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South Indian Inscriptions


 

SOUTH INDIAN INSCRIPTIONS

VOLUME XVII

INSCRIPTIONS COLLECTED DURING 1903 - 1904

Telugu Chola

Punyakumara

No. 414.

(A. R. No. 384 of 1904).

Ramesvaram, Proddaturu Taluk, Cudappah District.

On two faces of a pillar set up in the courtyard of

the temple of Ramalingesvara  temple. Punyakumara Year 5

Published in S.I.I., Vol. X, No. 599.

 

Alluntikkaraisan alias Gandagopala

No. 706.

(A. R. No. 649 of 1904).

Ramagiri, Tiruvallur Taluk, Chingleput District.

On the west wall of the Bhairava shrine in the Valisvara temple.

Alluntikkaraisan alias Gandagopala. Year 4 : 1255 A.D.


The details of date, viz., Makara 25, ba. 8, Sunday, Visakha corresponds to 1255 A.D. January 3, Sunday, f.d.n. ’59.
This incomplete inscription stops after mentioning Ninraiyur-nadu, a district in Kunravattana-kottam, a subdivision of Jayangondasola-mandalam.

 

Vikramaditya

 

No. 423.

(A. R. No. 393 of 1904).

Malepadu, Kamalapuram Taluk, Cuddapah District.

On two faces of a pillar lying near a well west of the village.

This is engraved in archaic characters and it reads from the bottom to the top.

It mentions that Satyaditya  of the Kasyapa-gotra, son of Saktikomara Vikramaditya the great lord, and the grandson of the glorious Chola-Maharajadhiraja Vikramaditya while ruling the siddhi one thousand and the Renandu seven thousand  gave to Revasarmma of the Kasyapa-gotra and a resident of Komaripara, five maruntru of land at Chirumburu.

Published in Ep.   Ind., Vol. XI.  Page 345.

No. 430.

(A. R. No. 400 of 1904).

Chilamakuru, Kamalapuram Taluk, Cuddapah District.

On three faces of a pillar lying in front of the Agastyesvara temple. Vikramaditya.

Published in Ep. Ind., Vol. XI,  pp. 345.

Vijayagandagopala

 

No. 756.

(A. R. No. 699 of 1904).

Tirumullaivayal, Walajapet Taluk, Chingleput District.

On the west wall of the first prakara of the Kharapurisvara temple.

Vijayagandagopala.  Undated.

This inscription records the gift of 4 veli of land in Tirupparkadal, as devadana, along with the income from all levies to the deity Tirukkarapuram-udaiya nayanar at Tirupparkadal, by Vijayagandagopala alias Madurantaka-Pottappichchola.

No. 768.

(A. R. No. 711 of 1904).

Tirumala (Tirupati), Chandragiri Taluk, Chittoor District.

On the south wall of the first prakara (called Mukkotti-ekadasi-pradakshina)

in the Venkatesa-perumal temple. Vijayagandagopala.

Published in T. T. Devasthanam Inscriptions, Vol. I, No.67.

Viragandagopala

No. 716.

(A. R. No. 659 of 1904).

Ramagiri, Tiruvallur Taluk, Chingleput District.

On the south wall of the mandapa in front of the Bhairava shrine in the Valisvara temple.

Viragandagopala. Year 3 : 1294 – 95 A.D.

This inscription records the gift of 16 buffaloes left under the charge of the Sivabrahmanas of the temple, by Nakula[n] Viluppadarayan, a mudali of Viranarasingadeva-yadavaraya who bear the birudas Rajasraya and Sasikula-chalukki for burning a perpetual lamp in the temple of Tirukkarikarai-pillaiyar, at Ninraiyur-nadu in Kunravattana-kottam, a division of Jayangondasola-mandalam.

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