The Indian Analyst

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Nuṅgambākkam.─Stone near the tank
called Ponnikuḷam.

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Rākshasa, Āvaṇi 2,…..

Do.

States that the tank was caused to be dug by Ponnammai, a lady of Tiruvaḷūr.

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Pērambākkam.─First tier of the east
wall, central shrine of the Chōḷīśvara temple.

Chōḷa

Tribhuvanachakravartin
Tribhuvanavīradēva.

[ 1 ]5th year

Do.

Damaged. Seems to record a donation in money made to god Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷīśvara-Mahādēva by a lady.

65

Second tier of the same wall

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Do.

Damaged. Mentions god Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷīśvara of Perum- bākkam, a village in Pāśāli-nāḍu.

66

Tiers of the south wall, same shrine

Chōḷa

Tribhuvana[ vīra* ]dēva

33rd year, Kārttikai

Do.

Records a gift of money for burning a lamp in the temple by a member of the Niyāyam of Perumbākkam.

67

Same place

Do.

Tribhuvanachakravartin
Tribhuvanavīradēva.

35th year

Do.

Registers a gift of a lamp made by Śaṅkarānti-Pallavarai- yan, a member of the Niyāyam of Perumbākkam, a village Maṇavirkōṭṭam, to god Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷiśvaram- uḍaiyār.

68

Second tier of the same wall

Do.

….kēsarivarman alias Chak-
ravartin Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷa- dēva.

42nd year

Do.

Begins with the king’s praśasti, Pugaḷmāḍu-viḷaṅga, etc, Records the gift of the village of Perumbākkam alias Iraṭ- ṭapāḍikoṇḍaśōḷanallūr in Pāśāli-nāḍu of Maṇavir-kōṭṭam, a subdivision of Jayaṅgoṇḍasōlamaṇḍalam, as dēvadāna, free of taxes, to god Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷīśvaramuḍaiyār of the village by the Pagaiyaruttu-koṇḍa śōlar-vēḷaikkārar.

69

Tiers of the west wall, same shrine

Do.

Do.

44th year

Do.

Do. Registers a gift of money for the expenses of burning a lamp before god Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷīśvaramuḍaiya-Mahādēva by Kūttāḍi Takkaraiśan Teluṅgarāyan of the (regiment ?) called [Pagai]yaruttu-koṇḍa-śōla-vēḷaikkārar.

70

Tiers of the north wall, same shrine

Vijayanagara

Achyutadēva Mahārāja

Śaka 145[7], Manmatha

Do.

The inscription is lost after the date.

71

Same place

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Pārthiva, Āḍi 5

Do.

Incomplete. Seems to record a donation by Vappallu Rēvā- chchi Ravuttar, a household servant of Tupākula Kṛishṇa- ppa-Nāyaka.

72

Do.

Chōḷa

Rājarājadēva

13th year

Do.

States that Irumuḍichōḷa-Pallavaraiyan alias Uḍaiyappiḷ- ḷai, one of the Nyāya-mudalis of the village donated 3 kāśu for the expenses of burning a lamp before god Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷīśvaramuḍaiya-Mahādēva.

73

Do.

Do.

Do.

10th year

Do.

Records a gift of money for the expenses of burning a lamp before god Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷīśvaramuḍaiya-Mahādēva by Ārumbanāyaka-Pallavaraiyan, one of the Nyāyattār of the village.

74

Do.

Do.

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Do.

Portions lost. Seems to record the construction of the prākāra wall of the temple of Kulōttuṅga-Chōḷīśvaram- uḍaiya-Mahādēva by Iruḷuīkkinān with the consent of
the Nyāyattār of the village.

75

Do.

Do.

Rājarājadēva

10th year

Do.

States that the Nyāyattār of the village granted, free of taxes, three vēli of land in Aṇaikaṭṭaputtūr to Ariya- tōlappiḷḷai, son of Kuṭṭayavandār, one of the Pauttar- peṇḍugal, after receiving 100 kāśu of money.