XI - Part I
Vikramaditya V | Ahavamalla
Taila II | Irivabodanga
Jayasimha II | Trailokyamalla
Somesvara I | Bhuvanaikamalla
(B.K. No. 227 of 1926-27)
Sudi, Ron Taluk, Dharwar District
On A Slab Set Up Inside The Temple Of
The inscription belongs to the reign of Tribhuvanamalladeva
(Vikramaditya V). It
mentions the king’s sister Akkadevi, who was governing over
Kisukadu Seventy and registers the leasing out of certain
estates by the Six Gavundas and the Eight Settis of Sundi,
to the Mahajanas of the Brahmapuri of the locality.
The record is dated Saka 932, Sadharana,
Margasira, punnami, lunar eclipse.
The tithi quoted coincides with Wednesday,
November 8, A.D. 1010, but there was not lunar eclipse on this
day. The only lunar
eclipses in this year occurred on April 1 and September 26.
(B.K. No. 129 of 1926-27)
Kotavumachgi, Gadag Taluk, Dharwar District
On A Slab Set Up In Front Of The Temple Of
belongs to the reign of Tribhuvanamalladeva (Vikramaditya V) and
mentions his subordinate Dandanayaka Kesvayya as governing Belvola
Three Hundred and Purigere Three Hundred district. It records that the chief granted, with the king’s
permission, the agrahara Ummachige to Maunara
Sridharabhatta who left it in charge of the One Hundred and Four
Mahajanas of the place specifying certain conditions to be
observed by them. The record is dated Saka 934, Puhsya, su. I, Sunday,
Uttaryana-sankranti which, except for the week-day, corresponded
to Tuesday, 23rd December, A.D. 1012.