55. From Gōranṭḷa in the Kurnool district comes a single record (No. 315)
belonging to the Yādava dynasty. It is dated in Śaka 1137, Yuva, corresponding
to A. D. 1216, January 25, in the reign of Śingaḷadēva (Siṅgaṇa), who ruled during
the period A..D.1210-1247. It states that
when Mahāpasāyita Lakshmīdēva-Daṇḍa-
nāyaka, who bore the biruda ‘Paśchimarāya Bhōjadēva-diśāppaṭṭa ‘ was governing the locality, the officer (Sarvādhikāri) Yindapa-Nāyaka who was in charge of
Nalavāḍi-vishaya consecrated the image of Anmēśvaradēva in the name of his
father in the temple at Gōraṭa and made a gift of land for worship and offerings
therein. A Raṭṭa chieftain of Saundatti who flourished in this period was
known as Lakshmīdēva II (c. A. D. 1228), (Fleer, Kan. Dyn., p. 551), but he was
perhaps different from the general figuring in the present record, who might be
probably identical with Lakshmīdēva figuring in records of Jaitrapāla (B. K.
No. 47 of 1937-38 and B. K. No.157 of 1933-34) and in one of Siṅgaṇa himself
B.K.No.51 of 1928-29).