The Indian Analyst

Serial
No.

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Dynasty

King

Date

Language
and alphabet

Remarks

 

CHINGLEPUT DISTRICT─contd.
TIRUVALLUR TALUK─contd.
Iruḷañjēri─concld.

 

 

 

 

 

52

Pillar in the same maṇḍapa

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Tamil

States that the pillar was erected by Irājasundaran Vayiramēgan, a kilavan of Iruṅgāṇūr.

53

Stone built in the Nandi-pedestal, same
temple.

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Do.

Fragment. Mentions the ūravar of Kūvam. In charac­- ters of about the 10th century A.D.

54

Kākkaḷūr.─Hero-stone behind the Āñjanēya temple.

Chōḷa

Parakēsarivarman

6th year

Do.

States that Kalivīriya-Muttariyan, a Valluvun of Kāk- kaḷūr lost his life while fighting against thieves (kaḷḷar) on behalf of the Perumakkaḷ of the village, who made a
grant of land as kalippaṭṭi to his son, Kalivīriya-Muttar- aiyan. The stone contains the sculpture of the warrior.

55

Koṭṭaiyūr.─Door jamb, lying in front of
the Vishṇu temple.

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Do.

States that the door-frame (tiru-vāśal) was the gift of the Dhanmadāvaḷar. In characters of about the 12th cen- tury A. D.

56

Kōvilkuppam.─Slab in a palmyra grove,
north of the village.

Vijayanagara

Immaḍi Tammarāya

Śaka 1427, Krōdhana, Arpaśi
10.

Do.

States that Bommurāja, the son of Mahāmaṇḍalēśvara Sāḷuva Malayadēva-Mahārāja, granted the plot of land called Varadarājan-paṭṭu to god Śiṅgīśurar of Turugūr, for expenses of worship and offerings.

57

Stone near the pipal tree, same village.

Do.

Do.

Śaka 1426, Raktākshi, Āvaṇi
10.

Do.

Records the gift of a plot of land called Maṇḍalapurushan-paṭṭu to god Śiṅgi by Kaśavirāja, son of Mahāmaṇḍal-ēśvara Sāḷuva Tippayadēva-Mahārāja, as the gift of Tipparāja.

58

Kūvam.─South wall of the second prākāra, Tripurāntakēśvara temple.

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Do.

Gives the length of the measuring rod used by Chennama- rasar, the adhikāri under Rāyasam Koṇḍamarasayyar. At the same place is another inscription indicating the
measure fixed by Koṇḍamarasayyar.

59

Step of the tank (western now) in front of the same temple.

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Do.

Fragment. In characters of about the 10th century A.D. Mentions the sabhā (of the village?)

60

Mappēḍu.─Slab in the floor of the main
gōpura, Śriṅgīśvara temple.

Chōḷa

…….’who took the head of
Vīra-Pāṇḍya’.

3rd year

Do.

Fragmentary. Seems to record a gift made for burning a lamp in the temple. Mentions Śeṅgāḍu-nāḍu in Śengāḍu- kōṭṭam.

61

Stone in front of (outside) the east prākāra wall, same temple.

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Do.

Damaged. Seems to refer to the gift of Mappēḍu-śīrmai as dēvasthānam to god Śiṅgīśuramuḍaiya-Tambirānār by Timmurājayan according to the orders of king Sadāśiva- Mahārāja and to some arrangements made later, in respect of the gift, by Śrīrāma-Nāyakkar, the agent of Vasavaya- dēva-Mahā[rāja].

62

Mummaḍikuppam.─Stone set up in the
village.

Vijayanagara

Veṅkaṭapatirāya

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Do.

States that Mummuḍikuppam alias Śrībhāshyapuram was granted by the king as tiruviḷaiyāṭṭam to Śrīperumbūdūr- Emberumānār.