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BOMBAY - KARNATAKA INSCRIPTIONS

THE HOYSALAS

No.228 (Page No 276)

(B.K.No.77 OF 1935-36)

KALKERI,HANGLL TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Pillar in the temple of somesvara Ballala II-A,D.1207

This record is dated in the king’s regnal year 17,prabava,Margasira, su.11 Monday. the details of the data are irregular. The year prabhava coincides with A. D.1207,but the details do not agree with that year, But in the previous year, I e. Kahaya, the details regularly correspond to A.D. 1206, November 13,Monday,.06,whith seems to be the intended data. According to this reckoning, the commencement of his reign would be A.D.1190-91, one year earlier than the date suggested by Fleet (Bom.Gaz.,Vol.I, pt,I I,p.503)

The inscription  records a gift of land for the offerings to god Svayamghu Somanathadeva and for the feeding of ascetics, by Hariyama –setti, the nalprabhu of kalukere, in the presence of the Mummuridandas, kacheya sahanui and Amiteyasahani.The gift was entrusted to Muruja videva.

Supplementary gifts for the benefit  of the same temple on sivaratri and other occasions, are  also recorded.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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