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Early Gupta Inscriptions

Archaeological Links

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SOUTH INDIAN INSCRIPTIONS

VOLUME XVII

INSCRIPTIONS COLLECTED DURING 1903 - 1904

NAYAKAS OF TANJORE

Achyutappa-Nayaka

No. 581.

(A. R. No. 536 of 1904).

Tiruvaur, Nagapattinam Taluk, Tanjore District

On another slab built into the floor of the first prakara, north of the central shrine in the Tyagarajasvamin temple. Achyutappa-Nayaka 1564 A.D. (?)

This inscription is dated in S. 1482, Rudhirodgarin Panguni 29. The saka and the cyclic years do not tally. Rudhirodgarin falls in Saka 1485.

This seems to record the grant of income from levies such as araimanai sodi, adhikar [kadaikkuttu], and sodi-puravagai as sarvamanya, for the merit of his father Sevvappa Nayaka of Nedungunram by Achyutappa Nayaka. Other details are lost as the inscription is damaged.

 

 

 

 

 

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