INSCRIPTIONS IN KANNADA
IX - Part
No. 296 of 1905.)
A SLAB SET UP IN A FIELD WEST OF THE VILLAGE, BASINIKONDA, MADANAPALLE
TALUK, SAME DISTRICT
is damaged and not dated. It refers itself to the reign of the Vaidumba-Maharaja
records the death of Maruvaka, suramarpali-Rakkasa Manujaradeva, son of Baluchchorani
who was ruling over Suramaraveli, in the attack made by Banarasa
and others on the Soremadi fort against Nolambi, Dadiga,
Rachamalla and Maydadi.
No. 295 of 1905.)
A SLAB SET UP IN A FIELD TO THE WEST OF THE SAME VILLAGE.
is undated and a little damaged. It
refers itself to the reign of the Vaidumba king Gandatrinetra and
states that when Maharaja and Banarasa attacked Soramadi
fort, Nolambi, Dadiga, Rachamalla and Mayindadi who fought
against them were overthrown and that a hero died in the battle.
Evidently this refers to the same event as the one mentioned in
the preceding inscription.
No. 298 of 1905.)
A SLAB SET UP IN A FIELD OF THE VILLAGE CHIPPILI, CLOSE TO
CHIPPILI-VEMPALLE ROAD, SAME TALUK AND DISTRICT.
undated record belonging to the reign of Vaidumba king Manujatrinetra
registers the death of a certain Padeyyara-Pulikkama in a
No. 439 of 1914.)
THE SLAB CALLED THE KATTIVIRAPPABANDA AT ALETIPALLE, SAME TALUK AND
undated inscription records that a certain brave warrior who was the son
of Virasatti, a servant of the Baidumba king, fought in
the battle of Tiruvala and died, A number of epithets describing
his bravery and found in the record.