- The inscriptions dating from 1046 CE reveal that 64 bronze " nayanmar " statues were installed in the temple.
- The 1046 CE Tilakawada copper plate inscription states that Bhoja's general Suraditya stabilized his royal fortune by slaughtering one Sahavahana in a battle.
- The 1046 CE Chamba, but this identification is doubtful, considering the distance between Chamba and Malwa, and the fact that the ruler of Chamba was not powerful enough to destabilize Bhoja's kingdom.
- It is dated 1103 VS, and the exact date corresponds to 17 November 1046 CE . The two plates were discovered in May 1917 by swimmers and divers in the bed of the Narmada river at Tilakwada, Gujarat.
- Rajadhiraja, eager to subdue the rising power of the Western Chalukyas and to restore Chola influence with the Eastern Chalukyas in Vengi, personally led an expedition into the Telugu country in 1046 CE . He defeated the Western Chalukya forces in a battle at Dannada on the river Krishna and set fire to their fort.