The Indian Analyst

Serial
No.

Findspot

Dynasty

King Date

Language
and alphabet

Remarks

 

DHARWAR DISTRICT
HANGAL TALUK

 

BOMBAY STATE  

 

 

169

Bādamgaṭṭi.─Niśidhi stone outside the
temple of Kallappa.

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…. ..

Kannaḍa

States that this is the niśidhi stone of Bommiseṭṭi.

170

A hero-stone in the same place

Yādava

[ Rāma ]  

Do.

Records the death of Bōyichayya in a fight.

171

Bailvāḷ.─Satī slab outside the temple of
Kalamēśvara.

Kadamba

…. ..18th year of reign, Jaya

Do.

Damaged. Seems to record the death of a person (name
lost).

172

A slab under the tree outside the same
temple.

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Kannaḍa in
Nāgarī.

Registers the gift of a land by Timmarāja. In characters of the 15-16th century.

173

Broken slab on the road-side outside the
temple of Hanumān.

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…. ..

Kannaḍa

Damaged. Seems to register a gift of land. Mentions
Aṇṇiga. In characters of about the 10th century A. D.

174

Satī slab in the field of Nārāyaṇ Shrinivas Purohit (survey No. 24/2).

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…. ..

Do.

Damaged and mutilated. Seems to record the death (of a
lady) and a gift of land. In characters of about the 9-10th century A. D.

175

Another broken slab in the same place

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..

o.

Damaged. Seems to record the death of a hero. The stone was set up by Chaṭṭamma.

176

Bāḷehaḷḷi.─Slab fixed into the shrine of the local tank.

Western
Chāḷukya.

Pratāpachakravarti Jagadēka-malladēva.

8th year, Krōdhana, Phālguan, śu. 1, Sunday. Irregular.

Do.

Gives the genealogy of the king from Taila. States that
Bammiseṭṭi constructed a basadi in Bāḷeyahaḷḷi and set up the image of Pārśvanātha therein and made certain gifts
to Maladhāridēva of [Koṇḍakund] –ānvaya, Dēsi-gaṇa,
Pustaka-gachchha, while Jagadēkamalla Boppadēvarasa
was governing Banavāsi 12,000. Also registers other gifts
to the same temple.

177

A damaged stone in the same place

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….  

Do.

Damaged. Mention Mallava Nāyakiti. States that the stone was set up by Chandiyaka.

178

Another hero-stone in the same place

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….  

Do.

Mentions Bāḷeyahaḷḷi.

179

Slab in the compound of the house of Patil.

Western
Chāḷukya.

Pratāpachakravarti Jagadēkamalladēva.

7th year, Raktākshi,
Phālguna, ba. 1 [4], Thurs-
day, Saṅkramaṇa, Vyatīpāta
= A.D. 1145, February 22,

Thursday ; ∙42.

Do.

Records that the five-hundred svāmis of Kadaḷīpura (i.e.
Bāḷehaḷḷi) headed by Nāḷprabhu Gaḍiyaṅka Malliseṭṭi,
Mummuridaṇḍas and Daṇḍanāyaka Tipparasa made
certain grants for the oblations, perpetual lamp, etc., to
the temple of god Gavarēśvara, when Daṇḍanāyaka Mā-
dhavadēva, brother of Bammadēva, was governing Hānuṅ-
gal and when Tribhuvanamalla Mallidēvarasa was govern-
ing from his capital (nelevīḍu) [Siravūr]. Registers some more gifts to the same god. Sēnabōva Māchiyaṇṇa, son of Karavaseṭṭi, wrote the record.

180

Broken slab standing at the entrance of
the temple of Siddhēśvara.

Do.

….  

Do.

Damaged and mutilated. Mentions Kopparāja.