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The Indian Analyst


 

South Indian Inscriptions


 

INSCRIPTIONS COLLECTED DURING THE YEAR 1906

HOYSALA

VIRA BALLALADEVA

No. 437

(A. R. No. 437 of 1906)

Coimbatore District, Gopichettipalaiyam Taluk, Danayakankottai.

Ruined Siva Temple In The Fort On The South Wall Of The Mandapa.

Vira Ballaladeva (Iii) Saka 1260, Pramathi.

This registers a sarvamanya grant of two villages Panikkappalli and Araseri in Oduvanga-nadu, one made in Saka 1258 (expired) Isvara, and the other in the present year Pramathi, together with all the taxes due thereon as kadamai, to the temple of Tantonrisvaramudaiyai-nayanar at Turavalur alias  Nilagiri-Sadharanankottai, by Madappan Singava-Dannayakar, the mahapradhani of the king. Among the kadamai dues are mentioned vedikkai (entertainment tax?), kurradandam (fine) and santari-illa-porul.(escheat.).

 

                                                       

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