This inscription is from Po Nagar temple, Vietnam, dated to the year 965 AD. It is now housed in the National Museum of Vietnamese History. The full inscription (of which this is only a part) says, "In circa 703-706 Caka-Cham calendar (781-784 CE), King Satyavarman erected a linga to Shiva and made his nephew King Vikrantavarman.
In 887 Caka-Cham calendar (965 CE), King Jaya Indravarman I erected the new statue of the deity Bhagavti (Uma) in stone to replace the missing one that was made in 840 (918 CE) in gold."