The inscription is carved on a tall boulder in the Brahmin script and Sanskrit language. The inscription belongs to the Kshatrapa period in circa 3rd century A.D. The inscribed stone boulder actually served as a memorial stone erected in the memory of Venijung’s son, who sacrificed his life for his friend. The inscribed stone has recently been installed in the sub circle office of the Archaeological Survey of India.
22° 14' 28.57'' N, 68° 57' 46.24'' E