Hunan authorities offer $1,500 reward for decoding of ancient Indian coin
Can you decipher the inscriptions on the back of this ancient Indian coin? There's a $1,500 reward in it for you if you can.
Authorities in the province of Hunan are offering a reward of 10,000 Yuan (around $1,500) to anyone who can decode the inscriptions on the reverse of six gold coins from ancient India. The coins are thought to have been minted between 1206 to 1526 during the reign of the Delhi Sultanates and are currently housed in the local museum in the city of Jinshi, Hunan.
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