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South Indian Inscriptions


 

PANDYA INSCRIPTIONS

APPENDIX

No. 1

(A. R. No.  26 of 1930-31.)

Tirukkodikaval, Kumbakonam Taluk, Tanjore District.

On the west wall of the Tirukkotisvara temple.

This record in Tamil is, dated in the 5th regnal year of Maranjadaiyan and states that the assembly of Mahendrakottur including Kanjanur agreed to supply 15 kalam of paddy per year measured by ennalikkal and to arrange for the daily food offerings to god Mahadeva at Tirukkodika, in lieu of 12 kalanju of gold received by them from Paraminakkan of Karanur in Pervur-nadu.

No. 2

(A. R. No.  29 of 1930-31.)

Tirukkodikaval, Kumbakonam Taluk, Tanjore District.

On the south wall of the Tirukkotisvara temple.

This epigraph, dated in the eleventh year of Maranjadaiyan records a gift of 30 kalanju of gold for a lamp in the temple.

It is stated that the original stray stone on which this inscription was engraved, became useless and that this is a copy of the old record (Vide No. 36 of 1930-31)

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