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|Lauriya-Araraj pillar of Ashoka|
|Period/culture||3rd Century BCE|
|Discovered||26° 33′ 0.82″ N 84° 38′ 51.29″ E|
|Place||Lauriya-Araraj, Champaran, India.|
|Present location||Lauriya Araraj, India|
Despite the similarity of the names, it is located at a distance of 55km to the southeast of the other Ashoka pillar at Lauriya Nandangarh.
Ashoka Major Pillar Edicts on the pillar.
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