The Indian Analyst

Serial
No.

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Dynasty

King

Date

Language
and alphabet

Remarks

 

NELLORE DISTRICT
PODILI TALUK

 

 

 

 

 

99

Sannamūru.─Slab set up in front of the Śiva temple.

Bāṇa

Aggaparāju

Śaka 93[0], Vaiśākha Punna- ma, Friday = A. D. 1008, April 23, Friday ; ∙ 14. There was a lunar eclipse on this day, not mentioned in the record.

Telugu

Commences with the praśasti, Sakalajagatrayābhivandita, etc. Records the gift of 24 maruturs of land made by the chief to god Agrastēśvara-Bhaṭāra of Srannagūru for wor-ship and offerings. Mentions Pedda-rājya and Koṇḍuka-rājya. (Published in Nellore District Inscriptions, Vol. III, Podili 38, pp. 1201-3).

 

TANJORE DISTRICT
TANJORE TALUK

 

 

 

 

 

100

Tiruvādi.─West and south walls of the west gōpura of the Ayyārappan temple.

Nāyakas of Tan- jore.

Achyuta-Vijayarāghava. Nā- yaka.

Bhava, Chittriai

Tamil

Records a gift of land made by a person (name not clear) to god Pañchanadiśvarasvāmin of Tiruvaiyāru.

101

Pillar in the verandah of the Tenkailāsam shrine.

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Do.

A label inscription which reads ‘………..kaiyisāla Uḍaiyār.’

 

TIRUNELVELI DISTRICT
TIRUCHCHENDUR TALUK

 

 

 

 

 

102

Kāyalpaṭṭaṇam─Slab in the Periyapaḷli

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Kollam 756, Vaigāśi 24

Do.

States that Immuḍip Śeṇakarāma Mudaliyār alias Avudal Gapāru Nayinā, (son of) Seyadi Agammadu Nayinā (son of) Sēk Avadullā Nayinā (son of) Seyadi Agammadu Nayinā (son of) Śamāl Nayinā (son of) Ōsu Nayinā son of Iśubu Nayinā (son of) Asan Nayinā died on the morning of Sunday on the date specified, Sunday (21st May 1581. A.D.).

103

Same slab

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Persian

States that that was the tomb of Maulānā ‘Abdu’l Ghaf-fūr, son of Sayyid Ahmad, son of Shāh Abdullāh, son of Sayyid Ahmad, son of Jamalu-‘l-Din, son of Yūsuf, son of Hasanu’d-Din, who died on Sunday, 17th Rabi II in A. H. 989 (21st May 1581 A. D.)

104

Slab in the Koḍimara-Śirunāyanār-paḷḷi

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Hijra 127[4]

Tamil

Registers an agreement made amongst the Mussalmans of Kāyarpaṭṭaṇam regulating the amounts payable as dowry at the time of marriage.

105

Same place

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Persian

States that that was the tomb of Shaikh Āli, son of Wāli Jamālu’d-Dīn, son of Agdu’l-Mukarram, a descendant of Sadr, Sayyid Aḥmad, a devoted servant of the just Amīr and that the occupant of the grave died on Monday 28th Jamādī II 951(?)A. H. (16th September 1544 A. D.).