... sides containing a little muddy water ; the stone is found near the surface. The temple faces east. Close to and alongside it must have stood another similar temple, of which ruins now exist. This temple (and also the last) was Saivic, as the argha... Archaeological Survey of India Reports - Page 124by Archaeological Survey of India - 1878Full view
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J. D. Beglar - Bundelkhand - 1878 - 252 pages
...temple (and also the last) was Saivic, as the argha which contained the lingarn still exists in ģitu ; this argha contains an old inscription. The inscribed...and a half feet broad at one end, and two feet ten inches at the other, with straight sides : it bears two distinct inscriptions. The first inscription...