Harsol

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Harsol (also spelled Harsola, ancient Harshapura) is a small town in the Prantij taluka of the Sabarkantha district of Gujarat, India.[1] This town has its importance for Harsol inscription, which is related with the Paramara King Siyaka II (also called Harsha).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chokshi, U. M.; Trivedi, M. R. (1989–1991). Gujarat State Gazetteer. Vol. 1. Ahmadabad: Gujarat State. pp. 44, 152. OCLC 26504060. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  2. ^ Dikshit, K. N.; Diskalkar, D. B. (1927–1928). "Two Harsola Copper Plate Grants". Epigraphia Indica. XIX. p. 236. OCLC 15337891. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 

Coordinates: 23°22′N 73°01′E / 23.36°N 73.02°E / 23.36; 73.02