Vaiṣṇava temple west of Shivpuri. Particulars not given. Records the construction of the temple in the time of Vijayapāla Kacchapaghāta.