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The inscription is located at the base of the statue
Set-Mahet Bodhisattva inscription Kanishka or Huvishka period.

The inscription reads:
"In the ..... th year of the Maharaja, the Devaputra Kanishka (or Huvishka?) in the month of ...... on the 10th day, on the date specified above, a Bodhisattva, an umbrella and a stick, the gift of the monk Bala, aho knows the Tripitaka, a companion of the monk Pushya(vriddhi), (have been set up) at Sravasti, at the place where the Lord (ie Buddha) used to walk, in the Kosambakuti, at the property of the teachers of the school of Sarvastivadins."

Epigraphia Indica VIII p.181
Source Epigraphia Indica VIII] Published 1905
Author ASI 1905


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