Coin of King Ishanavarman

Illustration

Dr Avantika Lal
by CNG Coins
published on 02 May 2019
Coin of King Ishanavarman

This coin was issued by the Maukhari king Ishanavarman (c. sixth century CE). It shows a diademed bust on one side, with a crescent on the diadem, probably representing the king himself. The other side has a peacock with its head turned left and wings and tail spread out. The legend below mentions the name Ishanavarman.

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