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Early Gupta Inscriptions

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Pudukkottai

BOMBAY-KARNATAKA INSCRIPTIONS

THE YADAVAS

Jaitugi | Bhillama | Singhana | Kannara | Mahadeva | Ramachandra

No.153

(B.K. No. 23 of 1930-31)

MANAGOLI, BAGEVADI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT

On a slab built into the wall right of entrance of the mandapa of the Hanuman temple

Jatiugi, Circa 1200 A.D.

The date portion of the inscription is lost.  In the introductory portion are mentioned an officer of the king, named Sahadeva and his elder brother Dandesa  Mallideva.  The stone is broken and all other are lost.

Published in the Epigraphica. Indica, Vol. V, Page 28 ff.

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