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Preface

Introduction

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The Pallavas of Kanchi

The Chalukyas of Badami

Rashtrakutas

Western Chalukyas

Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya VI

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Tamil & Sanskrit Inscription

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Kannada Inscriptions

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Pallava Inscriptions

Chola Inscriptions

Pandya Inscriptions

Bombay Karnataka Inscriptions

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Inscriptions  during 1903-04

Other South-Indian Inscriptions 

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Tiruvarur

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Konerirajapuram

Tanjavur

Annual Reports 1935-1944

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Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum Volume 2, Part 2

Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum Volume 7, Part 3

Kalachuri-Chedi Era Part 1

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Epigraphica Indica

Epigraphia Indica Volume 3

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Epigraphia Indica Volume 6

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Epigraphia Indica Volume 27

Epigraphia Indica Volume 29

Epigraphia Indica Volume 30

Epigraphia Indica Volume 31

Epigraphia Indica Volume 32

Paramaras Volume 7, Part 2

Śilāhāras Volume 6, Part 2

Vākāṭakas Volume 5

Early Gupta Inscriptions

Archaeological Links

Archaeological-Survey of India

Pudukkottai

BOMBAY-KARNATAKA INSCRIPTIONS

VOLUME XI - Part II

TRIBHUVANAMALLA VIKRAMADITYA VI

All the inscription in this part belong to the reign of king Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya VI of the Western Chalukya dynasty of Kalyana.

No. 203 - 211 | No. 119 - 139 | No. 140 - 160 | No. 161 - 181 | No. 182 - 202  


No. 203

(B.K. No. 90 of 1926-27)

Mulgund, Gadag Taluk, Dharwar District

On The Dhvajastambha In Front Of The Narayanadeva Temple

This inscription is not dated.  It registers a gift of three donis at the village Posayur belinging to god Narayanadeva, made by Narasingha-Bhatta, the disciple of Sakalaprakasa-Bhattaraka, who was worshipped (aradhya) by the king Tribhuvanamalladeva.  Sakalaprakasa-Bhattaraka figures as ruling over th Periggeri of Mulugunda and Posavur in B.K. No. 114 of 1926-27

No. 204

(B.K. No. 121 of 1926-27)

Nilgund, Gadag Taluk, Dharwar District

On A Broken Slab Set Up In The Kalamesvara Temple

This damaged and mutilated inscription refers itself to the reign of Tribhuvanamalladeva; but its date is lost.  It contains some verses in praise of Balavarmayya of the Vatsa lineage, the chief (greamesvara) of the village Nirggunda.  Mdimayya Nayaka and Bhogadityadeva are mentioned.

No. 205

(B.K. No. 215 of 1926-27)

Abbigeri, Ron Taluk, Dharwar District

On A Stone Pillar In The Temple Of Isvara On The Bund Of The Tank Called Kempageri

This damaged inscription refers itself to the reing of the Chalukya king [Tribhuvana]malla, who was ruling at Kalyanapura; but its date is lost.

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No. 206

(B.K. No. 90 of 1927-28)

Sirur, Mundargi Petha, Dharwar District

On A Broken Pillar In Front Of The Maligesvara Temple

This mutilated and damaged inscription is dated in Chalukya-Vikrama kala . . . Chaitra 15, other details being lost. It seems to register a gift of gold made by Mandalika Rajarasa, Perggade Martandayya and others at the instance of Tribhuvanamalla-Bhagalamahadevi, queen of Tribhuvana[malladeva].  Rajarasa is stated to be the maternal uncle (mava) of Bhagaladevi.

No. 207

(B.K. No. 91 of 1927-28)

Sirur, Mundargi Petha, Dharwar District

On A Fragment Of A Stone Set Up Near Sali’s Shop

This fragmentary inscription refers itself to the reing of Tribhuvanamalla.  Only some birudas of a Mahamandalesvara (name lost), one of which refers to Dvaravatipura, are preserved.

No. 208

(B.K. No. 252 of 1927-28)

Gaddanakeri, Bagalkot Taluk, Bijapur District

On A Slab Lying In The Outlet Of The Tank

This mutilated and damaged inscription seems to refer itself to the reing of Tribhuvana[malladeva].  The date is lost.  A certain feudatory (name lost) is praised.

No. 209

(B.K. No. 44 of 1928-29)

Hire-Singanagutti, Hungund Taluk, Bijapur District

On A Stone Set Up Near The Temple Of Isvara

This damaged inscription refers itself to the reign of Tribhuvanamalladeva; but the date is lost.  It seems to register a grant of land.  The Jain teacher Balachandra of the Desiga-gana and Postaka-gachchha and the division [Ka]rividi Thirty are mentioned.

No. 210

(B.K. No. 30 of 1930-31)

Mulvad, Bagevadi Taluk, Bijapur District

On A Slab Set Up In The Temple Of Kalamesvara

This damaged inscription refers itself to the reign of Tribhuvanamalladeva; but the dates is lost.  Only a portion of the prasasti of a feudatory, one of whose birudas was Maha-Vengimandaladhisvara is preserved.  The feudatory whose name is lost was probably Vishnuvardhana-Vijayaditya.

No. 211

(A.R. No. 456 of 1926)

Mugad, Dharwar Taluk, Dharwar District

On A Slab Set Up On The Tank-Bund

This inscription refers itself to the reing of Tribhuvanamalladeva: but bears no date and records no gift.  It gives in verse the genealogy of Nakarasa who was descended from Chavundaraya, the Nargavunda of Mugunda thirty, a sub division of Maharajavadi-nadu in Palasige Twelve-Thusand.  The record mentions the Mahamandalesvara Tribhuvanamalla Guvaladeva of the Kadamba lineage as governing Palasige Twelve-Thousand and Konkana Nine-Hundred.  Guvaladeva and nakarasa of this record are apparently the same Guvaladeva and nakarasa of A.R. No. 458 of 1926.

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