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South Indian Inscriptions


 

BOMBAY - KARNATAKA INSCRIPTIONS

THE MUSLIM RULERS

No.257 (Page No 316)

(B.K.No.53 OF 1935-36)

LAKSHMESVAR, SHIRHATTI TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT

Slab built into the wall of the Mallikarjuna temple

Allidhavala patashahi-vodeya—A.D. 1576

This record is dated saka 1497, Dhatu, Magha, ba. 30, Monday. the details are irregular. Saka 1497 corresponding to the cyclic year Yuva, when the details regularly correspond to A.D. 1576, January 30, Monday. in the cyclic year Dhatu corresponding to saka1498, The tithi corresponds to A.D.1577, February 17, when the weekday was Sunday. The former might be the intended date.

The inscription record a gift made by Maharaja Barigideva-nayaka of the village Gaudegere, situated in Lakshmanesvara-sime of Huligere-nadu which territory had been received by him as  Amara-mokhasi-nayakatana from Alli Edlikhana-patasahi the gift was made over to Nagamna-odeya for the benefit of the temple of Mallikarjuna. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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