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South Indian Inscriptions


 

INSCRIPTIONS COLLECTED DURING THE YEAR 1906-07

RASHTRAKUTA

Krishna III

No. 65 (Page No 40)

(A. R. No. 65 of 1907)

Tirumalai, Polur Taluk, North Arcot District

On a rock to the left of the painted cave

Rashtrakuta Krishna III: year 19 : 958-59 A.D. 

This is an inscription of the Rashtrakuta king Krishna III- ‘Kannaradeva who took Kachchi and Tanjai’. It records some provision made for burning a perpetual lamp before (the image of ) Yaksha-Bhatara at Tirumalai in Vaigavur by one Perral Nangaiyar the wife of a servant of Gangamadeviyar the consort of Kannaradeva Prithi[vi*] gangaraiyar. This is the same as Hastimalla who figures in No. 346 of 1901 dated in Saka 875 (A.D. 953) from Solapuram near Vellore, as an independent chief without the mention of any overlord.

 

 

 

 

 

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