Barli Ajmer

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Barli (बडली) (Badli) is a Village in Bhinay Tehsil in District Ajmer, Rajasthan.

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Barli fragmentary Inscription of 443 BC

Dr Gauri Shankar Hirachandra Ojha obtained in 1912 a fragmentary Inscription of year 443 BC which along with Piprava Inscription of 487 BC are the most ancient Indian Inscriptions. It is in Brahmi script and preserved in Ajmer Museum.[1]

Dr Ozha writes that this small inscription is piece of pillar. In its first line , the words 'वीर' (T) 'य भागव(त)' and in the second line, the words 'चतुरासिति व (स)' are inscribed. [2]

Piprawa is a village in the Basti district of Uttar Pradesh.

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  1. Aitihasik Sthanavali by Vijayendra Kumar Mathur, p.602
  2. Āgama and Tripiṭaka: Language and literature By Nagraj (Muni.), Bhūpendra Swarup Jain

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