The Indian Analyst

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TIRUCHIRAPALLI DISTRICT─contd.
TIRUCHIRAPALLI TALUK─contd.
Śrīrangam─contd.

 

 

 

 

 

113

Same place

Chōḷa

Tribhuvanachakravartin Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷadēva.

[19th ] year (in words)

Tamil

Commences with the introduction Pugalśūlnda puṇari, etc. Records the assignment, by sale, of one vēli of fallow land (see No. 112─above) by the Ālvārkanmis to Uḍaiyār Kārāṇi Vilupparaiyar of Turumūr in Aṇḍanāḍu included in Rārāyap-Pāṇḍināḍu, free of any levy for the first five years and a stipulated levy of paddy thereafter every year payable to the śrībhaṇḍāram.

114

Do.

Do.

Do.

15th year (in words)

Do.

Commences with the introduction Pugalmādu viḷaṅga, etc. Records a sale of one vēli of land for 2 kāśu paid into the śrībhaṇḍāram to Kārāṇai Vilupparaiyan alias Ādināthan of Turumūr (see previous number). The land is said to have been sold at the instance of Nishadarājan, an officer in the temple.

115

Do,

Do.

Do.

41st year

Do.

Portion lost. Only the introduction Pugalśūlnda puṇari, etc., is traceable.

116

Do.

Do.

Do.

48th year

Do.

Damaged and fragmentary. Commences with the intro-duction Pugalmādu viḷaṅga, etc. Registers the sale of six of land freed from all taxes for a flower garden stipul-ating payment of paddy measured by the Paḷḷikoṇḍān-marakkāl at the rate of 8 kalams for every vēli of land into the śrībhaṇḍāram.

117

Do.

Do.

Do.

….

Do.

Fragmentary. Contains the Pugalśūlnda puṇari, etc., praśasti. Records the sale of some land to Vaiśravaṇa-Bhaṭṭar alias Kāśyapan Kaṇṇan of Nārāyaṇan of Tiruveḷḷarai, a brahmadēya village situated in Vaḍavali-nāḍu, a sub-division of Ulagamuluduḍaiyāḷ-nāḍu.

118

Do.

Do.

Do.

20th year

Do.

Commences with the introduction Pugalśūlnda puṇari, etc. Records the assignment by sale by the order (ōlai) of Vīra Vichchādira Mūvēndavēḷār, the Śrīkāryam officer of the temple, of two plots of land together equal to one vēli in area, and situated in Taṇḍarai and Kāraikkuḍi which were both dēvadāna villages, to Rajēndrachōḷa-Adityamān alias Araiyan Śēñan of Ponparri for one kāśu paid into the śrībhaṇḍāram. The lands sold are stated to have been rendered unfit for cultivation due to their being buried under sand on account of the overflow of the Kāvērī.

119

Do. Same wall, west of Uppuṭūr Alvar Chetty entrance.

Do.

Do.

40th year

Do.

Registers the assignment by sale of Tirumaḍippaḷḷi land in Kāraikkudi in Viḷānāḍu, a sub-division of Kēraḷāntaka- vaḷanādu which had been rendered unfit for cultivation for a century by the overflow of the Kāvērī (see No. 112 above) to Sīrāḷan Tiruchchirrambalm-uḍaiyān alias Vīra Vichchādira Mūvēndavēḷār, stipulating a quantity of paddy at the rate of 8 kalams per vēli of land measured by the measure Rājakēsari to be made over to the temple treasury. A reference is made to the recited of the Tiruvāymoli in the temple.