The Indian Analyst

Serial
No.

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Dynasty

King

Date

Language
and alphabet

Remarks

 

DHARWAR DISTRICT─contd.
HANGAL TALUK─contd.
Guḍuguḍi─concld.

 

 

 

 

 

195

A hero-stone in the same place

Rāshṭrakūṭa

Amōghavarsha

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Kannaḍa

Seems to record the death of the nālgāvuṇḍa Kalirūpa, along with Kaṇamma, Chāvuṇḍa, Kiruka, Dantiga, Dha-nuga, etc., when Kaliga, son of Kāṭi of Beḷvola, made an attack on Banavāsi- nāḍu.

196

Slab in the same place

Western Chāḷu-
kya.

Jayasiṅghadēva

Śaka 960, Bahudhānya, Paushya, śu. (mistake for ba.) 10, Uttarāyaṇa-saṅkrānti, Sunday = Sunday, 24th DecemberA.D. 1038.

Do.

Registers a gift of land made by Kētagāvuṇḍa to Sōvarāsi-jīya, disciple of Gaṅgarāsi-dēva of Aṅgalige, for the maṭha while Mayūravarma was governing Pānuṅgal 500 and Kētayya (the donor), son of Chaṭṭayya, was ūrgāvuṇḍa. Extols the virtues of Sōvarāsi.

197

Another slab in the same place

Do.

Jagadēka malladēva

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Do.

States that Mahāprabhu Tailagāvuṇḍa of Guḍuguḍe stipula-
ted the assessment to be paid on the arecanut garden by the Aruvattokkalu, when Daṇḍanāyaka Sōvarasa was governing Hānuṅgal 500 under Sēnādhipati Kēsimayya. Extols the liberality of Tailagāvuṇḍa and mentions his wife Chauṇḍale. The inscription was written (engraved) by lēkhāchārya Bhairavōja.

198

A third slab in the same place

Do.

Bhuvanaikamalladēva

Śaka 994, Paridhāvi, Paushya,
śu. 1, Sunday, Uttarāyaṇa-
saṅkrānti, vyatīpāta. If śu. 1 is a mistake for śu. 10, the details correspond to A. D. 1072, December 23, Sun- day.

Do.

Registers a gift of land and certain incomes for the repairs, perpetual lamp, etc., of the temple of god Kalidē- vasvāmi made by Mahāprabhu Lōkiseṭṭi of the town Baṅkāpura when Bhuvanaikamalla-Pallava-Vīra-Noḷamba- Udayādityadēva was governing Banavāsi 12,000 and Sāntaḷige 1,000 and his brother Daṇḍanāyaka Sōmēśvara- bhaṭṭa was governing Pānuṅgal 500 and when the three persons, Mahāmaṇdalēśvara Harikāntadēva of the Kadamba family, Noḷamba-Udayāditya and Daṇḍanāyaka Sōmēśvara-bhaṭṭa were camping at Baṅkāpura. The gift was entrusted to Mallikārjuna-paṇḍita by Lōkiseṭṭi. The inscription was written by Barmadēva.

199

A slab behind the temple of Pārvatamma

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…… ba. 8, Śrāvaṇa

Do.

Fragmentary. Mentions Bidi-Amma, a merchant of Guḍu- guḍe. In characters of about the 9th century A.D.

200

Niśidhi slab in the place called Bhara-maṇa-maṭṭi.

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Do.

States that (this is) the niśidhi stone of Nāgave, a lay disciple of a teacher belonging to Sarasta (Sūrasta)-gaṇa.

201

Slab outside the temple of Hanumān

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Vikrama

Do.

Damaged. Seems to refer to some repairs done by Sēna- bōva Hiriya-[Nāyaka].

202

Hullaṭṭi.─Slab in the field called Mūru-mūli-hola.

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Pārthiva

Do.

In modern characters. States that (this field) at the village of Hulla is vṛitti of Bha[vā]ni-bhaṭṭa.