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K. No. 84 of 1928-29)
HUNGUND TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT
a broken stone set up near the village chavadi
is dated the 27th regnal year of a king whose name is lost,
Hemalambi, Magha ba. 14, Monday. the numeral 7 of the regnal yar nad the letter So
denoting the weekday are both doubtful readings.
The details, then, correspond to 1238 A.D., February 15, when
Singhana was ruling. The
regnal year and other details also correspond to 1298 A.D., February 10,
f.d.t. 74, when Ramachandra was ruling.
seems to record a gift for the daily offerings to a god.
The epigraph is badly damaged and further details are lost.
K. No. 95 of 1928-29)
BILGI PETHA, BIJAPUR DISTRICT
a set up in front of Ramalinga temple
commences with thewell known Vachana of Siddharama.
From the identity of the royal prasasti that follows, the
inscription appears to belong to a Yadava ruler of Devagiri.
epigraph being damaged and fragmentary, almost all the details are lost.
DHARWAR TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT
a broken slab in front of the Kalamesvara temple
epigraph contains a part of the Kadamba prasasti. From an
invocation to the Sina-Sasana in the beginning, it appears to have
recorded a gift to a Jaina temple.
The inscription is badly damaged and fragmentary.
No. 14 of 1927-28)
RON TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT
a stone lying Survey No.133
is dated Saka 1477, Angirasa, Karttika su.3.
The date is ireegular. Saka
1477 corresponds to the cyclic year Rakshasa when the details agree to
1555 A.D., October 18.
registers a gift of garden for maintaining a charitable picotta on the
Hadagali-Evagal road by the administrative officer of Gadugu-sime and
the local officials under instructions from Maharajadhiraja Mallika
No. 77 of 1928-29)
BILGI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT
a pillar called Malagamba on the Siddesvara hill
is dated Saka 1511, Virodhi, Sravana su.1, Thursday, corresponding to
1589 A.D., July 3.
seems to record the setting up of two pillars for lamps by Khanderava
Timmaji of Sainika-gotra, a subordinate of
Vagir Haider Khan. The
language of the record is Martahi and the script Nagari.
No. 96 of 1928-29)
BADAMI TALUK, BIJAPUR DISTRICT
a slab lying in Survey No. 91
states that Salabhatakhan Saheb conferred upon Devangauda of Aluru the
honour of riding a horse with a parasol and a gift of garden free of
No. 50 of 1927-28)
MUNDARGI TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT
a slab set up in front of the village chavadi
is dated Saka 1573, Khara, Chaitra ba. 5, corresponding to 1651 A.D.
March 31. The weekday is
records a kowl granted by the Muslim officer of Kalikere-sime
exepting tax on the construction of new houses for a period of seven
years. The details are not