The Indian Analyst

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Hombḷi.─Slab outside the temple of Rāmaliṅga.

Vijayanagara

Vīra Narasiṅgarāya

Śaka 1431, Śukla, Phālguna, śu. 1.

Do.

States that Sahavāsi Honnarasa repaired the temple of god Rāmēśvara at Hoṁboḷe and reconsecrated the deity ; and that Achchappa-Nāyaka, son of Hiriya Ellappa-Nāyaka, made certain gifts of land in addition to the grants made by his father, to the temple.

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Same slab

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Chitrabhānu, Śrā-vaṇa śu. 10.

Do.

States that Pradhāna Mallarasa, son of Honnarasa, constructed the Bhōgamaṇṭapa in the temple of Rāmēśvara.

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Slab in a field called Kāḷina-Hak- kala (Survey No. 19) in the same village.

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In characters of about the 8th century A. D. Records the death of the hero Bādugilti-gāmuṇḍa, while Mārakka- Arasa was governing Banavasi─12,000.

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Same slab

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Do.

Records the death of the hero named Aṇi-Mēṇṭi.

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Jekkināyakankop.─Slab in the field of Sankareppa-Siddaba-sappa-Māḷigi (Survey No. 64).

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Do. (archaic)

Badly damaged. Mentions Chōḷa.

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Kūḍla.─Hero-stone set up out-side the temple of Saṅgamēśvara.

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Ch. Vi. year 49, Vri-takha (?) Kārttikaba. 10, Sunday.

Kannaḍa

Refers to an attack of a fort by a chief. Mentions Mahā- maṇḍalēśvara Tailapa and Permāḍi.

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Māsanakaṭṭi.─Slab set up in the field called Gyāṭina-Hola (Survey No. 58).

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Registers grant of land made by Ellappa Voḍeya to Sēnabōva Vīranārāyaṇa, a resident of Voḷagere, who belonged to the Prathama-śākhā and Bhāradvāja-gōtra.

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Narēgal.─ Slab on the tank-bund near the temp of Sarvēśvara.

Rāshṭrakūṭa

Dōra (Dhruva)

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Published in Ep. Ind., Vol. VI, p. 163, B.

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Slab kept in the same place

Western Chāḷukya

Tribhuvanamalladēva, ruling form
Kalyāṇa.

Pushya, Amāvāsye,Sunday, Vyatīpāta,solar eclipse.

Do.

Records the construction of the temple of Śiva at Nareyaṅgal by Mahāprabhu Kappimayya, the foremost of the ‘Thou- sand’ of the place, when Mahāmaṇḍalēśvara Tailapa was governing Banavase─12,000 and Pānuṅgal─500, and queen Sāvaḷadēvī, the daughter of Maṇḍalēśvara Jōgama-Rāṇa was ruling the agrahāra Nareyaṁgal which she had obtained from the king for her personal enjoyment. Gives a poetic description of Banavāsidēśa and Nareyaṁgal. Also gives in detail the genealogy of Kappimayya and credits him with performing many charitable deeds.

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Beam inside the same temple

Do.

[Tribhuvanamalladēva]

Ch. Vi. year 50,Viśvāvasu, Māgha,
śu. 7, Monday=A. D. 1126, January 3, Sunday (not Monday).

Do.

Registers certain gifts of land by Mahāprabhu Dāsimayya, one of the Thousand (Mahājanas) of Nareyaṅgal for the temple of Sūrya (Sun), constructed by him, when Tailapa was governing Banavāse─12,000 and other maṇḍalas conquered by him, from his capital Pānuṅgal and when the king was ruling from his camp at Mannegere-kere. Also records a gift of land to the goddess Bhaḷāri Chā- muṇḍi-dēvī by ‘The Thousand of the village.’