||Copper Plates Inscription
||Indian Museum, Kolkata
||Ganjam, Badakhimedi Estate, Odisha
||Badakhimedi Estate, Ganjam, Odisha
|Period / Year of Work
||C.9th century C.E.
||16.7 cm X 7.6 cm,Ring (diameter) 10 cm, Seal 2.8 cm.
||A set of three copper plates with Brahmi script. A ring with
a seal is attached. The seal depicts a stylized couchant
bull. Above it a crescent and below it a lotus. The plates
belong to Eastern Ganga king Jayavarmma. The ruler is
described as a devout worshipper of Mahesvara. The script is
southern class of alphabet of about 9th century.