Harsol (also spelled Harsola, ancient Harshapura) is a small town in the Prantij taluka of the Sabarkantha district of Gujarat, India. This town has its importance for Harsol inscription, which is related with the Paramara King Siyaka II (also called Harsha).
- 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.
- Dikshit, K. N.; Diskalkar, D. B. (1927–1928). "Two Harsola Copper Plate Grants". Epigraphia Indica. XIX. p. 236. OCLC 15337891. Retrieved 17 May 2013.
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