Votive inscription on a standing figure of Ambikā

Author: Michael WILLIS

Votive inscription on a standing figure of Ambikā

Community: Paramāra epigraphy
Uploaded on November 6, 2017
February 10, 2020
Inscription of Bhoja on a standing figure of Ambikā

Author: Michael WILLIS

Standing figure of Ambikā from Dhār.

Community: Paramāra epigraphy
Uploaded on November 6, 2017
February 10, 2020
Standing figure of Ambikā with an inscription of Bhoja

Author: H. V. Trivedi

Standing figure of Ambikā from Dhār. Collection of the British Museum, no. 1909,1224.1

Community: Paramāra epigraphy
Uploaded on November 6, 2017
February 10, 2020
INIG1338g Banglā Inscription of VS 1338g

Author: M. B. Garde

INIG1338g caitra śudi 7 Banglā (Shivpuri). On a memorial stone. 16 lines, old nāgarī, Sanskrit. Records, in verse and prose, that rāyarāuta gajavāharāuta Vāndana, son of rāuta Deva and grandson of rāuta Bhoja fought on the banks of the Volukā or Valuā in a battle against the Chandilla mahārāja Vīravarman on behalf of mahārāja Gopāla.

Uploaded on November 6, 2017
October 31, 2019
INIG1145 Dubkund Inscription of VS 1145

Author: Alexander Cunningham

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.

Uploaded on November 6, 2017
October 18, 2019