(B.K. No. 70 of 1928-29)
BILGI, BILGI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT
On a stone built into a wall of the well called
Ibrahim Ad Ishah, 1605 A.D.
This is dated Saka 1526, Krodhi, Magha su. 2,
Friday, Dhanishtha-nakshatra. The
details of the date correspond to 1605 A.D., January 11.
The sultan of Bijapur is refered to as the son of Ali Adishah.
It records the completion of a charitable well at
Bilagi by Khanderaya-pandita, who was holding the thane under Vajira,
Khane-Ajam, Yakuta-khana who was in charge of the Bilagi-samatha as Mokhasi.
It is stated that the digging of the well was started on Saka
1525, Subhakrit, Adhika-Ashadha paurnami, Monday, Mula-nakshatra,
corresponding t0 1603 A.D., June 13. The cyclic year was, however, Sobhana. Of
(B.K. No. 71 of 1928-29)
TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT
On another stone in the same place
Ibrahim Adil Shah, 1605 A.D.
This record in Marathi language and Nagari
characters, is another version of the above inscription.
(B.K. No. 202 of 1928-29)
ANNIGERI, NAVALGUND TALUK,
On a slab set up near as well called Hudeda-bhavi
Muhammad Shah, 1646 A.D.
This is dated Saka 1567, Vyaya, Margasira su. 3,
Sunday, corresponding to 1646 A.D., November 29, Sunday f.d.t.’32. The
Saka year was current.
The ruling king is apparently Muhammad Shah, the Adilshahi Sultan who is refered to by the
Hindu prasasti and stated to be the overlord of the kingdom of
vidyapura, i.e., Bijapur.
It records the grant of a cowl exempting the
taxes for a peiod of twelve years to the chiefs and representatives of
Rustumpethe, newly built in Annigere-sime by Rustummajamasaheba, son of
Ranadullakana-saheba, who was the agent of the Sultan.