Buddhist remains of Ujjain region: excavations at Ṣoda˝ga
A Report On The Excavations Conducted At Village Sodanga In Ujjain District Of Madhya Pradesh. The Evidance Substantiate That The Site Was An Important Buddhist Centre And Played An Important Role In The History And Culture Of Ujjain Region And Indian As A Whole. 6 Chapters And Several Illustrations Followed By A Bibliography And An Index.
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ascribed to circa Asoka Asokan pillar Aurangazeb Avanti basalt bead bearing Black Polished Ware bowl broken Buddhist Buddhist center buldge central perforation centre century A.D. circular section circular shape coarse fabric coarse grained section coarse section concave decoration excavations externally flaring mouth Fragment of shell Fragment of terracotta funnel mouth Glazed Gupta India iron nail Iron Objects Jaina knob length lotus capital Malwa ware Mauryan polish Medium fabric milky colour mound N.B.P. ware neck of sprinkler Northern Black Polished ornaments outer surface Paramara period phase Plate portion pot-sherd pottery Pratihara rectangular section Red polished Red slip red wash sarvatobhadrika Satavahanas SDG I,2 Section facing south semi-baked semi-circular section shell bangle sherds short neck Skanda Gupta Sodafiga Sodanga spout with funnel square section stone pillar Terracotta disc terracotta seal thick Thin fabric tirthankara Ujjain Ujjayini upper rim vertical vessel votive stupa well-baked white colour