The Indian Analyst

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ANANTAPUR DISTRICT─contd.
TADPATRI TALUK─contd.
Jūṭūru─concld.

 

 

 

 

 

10

Pillar set up in the same temple

Vijayanagara

Kṛishṇadēvarāya Mahārāya

Śaka 1444, Chitrabhānu, Bhā-
drapada śu. 15, Friday, lunar
eclipse = A.D. 1522, Septem-
ber 5, Friday, lunar eclipse ;∙94.

Telugu

Records the gift of a piece of land tax-free by Mahā-
maṇḍalēśvara Pedda Timmarāju, son of Varadayya for
the conduct of the festival, offerings, etc., to the god Kēśava at Jūṭūru, situated in Pennabaḍi, which was the nāyaṅkara assigned to him by Mahāpradhāna Sāḷuva Timmarasayya administering Gutti-sīma. The donor is said to have renovated the maṇṭapa in front of the temple and installed the utsava images.

11

Stone lying in the Āñjanēya temple

Do.

Sadāśivadēva Mahārāya

Śaka 1470, Kīlaka, Chaitra
śu. 5. Perhaps =A.D. 1548,
March 14, Wednesday ; ∙72.

Do.

Damaged. Seems to record a gift (details lost) to the god
Hanumanta by the learned Mahājanas and the Vipra- vinōdin community residing at [Jūṭū]ru situated in the Jagatāpi-Gutti-sīma.

12

Kottūru (hamlet of Brāhmaṇapalle).─
Stone lying near the Āñjanēya temple.

..

….

..

Do.

Damaged. Seems to record the construction of the temple
of Hanūmān by karaṇam Rāmaya and others. In charac-
ters of the 17th century A.D.

13

Slab lying in the same place

..

….

Śaka 1435, Bhāva, Kārtika
ba. 30, Monday. Irregular.
The cyclic and the Śaka years
do not tally.

Do.

Records a gift of land for having constructed the
sukhanāsi, garbhagṛiha and stone maṇḍapa of the Peru-
māḷ temple at Penukalapāḍu to (the mason) Malōju, son of
Sarapaṁjaram Basuvōju, by Vōbili-Nāyaka.

14

Broken stone lying in a field near the
same temple.

Western Chālu-
kya

Vijayāditya

4th year

Telugu (archaic)

Records a gift of land at Peṇukaparu to …… Kumāra-
Śarman of Bhāradvāja gōtra by Pullamukki Bōḷakaṇama-
yāru when the Bāṇa king was ruling the Vaṅganūr-vishaya.

15

Kummetta.─Slab lying near the dhvaja-
stambha of the Chennakēśava temple.

Vijayanagara

Sadāśivadēva Mahārāya

Śaka 147[5], Pramādīcha

Telugu

States that the village Kummētta surnamed Vīrapratāpa-
Kṛishṇarāyapuram situated in the Pennabaḍi-māgāṇi in
the Jagatāpi-Gutti-sīma was a sarvamānya.

16

Sides of a mutilated slab lying in the
compound of the Śiva temple.

..

….

..

..

Fragmentary. In characters of about the 8th century A.D.

17

Niṭṭūru (Guḍīpāḍu).─Stone lying near the
Chennakēśava temple.

..

….

Śaka 1438, Dhātu, Nija-
Śrāvaṇa śu. 11 = A. D.
1516, August 8, Friday ;
∙50.

Telugu

Records the gift of a piece of land to the piper (nāgasarāla)
Chanōja for service in the temple of Chennakēśavxa of
Niṭṭūru by Mahāmaṇḍalēśvara Gōparāju, son of Tammaya-
dēvachōḍa-Mahārāju.

18

Pedda Pappūru.─Broken slab set up in
the Kṛishṇasvāmin temple.

Vijayanagara

Sadāśivadēva Mahārāya

Śaka 1475, Prmādīcha,
Kārtika śu. 12 = A.D. ; 1553
October 18, Wednesday ; ∙52.

Do.

Records the gift of land made after purchase to the god
Kṛishṇama at Peda Papūru surnamed Rāmachandrapura
situated in the Penn-Māgāṇi-sīma of the Jagatāpi-Gutti-
rājya by Mahāmaṇḍalēśvara Mūrtirāju Viṭhalayya for the
merit of his mother Tirumalamma.