Year 32 Era Vijayamitra? Month Day
C.E. 30/31 Ruler Dynasty
Owner/donor Donor status
Subject School Type relic establishment
Medium stone Findspot Bajaur Agency, Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Pakistan Last known location Ryukoku Museum, Kyoto, Japan
Editions Sadakata 1991, 123–9; Sadakata 1996, 302–5; Salomon 1997.3, 188, 190; Baums 2012, 218 (no. 19) Other refs. Tsukamoto 1996, 955; Falk 1998.2, 86; Salomon 2005.2, 369, 379, 382–3, 385; Falk 2005.2, 347; Radich 2007, 524; Silk 2008, 95; Salomon 2012.2, 165, 170, 184; Jongeward 2012.3, 257 (no. 55); Falk 2014–15, 140; Tarzi+ 2015, 171–2; Baums 2018.4, 63–4, 66
Comments Earlier readings: Sadakata 1991, Sadakata 1996, Salomon 1997, Baums 2012
Avacha ō Viidamitora 32 nen no kokubun
Indo bukkyō himei no kenkyū
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1. iśparasa Viyidamitrasa Avacarajasa aṃteuriae Prahodia nama ime śarira pratiṭhavita

2. vaṣaye duatriśae 20 10 1 1 thuvanavakaṃmike Śirile nama tasa samadravana tasa aṃtevase Aśorakṣide nama se navakaṃmike

Source: Baums 2012
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