The Indian Analyst

Serial
No.

Findspot

Dynasty

King

Date

Language
and alphabet

Remarks

 

ANANTAPUR DISTRICT─concld.
TADPATRI TALUK─concld.

 

 

 

 

 

30

Yāḍiki.─Slab built into the pavement inside the Chennakēśava temple.

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Śaka 1754, Nandana, Mārga-
śira śu. 15 = A.D. 1832,
December 7, Friday ; ∙82.

Telugu

Records a gift (not specified) by Robertson, Principal
Collector of Bellary to the god Chennakēśava of Yāḍaki.

31

Two slabs built into the wall to the
proper right of entrance of the Āḷvār shrine in the same temple.

Vijayanagara

Sadāśivadēva Mahārāya

Śaka 1484, Dundubhi,
Kārtika śu. Tirkōṭi-Dvādaśī
= A.D. 1562, November 7,
Saturday ; ∙96.

Do.

Damaged. Seems to record a land gift to the temple of Śrī-
Chennakēśava at Yāḍaki by Tirumala-Nāyaka.

 

SOUTH ARCOT DISTRICT
VILLUPURAM TALUK

 

 

 

 

 

32

Ayyankōvīlpaṭṭu.─Fragments built into
the east and south walls of the Śāsta temple.

Chōḷa

Rājarājakēsarivarman Rāja rājadēva.

22nd year

Tamil

Begins with the introduction, Tirumagaḷpōla, etc. Seems
to registers a sale of land by Sahasra-Sōmāśi, a resident of
the brahmadēya village, Nṛipatuṅga-jayantāṅgi-chatur-
vēdimaṅgalam to the sabhā of the village.

33

On the same fragments below the pre- vious inscription.

Do.

Do.

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Do.

Do. Seems to refer to a deed of sale executed by the āḷuṅga-
ṇattār of the brahmadēya village, Nṛipatuṅga-jayantāṅgi-
chaturvēdimaṅgalam, in favour of several Brāhmaṇas.

34

Do.

Do.

Do.

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Do.

Damaged. Contains parts of the praśasti, Tirumagaḷpōla,
etc.

35

Slab built into the front basement of the
same temple.

Do.

Do.

20th year

Do.

Begins with the introduction, Tirumagaḷpōla, etc. Registers
the gift of 96 sheep to provide ghee for burning a lamp in
the temple of Ainār, in the village of Nṛipatuṅga-jayan-
tāṅgi-chaturvēdimaṅgalam by a shepherd (name not
clear) in Tirumūvar-pāḍi of Rājēndrasiṁha-vaḷanāḍu.

36

Pūndōṭṭam.─South wall of the Vālīśvara temple.

Do.

Rājakēsarivarman

21st year

Do.

States that Ēnūr Tiruvēṅkaṭakramavittan and Ēnūr
Rishīkēśakramavittan, two members of the āḷuṅgaṇattār of
Nṛipatuṅga-jayantāṅgi-chaturvēdimaṅgalam, sold several
plots of land to the (temple of) god Paramasvāmin of
Tiruvālīśvaram. Of these plots, a few were inherited by
them from their father, who had formerly purchased them
from the sabhā and the rest were now purchased by the
donors from the sabhā.

37

Same wall

Do.

Do.

8th year

Do.

Records the gift of a metal lamp-stand to the god,
Paramasvāmin of Tiruvālīśvaram at Nṛipatuṅga-jayan-
tāṅgi-chaturvēdimaṅgalam, a brahmadēya village, by
Śikkāśikkaruḍaiyān, a native of Vāgūr-nāḍu in Vēśāli-
pāḍu.

38

North wall

 

 

 

Do.

A label inscription which reads ‘Vālīśvaramuḍaiya-
Paramasvāmi’ in characters of about the 10th century
A.D.