In accordance to authorities, 400 Mughalera cash have been found whereas a temple in this metropolis’s Nanauta neighborhood was being constructed. A few employees got here upon the cash on Sunday night time whereas getting ready the floor for the building of a boundary wall at the Sati Dham temple in Hussainpur village, in accordance to Superintendent of Police (Rural) Sagar Jain.
The police arrived at the scene after studying of the discover and took possession of the cash, he continued.
In accordance with Mr. Jain, cash with Arabic-language inscriptions have been in circulation throughout the Mughal period.
The SP acknowledged that the cash might be examined by the archaeological division to find out what metallic was used to make them.