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BOMBAY - KARNATAKA INSCRIPTIONS

THE CHALUKYAS OF KALYANA

No. 18 (Page No 15)

(B. K. No. 57 of 1935-36)

SAUNDATTI, PARASAGAD TALUK, BELGAUM DISTRICT

On a slab set up in the Basti-gudi  Taila II A.D. 980

The record is dated Saka 902, Vikrama, Paushya, su.  10, Thursday, Uttarayana-Sankranti. The Sankranti occurred on Thursday, December 23, A.D. 980.  The tithi was, however, su. 14 on that day and not su. 10 as stated in the record. 

The inscription registers the grant of 150 mattars of land by the Ratta chief Santivarmarasa to the Jaina monastery (basadi) caused to be constructed by him at Sugandhavarti (i.e., modern Saundatti).  The genealogy of this chief is given.  The gift was entrusted to Bahubali-bhattaraka.  It also records another gift of 150 mattars of land by the chief’s mother Nijiyabharasi to the same monastery.

The record is published in JBBRAS. Vol. X, p. 204.

No.19 (Page No 18)

(B. K. No.59 of 1937-38)

RUGI, INDI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Stone standing near the front wall of the Hanuman temple

(front and right sides) Ayyanadeva A.D. 1015

This is dated Saka 936, Ananda, Phalguna, Amavasya, Sunday, Samkranti, corresponding to A.D.1015, February 20, Sunday, f.d.t. 56.  The Mina samkranti occurred on the following day.

The record gives a genealogical account of the Chalukya dynasty in the beginning commencing from Ranaraga, son of Jayasimha I, and ending with vasudhaikamalla Ayyanadeva.

It registers a gift of 60 mattars of land, three gardens, one oil-mill and three shops, by Mahasamanta Devanarasa described as the brother of the king, to god Nagaresvara.  Moradiya Chamundayya, the Senabova, wrote the record.  It mentions chandrasekharacharya of Nagaresvara temple and also certain other individuals.

No. 20 (Page No 20)

(B. K. No. 92 of 1935-36)

SIDENUR, HIREKERUR TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT.

On a slab set up close to the temple of Kallesvara  

Jagadekamalla I (Jayasimha II) – A.D. 1015

This badly damaged record is dated Saka 937, Rakshasa, Uttarayana, [Paurnamasi], corresponding to December 24, A.D. 1015.

It seems to record certain gifts made by several Gavundas of Sidiyanuru, when Mahamandalesvara Kali Katimayyarasa was governing Banavasi 12,000 and his subordinate va[vana]rasa was administering Sattalige-70. 

No. 21 (Page No 21)

(B. K. No. 58 of 1937-38)

RUGI, INDI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Stone standing near the front wall of the Hanuman temple (back and left sides)

Jagadekamalla I (Jayasimha II) A.D. 1019

The record is dated Saka 941, Siddharthin, Paushya, ba. 10 Thursday, Uttarayana-samkranti corresponding regularly to December 24, A.D. 1019.

It records that while the king was ruling from Etagiri, and his son Mahasamanta Dasarasa was governing the eighteen agraharas including Ruvige, situated in Tarddavadi-nadu, Mahasamanta Dhanasangrahayyarasa of the Selara family made a gift of land to God Nagaresvara of Aneya-Ruvige, for worship and offerings as also for the maintenance of the ascetics of the place.  The gift was entrusted to Balachandrapandita.

The king is stated to have been ruling from his capital (nelevidu) Etagiri. 

No.22 (Page No 23)

(B. K. No. 26 of 1936-37)

GOLLAGERI, SINGI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Slab lying in front of the village Chavadi  

Jagadekamalla I (Jayasimha II) A.D. 1027

The record is dated Saka 9[50], Pra[bhava], vaisakha su, [8], Monday,  corresponding to A.D. 1027, April 16, the weekday, however, being Sunday and not Monday.  The Saka year was current.

It registers a grant of land to the temple built by Bachagaunda, by Mahasamanta Dandanatha Rebbarasa.  The gift land was situated in his manya at Gollageri. 

No.23 (Page No 24)

(B. K. No. 25 of 1936-37)

DEVUR, SINDGI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Slab set up in the horse-site to he left of the Ramesvara temple  

Jagadekamalla I (Jayasimha II) – A.D. 1029

The record is dated  Saka 951, Sukla, Pushya, ba.1, Wednesday, Uttarayana-samkranti, corresponding regulatory to A.D. 1029, December 24.

It records a gift, by the queen Suggaladevi of certain lands to Bramarasipandita of the Pasupata school, for worship and offering to god Marasinghevara of Devapura and also for maintaining ascetics and students.

No.24 (Page No 25)

(B. K. No. 116 of 1938-39)

ADUR, HANGAL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab standing in a field to the west of the village  

Jagadekamalla I (Jayasimha II) – A.D. 1034-35

The badly damaged record is dated Saka 956, Bhava, Samkranti, Sunday.  In the given year, corresponding to A.D. 1034-35 no samkranti occurred on a Sunday.  The date cannot as such be verified.

It records that when Mahamatya [Perggade Mqadimayya] was administrating Bamavasi 12,000 (including Santalige 1000) and Mahamndalesvara Mayurvarmma was governing the Panumgal-500, gifts of land and garden, etc., were made to the temple of Banasamkaradeva by certain individuals, whose names are not clear.  It gives the genealogical account of a certain Barma and seems to describe the glory of vamadeva who was the disciple of Devarasi Jiyya and sthandadhipa of Svayambhu temple. This Vamadeva was possibly the donee.

No.25 (Page No 27)

(B. K. NO. 73 of 1937-38)

TADAVALGA, INDI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Stone now used as door frame of the central shrine of the Hanuman temple  

Jayasimha II – A.D.  1037—38

The record is badly damaged, the ends of all the lines being mutilated.  There are two dates, but both are incomplete (1) . . . .   pushya, Amavasya, eclipse. (2). . . . . isvara, Samkranti.  The latter date, falling in the reign period of the king corresponds to A.D. 1037-38.

The record contains the eulogy of a subordinate chief (name lost).  It mentions Revana_bhatta and seems to record a gift of land on the latter date. 

No.26 (Page No 28)

(B. K. NO. 92 of 1936-37)

BIJAPUR, BIJAPUR TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Slab No. 47 in the Archaeological Museam  

Jagadekamalla I  (Jayasimha II) – A.D.  1040

The record is dated Saka 962 Vikrama, Uttarayana-samkranti corresponding to A.D.1040, December 24 which was Wednesday.

It registers gift of land, house-site, oil-mill and garden to God Mulasthana-Mahadeva at Benakanakavittage situated near Sindige-12 which was a Kampana, by Perggade Melayya, in the presence of Manneya Nayimarasa and Mahasamanta Mukarasa.  The latter, who is stayed Banavasipuravaresvara, is stated to have been administering the melalke of  Pagarite-nadu. 

No.27 (Page No 29)

(B. K. NO. 55 of 1936-37)

KANNOLLI, SINDGI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Slab built into the left wall of the Hanuman temple  

Jagadekamalla I  (Jayasimha II) – A.D.  1041

This is dated Saka 962, Vikrama. Magha, ba.9, Thursday, corresponding to A.D. 1041, January 29.

It records a gift of land to Vamasaktipandita, for the worship of god Bhogesvara of Kannavalli by Mahasamanta Gopalarasa who was administering Kannavalli, Mention is made of the nelevidu of Pottalakere. 

No.28 (Page No 30)

(B. K. NO. 76 of 1938-39)

KAMDOLLI, KUNDGOL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab standing in the Siddeshwara temple  

Jagadekamalla I  (Jayasimha II) – date lost

This badly worn out record refers itself to the reign of Jagadekamalla Jayasimha and to a Mahamandaleswara, Prachanda-dandanayaka (name lost).  The date and other details of the record are lost.  Only the imprecatory portion is extant.

No.29  (Page No 31)

(B. K. NO. 88 of 1938-39)

KUNDGOL, KUNDGOL TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Broken slab lying in a field called Brahmadevara-hola,

about two miles from the village Ahavamalla (Somesvara) – A.D.  1044

This badly damaged record is dated Saka 965, Tarana, Chaitra, su. 5, Tuesday,  corresponding to A.D. 1044, March 6, Tuesday, f.d.t. 15, the Saka year being current.

The inscription seems to record gifts of land, house-site, etc.  It mentions Bhalachandresvaradeva. 

No.30 (Page No 32)

(B. K. NO. 6 of 1936-37)

ALMEL, SINDGI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Slab set up in the temple of Pavadi Basappa  

Trailokyamalla (Somesvara I) – A.D.  1044

This badly damaged record is dated Saka 966, Tarana, Pushya, su. 2, Monday, Uttarayana-Samkranti corresponding to A.D. 1044, December 24.

It refers to a Mahasamanta (name lost) who is described as the Lord of Tagaranagara, as ruling at Elamela and records a gift of land to the temple of Uttareswara. It mentions Brahmarasi. 

No.31 (Page No 33)

(B. K. NO. 117 of 1938-39)

ADUR, HANGAL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab standing near the Kalamesvara temple  

Trailokyamalla (Somesvara I) – A.D.  1044-45

This record is dated  Saka 966, Tarana, samkssranti, the other details being lost. It Corresponds to A.D. 1044-45.

It records a gift of land to god Kalesvara, probably by Barmagavunda, when Mahamandalesvara Mayuravarma of the Kadamba family was governing Panumgal 500 division and Dandanayaka Echayyabhatta was administering Pandiyur.  The record gives the genealogical account of the donor. 

No. 32 (Page No 35)

(B. K. No . 93 of 1938-39)

KUYIBAI, KUNDGOL, TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT  

Slab set up near the mosque close to the village Chavadi  

Trailokyamalla  (Somesvara I )----A. D. 1045

The extant de tails of the date of this badly damaged record are  Sake 967, Pa . . . ., Uttarayana– samkranti.  The intended date might be A. D. 1045, December 24.

It seems to record a gift to a basadi at Kuyyabala by certain gavundas.  It mentions Guna[bhadra] Siddhantideva and his female disciple Monimati kanti. The details are all lost.

No. 33 (Page No 36)

(B. K. No, 56  of  1935-36)

SAUDATTI, PARASAGAD TALUK, BELGAUM DISTRICT

Slab fixed in the left wall of the  Ankesvara temple  

[Someivara I ] ----A, D. 1048-49

This badly damaged record is dated Sake 970 corresponding to A.D. 1048-49 A.D., All other details of date, ext, being lost. It falls in the reign – period of Somesvara I who is perhaps the king mentioned in the beginning. It refers to a feudatory. 

No. 34 (Page No 37)

(B, K, No. 73 of 1935 –36)

KALKERI, HANGAL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab set up near the temple of Somevara  

Trailokyamalla  ( Somesvara I )--- A.D. 1053

This record is dated Saka 975. Vijaya, pushya, punname Sunday, Samkranti. The Details are irregular. The full moon day occurred on Tuesday, December 28, A.D.1053,and the Samkranti (i.e. Makara Samkranthi) occurred on Friday, December 24.

The inscription records a gift of toll – income to god Somesvara of Kalkere, for Offerings and burning oil- lamp, by the several officers of Kupputurathane and the Tilivalliya things at the command of Mahamatya Somanathayya, the perggade of Vaddaravula Mahamatya Vavanayya, the perggade of perjjumka and Mabamandalesvara Kirtivarmmadeva. 

No. 35 (Page No 38)

(B.K.No.69 of 1935-36)

KALKERI, HANGAL TALUR, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab set up in the temple of Basaranna  outside the village  

Trailokyamalla (someivara I ) ---A. D. 1055

This record is dated Saka 077, Manmatha  Pushya su. 5, Sunday, Uttarayana Samkranti. The Samkranti occurred on Monday, 25th December. A.D. 1055, when the tithi was su. 4 and su. 5.

The inscription records gift of lands to God Somesvara, for  offerings, oil – lamp, Etc., by Barmma – gavunda when Chalukya – Ka[li]-Ganga – permanadi- Vikramadityadeva bearing the epithets Kongulivarmma-Dharmma-maharajadhiraja, Kolalapuravaesvara and Nandagirinatha was governing  the GangavadI- 96000, Mahamatya Naranayya was preggade  of Banavasi –12000, Mallarasa was nalgavunda of Basavura-140 and Barmmayya, of son of Sovaga was the urggavnnda of Bengeri. The gift was entrusted to Pasupatideva. 

No. 36 (Page No 39)

(B. K. No.10 of 1936-37)

BALAGANUR, SINDGI TALUK, BIJAPUS DISTRICT

Slab built into the outer to the Chandesvara temple  

Trailokyamalla (Somesvare I ) ---A.D. 1056-57

The available details of date of this damaged  record are Saka 97[8], Durmukhi-Bhadrapada, Sunday, corresponding to A.D.1056-57.

It refers to a certain Mabamandalesvara (name lost) and seems to record a gift of land, Etc,by certain individuals. The record is badly worn out and the details are lost. 

No. 37 (Page No 40)

(B. K. No, 17 of 1937-38)

CHADCHAN, INDI TALUR, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Two faces of a rectangular stone  standing in front of the village Chavadi  

Trailokyamalla ( somesvsra I) ----A.D. 1857

This badly damaged record is dated saka [9] 79,[Hema]lambi, Chaitra, punname, Sunday, lunar eclipse and Mesha – samkranti corresponding to A. D. 1057, March 23.

Records a gift of land money by Mahamandaleavara Bijjarasa, described as probably to The same temple by Dharmasiva – Bhatara.

No. 38 (Page No 42)

( B. K. No, 91 of 1938-39)

KUYIHA, KUSPGOL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Broken slab standing  close to the village Chavadi  

Trailokyamalla (Somesvara I ) ----A. D. 1058

This badly damaged record is dated Saka 980, Vilambi, Pushya, su .. Sunday -Uttarayana- samkranti.  The samkranti occurred in A. D. 1058,  December 24, when The week – day was Thursday and the tithi was su, 7.  

The inscription records a gift of land to god Jogesvara (?) by Mahasamanta  ladrakesiyarasa who was governing  over Purigere-300 division as Rashtrakutaka, And others. It mentions Tantrapala Chavundamayya who was also perhaps a donor. The gift was made over to Lokabharana-pandita.

The second part of the record registers a gift of land to the same god at Kuyillabala, by certain gaundas whose names are lost Lokabharana-pandita was The recipient of this gift. This is dated in the month of Sravana, su, 11, Monday, Other details not being given. The date cannot be verified. 

No.39 (Page No 44)

( B. K. No. 23of 1936 –37)

DEVOR, SINDGI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Slab built into the ceiling at the main entrance into the Kamesvara temple  

Trailokyamalla (Somesvara I ) ----A. D. 1064

This record is dated Saka 986, Krodhi, Pushya, su. 13, Friday, Uttarayana-samkranti corresponding regularly to A. D. 1064, December 24.

The record registers a gift of 60 mattlars of land to god Marnsimgesvara of Devapure, For worship and the benefit of ascetics and students, by Mahasamanta (Va) rarasa Who obtained the gift –land from Mahamandalesvara Trailokyamalla-Nolamba- Pallavapermanadi-Jayasingadeva who was governing at Taldavadi- nadu. The gift was Entrusted to Jnanarasi-pandita of pasupata school. 

No. 40 (Page No 45)

(B. K. No.48 of 1937- 38)

MABASABALLI, INDI TALUE, BIJAPUR  DISTRICT

Slab built into the wall of the Patil ' s house near Lakshmi temple  

Trailokyamalla (Somasvara I ) – A.D.1066

This record is dated Saka 988, Parabhava, pushya, su, 5, Sunday, Uttarayana-samkranti corresponding regularly  to A.D.1066, December 24.

It registers the gift of the village Marasimganapallifor feeding the ascetics and students of the matha attached to Uttaresvara temple of Elemela and also foe their Medicines and charity house, by the prince Trailokyamalla-nolamba – Pallava-Permadi-jayasimhadeva, who was governing Tarddavadi –1000. the gift was entrusted to Somes vara-Pandita of Pasupata school.

No.41 (Page No 46)

( B. K. NO. 129 of 1935-36 )

BANAVASI, SIRSI TALUK, NORTH KANARA DISTRICT

Slab set up to the left of the Virabhadradeva shrine in the compound of

The Madhukesavara temple Trailokyamalla  ( Somesvara  1 )---A.D.  1068

This Record is dated Saka 990, Kilaka, Chaitra, su. 13, the other details being Lost. It corresponds to A. D. 1068, March 19, when the week-day was Wednesday.

The first 17 lines of the record are published in Epigraphia  Indica, Vol. XVI, pp. 353ff. It refers to Mahamandalesvara Kirtivarmadeva governing  Banavasi 12,000.

The subsequent portion, which is badly damaged, seems to record a gift to Kalla-degula.

No.42(Page No 47)

(B. K. No.70 of 1935-36)

KALKERI, HANGAL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab set up in the temple of Basavanna outside the village  

Trailokyamalla  (Somesvara  I ) ­­­­---Date lost

This damaged record engraved below No.35 refers to a subordinate of Trailokyamalla, whose name is lost, who was governing the Perjjunka of a division Probably Banavasi 12,000. It seems to record a gift for oil-lamp and incense to a God.  The details are lost. 

No.43 (Page No 48)

( B. K. No 31 of 1936-37 )

JALVAD, SINDGI TALUK, BLIAPUR DISTRICT

Slab set up in the Sankaralinga temple  

Trailokyamalla ( Somesvara ) –Date lost

This badly damaged record belongs to the reign of Trailokyamalla and is assigned to Somesvara I on paleographic grounds. It seems to register a gift of land. The date and other details are all lost.

No.44 (Page No 48)

( B. K. No.62 of 1937-38)

RUGI, INDI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Stone leaning against the front wall of the Hanuman temple  

Bhuvanaikamalla (Somesvara II) ---A.D. 1069

This badly damaged record is dated  Saka 991, Kilaka, Amavasya, Sunday, Dakshinayana [Samkranti]. This date is irregular. The cyclic year corresponding to The  given Saka year was Saumya and not Kilaka. The intended date seems to be A.D. 1069, June 21 when the tithi was amavasya and the week-day was Sunday. The Samkranthi, however, occurred three days later.

The inscription records the gift of certain money incomes made by Madhavayya Nayaka with the permission of the king for the benefit of the temple of Nakharesvara At Ruvige when Payyarasa was governing Tardavadi division.

The inscription also refers to another gift of oil made by the Fifty Telliga Tenants for a lamp in the temple of Kedaresvara of the place (i.e., Ruvige) in the Year Saka 967, Partthiva, Pushya su. 5, Sunday Uttarayana-Samkranti. This date Corresponds to A.D. 1045, December 15, f.d.t.64. There was no Samkranti On this date. It appears that this gift was revived as in the case of  No.45 below. 

No. 45 (Page No 50)

(B.K.Nos.65 and 65 A of 1937-38)

RUGI, INDI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

Stone standing close to the front wall of the Hanuman temple  

Bhuvanaikamalla (Somesvara II) ---A.D. 1071

The record is dated Saka 99[3], Virodhakrit, Ashadha, ba. 11, Sunday, Dakshinayana Samkranti corresponding to A.D. 1071, June 26.

It records a gift of income from certain taxes for worship, offerings and Burning perpetual lamp before God Nagaresvaradeva by Perggade Kannapayya, senabova Malapayya-nayaka and the Karana when Mahamamdalesvara Payiyarasa Was governing Tardavadi-1000 division.

It contains the renewal of the gift of oil to God Kedaradeva by Telliga Gom- Kayya and others made in the year Saka 967, Parthiva, Pushya, su. 7, Sunday, Uttara- Yana-samkranti. The details of this date are irregular. The tithi corresponded to A.D. 1045, December 18, Wednesday and the samkranti occurred on December 23. See No.44 above.

No.46 (Page No 51)

(B.K.No.110 of 1938-39)

GUDIGERI, SHIRHATTI TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab built into the wall of the store-room in the Jaina basadi  

Bhuvanaikamalla (Somesvara II) ---A.D.1072

This record is dated Saka 994, Paushya, su. 11, Monday, Uttarayana-Samkranti Corresponding regularly to A.D. 1072, December 24.

The inscription records the revival of the endowment of the village Gudigere, Formerly made by Kumkumamahadevi, the younger sister of the Chalukya King Vijayaditya, to Anesejjeya-basadi which was caused to be constructed by her a Puligere. The gift is stated to have been made by queen Kamchalamahadevi who Was governing from the headquarters at Mulugunda and others in the presence of the King, with the consent of Bhaskara-bhattopadhyaya on the occasion of his victorious return from the northern expedition. It is also stated that Mahapradhana Danda- Nayaka Rudrabhattopadhyaya was administering Gudigere and Dandanayaka Isvara- Bhatta was in charge of all the departments. The donee was Nandi-panditadeva.

No 47 (Page No 53)

( B.K.No.29 of 1935 –36 )

LAKSHMESVARA, SHIRHATTI TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

 Slab standing in front of the btradive temple at hire Bana (suburb)  

Bhuvanaikamalla (someesvara II)—A.D.1074

The record is dated Saka 996 Ananda, Chaitra . su Prathmnndlsvara-asbjami, Sunday, corresponding to A.D.1074 March 9, Sunday f. d. t. 20.Reccords that Madasamanta jayakeiiyarass,son of Indrakesiyarasa of Manala family, Who was the Rashtrantaka of Purigere –300 division,visited Permadi Basadi at Purigere, made it into a pure at the request of Tribhuvanachamdrapandita, disciple of Gandavimukta – Bhattaraka of mala-samgha and balatkara-gana and remitted certain tax –income to the same. Mahamandalesvara Lakshamarasa was then governing the divisions of Purigere–300 and Belvola –300.

No. 48 (Page No 55)

(B.K.No.97 of 1938-39)

SAMSI, KUNDGOL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab standing in front of the Sbbdhesvura temple 

Bhavanaikamalla (somesavara Ii ) –A .D.1074.

The record is badly damaged and worn out .It is dated Saka 995, Ananada, Uttarayana-samkranti, the other detail being lost . It corresponds to A.D. 1074 December 24.the Saka year being 996 and not 995.The inscription seems to register a gift of oil and income form certain taxes. It mentions the Four Hundred Mahaiuas and refers to Telligas and Balanaga.

No.49 (Page No 57)

(B, K, No. of 75 1935-36)

KALKERI, HASGAL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab set up near the temple of someavara  

Bhavanaikamalla ( Somesvara Ii) –A.D. 1037-38

The record is dated Saka 998, Rakshase, Pushya, Amavaya, Sunday, Hasta nakshatra, Uttarayana – samkranti. The details of this date are irregular. The Saka year 998 corresponded to the Cyclic year Anala when the said Sainkranti occurred on Saturday, the tithi being ba. 11  of the month Pushya and the nakshatra Visakha. In the cyclic year Rakshasa the samkranti occurred on Friday the tithi being su. 15 and the nakahatra  Punarvasu. The intended date might be 1076 A.D. December 24, Saturday.

The inscription registers the gift of the village Pullavala situated to the south of the river Varada in Basavura –140, a sub – division  of Banavasi –12, 000, to God Svaymbhu Somesvara of Kalkerge, for worship and offerings to the  deity and for feeding the ascetics, etc, by Bhuvanaikamalla- Vira –Nolamba who was governing Nolmbavida, panumgallu nadu and, Banavasidesa. The gift was made, in conjunction with his wife Malaladevi, at the request of Perggade Divakara and was entrusted to Devasinga Jiya. The king was at that time camping at Bankapura. The record contains an eulogy of the donor and his wife.   

No. 50 (Page No 60)

( B. K. No. 61 of 1935-36)

SAUNDATTI, PARASGAD TALUX, BELGAUM DISTRICT

Slab set up in the Taluk Office Bhuvanaikamalla (  SomesvaraII ) ----Date Lost

The bottom of the stone is broken and lost, Refers to Mahamandalesvara

Karttaviryarasa of Lattalurapura and contains the genealogical account of his family . Mentions Arhanandi – munindra and Kandur Gana.

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