The Indian Analyst
No. Source Dynasty King Date

Language
and Alphabet

Remarks
MADRAS PRESIDENCY─concld.            
47

Executive Officer, Svāmi Nelliappar, etc.,Dēvasthānam, Tinnevelly.

…. ….

Śaka 1604, Kollam
858, Dunmukhi
(wrong for Dundu-
bhi), Paṅguni 3,
śu. 10, Sunday, Rēvati (Irregular).

Tamil

Registers the gift of land as dharmadāna-vilai-pramāṇam by the talaivamārs (elders) of Vannikkuṭṭam in Kuḍa-nāḍu, to Śakkaravarttiyār, the agent (in charge) of the aramvaḷartta- kaṭṭaḷai worship in the temple of Nelvēlināthasvāmin and Vaḍavamman. The merit of the gift is assigned to Muttu-Vīrappa Nāyaka and Tiruvēṅgaḍanātha-ayyan.

48 Do. …. ….

Śaka 1673, Kollam
927, Prajōtpatti,
Āvaṇi 27, Wednes-
day, Chaturthī,
Aśvati =A.D. 1751,
August 28, Wednes-
day ; f.d.t. ∙29 ;f.d.n. ∙27.

Do.

Registers the assignment of a share in the incomes from the 12 trading centres attached to the Tirunelvēlipērāyam by the officers in charge and by other Magamaikkāras for conducting worship to the deity Kuravanteru Subrahmaṇyasvāmi. The grant is state to have been made for the merit of Lalukhān Sāheb during the administration of Kotvāl Sēkhu Daravatu Sāheb and issued in the time of Navāb Alam Khān Sulaimān Sāheb.

BOMBAY PRESIDENCY            
49 Dr. Faruqi of Shiggaon Early Chāḷukya Vijayāditya

Śaka 630, 11th year,
Āshāḍha Paur-ṇamāsī.

Sanskrit in early
Chālukya charac-ters.

Issued from the royal camp at Kisuvolal. Records the gift
by the king of the village Guḍḍigere to the Jina-bhavana at Purigere, erected by Kuṅkumadēvī.

CENTRAL PROVINCES            
50

Commissioner, Chattisgarh Divn., Raipur(Findspot : Bilaigarh).

Kalachuris of Ratan-pur.

Pṛithvīdēva II

[Kalachuri] Samvat896.

Sanskrit in Nāgarī characters.

Records the grant, by the king, of the village of Paṇḍaratalāī, situated in the Ēvaḍi-maṇḍala on the occasion of a solar eclipse to Dēlhuka known as Brahmadēva, son of Jīmūta-vāhana and grandson of Hārūka of the Vatsa-gōtra.

51

Pandit L. P. Pandeya, Mahakosala His-torical Society, Bilaspur.

Sōmavaṁśī kings ofDakshiṇa Kōsala

Mahāśivagupta, son of Harshadēva

9th year, Kārttikaśu. 12

Sanskrit in Central
Indian box-headed characters.

Registers the gift, by the king, of the village of Vaṭapadrakā in the Kōśīra-Nandapura-vishaya to Nārāyaṇahaṁsōpā-dhyāya and other Brāhmaṇas.

52 Do.

Kings of Śarabha-pura.

Mahāsudēvarāja

7th year, Dvi-Bhādra 10.

Sanskrit in box-headed characters.

Damaged. Issued from Sarabhapura. Records the gift of a village.

53 Do. (Findspot : Kauvātāl) Do.

Mahāsudēvarāja, son of Mahādurgga-rāja.

7th year, Mārgaśī-rsha di. 10.

Do.

Issued from Śrīpura. Records the gift, by the king, of the
village Su[ṇi]kā in the [Ḍa]karī bhōga to Bhaṭṭa Purandara-
svāmin. Mahāsāmanta Indrabalarāja acted as dūtaka of the grant.

54

Secretary, Mahakantara Historical Re-search Society.

Kalachuri Mahēśvara, lord of all Kōsala

[Kalachuri] Samvat
821, Māgha vadi 8, Sunday.

Sanskrit in Nāgarī

Issued from Ratnapura. Registers the gift, by the kings, of
the village of Asaṇṭhāgrāma to a Brāhmaṇa of the Kauśika-gōtra.

ORISSA            
55 Chief Minister, Patna State, Balangir …. Vināyakasiṁha Māndhāta

7th year of reign, Mithuna 10.

Oriya

Records gift of arable land and building site at Dōchaṇḍāro to Varaja Paik.

56

Mr. Radhamohan Gamaik through Collec-tor, Cuttack (Findspot : Jurērpur).

Nandas of Orissa Dēvānandadēva …. Sanskrit in Nāgarī

Issued from Jayapura. Records the gift by the king of a village in the Airāvaṭa-maṇḍala to Dēvapāla Bhaṭṭa.