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South Indian Inscriptions


 

TEXT OF INSCRIPTIONS

No. 1

(A. R. No. 165 of 1933-34)

KĀPPALLE, PUNGANUR TALUK, CHITTOOR DISTRICT

Hero-stone (No. 2) lying in a field about two furlongs to the east of
Lōkanāthēśvara temple

Pallavarasa (?), circa 9th century

        This record, in characters of about the 9th century A.D., states that while Pallō-arasa (Pallavarasa ?) was ruling the nāḍu and Śāte-arasa of the Vaidumba family was administering this ūr (i.e., Kāppalle ?) and Kōṇakkī attacked the village in a cattle-raid after collecting mārukoṭṭa, Pōrighaṭeśūre, son of Vaidumba Śūraparasa, the chief of Muttukūru, died after gaining victory for the king and for himself and saving the cattle. He was granted some land (maṇṇarasinṁginpāḍu ?) in memory.

TEXT

1        ಸ್ವಸ್ತಿಶ್ರೀ ಪ[ಲ್ಲೋ] ಅರಸ ನ್ನಾಡಾಳೆ ವೈದುಮ್ಬ ಕುಲಂ ಶಾ –

2        ತೆ ಅರಸರ್ ಈ ಊರಾಳೆ ಕೋಣಕ್ಕೆ ಮಾಱುಕೊಟ್ಟ ಮುಂನೆ –

3        ರಪಿ ಬನ್ದೂರೞಿ ತುಱುಕೊಳೆ ಮುತ್ತುಕೂರೊಡೆಯ ವೈದು –

4        ಮ್ಬರ್  ಶೂರಪರಸಂ ಮಗನ್ ಪೋರಿಘಟೆಶೂ -

5        ಱೆ ಆಳ್ವರಸಂ –

6        ಗಂ ತನಗಂ ಜಯ –

7        ಮಾಗೆ ತುಱು ಇಕ್ಕಿ –

8        ಶಿ ಶತ್ತನ್ ಅವಂಗ್ಗೆ

9        ಕೊಟ್ಟಂ ಮಣ್ಣರಶಿಂಗಿ –

10      ನ್ಪಾಡು ಇದನೞಿವೊನ್

11      ಪಞ್ಚಮಹಾ ಪಾತಕನ್ [||*]

 

...................................................No. 2

......................................(A. R. No. 173 of 1931-32)

                BŌḌINĀYANIPALLE, PUNGANUR TALUK, CHITTOOR DISTRICT

                   Hero-stone set up in a field to the west of the village

                           Paramēśvara Pallavamalla, circa 9th century.

       This damaged record registers a gift of 7 kuḷa of land in memory of a hero who died in a fight with Pallavadhavaḷa in the reign of Paramēśvara Pallavamalla.

 


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