It is dated in the 5th year and registers a gift of the village Dēviyārēndal
to the god Vairava-Nayanār (i.e., Bhairava), whose vehicle, the dog is appro-
priately found sculptured on the top of the slab.
51. Maravarman Parākrama-Pāṇḍya is represented by a single inscription
(No. 424) from Tiruppālaippandal in the South Arcot district. This incomplete
record dated in the 3rd year of the king
mentions the Paḷḷis of Muḍiyanūr, and
may probably be assigned to the king of that name whose accession took place in