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BOMBAY-KARNATAKA INSCRIPTIONS

THE KALACHURIS

Ahavamalla | Bijjala | Rayamurari Sovideva | Sankama  

  No.143

(B.K. No. 66 of 1929-30)

TALIKOTI, MUDDEBIHAL TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

On a pillar in the Ramasvami temple

Ahavamalla, 1181 A.D.

This is dated the third regnal year of the king, Plava, Vaisakha su. 13, Monday, corresponding to 1181 A.D., April 18.  The weekday, however was Saturday.

It records a gift of one pon collected from each village in Hagarittage Three Hundred for worship and offerings, etc., to the end god Somanatha of Taliyakote.  The gift was made by Padmarasa-dandanayaka, the Nadadhikari  of Hagarittage Three Hundred, with approval of his brother-in-law Mahapradhana Lakshmideva, who was governing the province.  Lakshmideva is described as Mahaprachanda-dandanayaka, Lala-khandeyakarar-adhishthayaka and Anuga-sahanadhipati.

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