18 March 1993, a large stone funeral urn was founded in Ancient City " Sriksetra ", the Hpaya Htaung excavation. Total 5 sentences contain 1127 words and 1.07 m Height. The inscription is fortunately not only in Pyu but Sanskrit as well, the script of which can be dated 4th Century. Inscribed around the stone funeral urn is a Pyu-Pali inscription in South Indian characters. The inscription identifies 7 names, presumably kings but the rest of words remain uncertain.
1 - Devamitra ( The Beloved of Gods )
2 - Harivikrama ( The Might of Visnu )
3 - Sihavikrama ( The Courage of Lion )
4 - Suriyavikrama ( The Power of Sun )
5 -Crithuvikrama ( The Protection of Armour )
6 - Jatratatavikrama ( The Terror of Race )
7 - [A] dityavikrama ( The Glory of Sun Race )