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Epigraphical Studies in India - Sanskrit and Dravidian

Important Discoveries in the recent past
Chandigarh

 

STONE INSCRIPTION, CHANDIGARH, DISTRICT CHANDIGARH

This stone inscription is now preserved in the Government Museum and Art Gallery at Chandigarh. The find-spot of the inscription is not known. The record is dated in Vikrama 1[6]54 (1597 A.D.) and it is in Sanskrit language and Nagari characters. This inscription furnishes the genealogy of a ruling family mentioning the names of Raja Jagadasha[Chandra], his son Vikramasimha, his son Rajasimha, his son Dilipasimha and his son (name lost). It records the erection of a sopana (flight of steps) by a lady whose name is not clear.


 
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