II | Somesvara
I | Vikramaditya
VI | Somesvara
III | Somesvara
No.207 of 1926-27)
RON TALUK, DHARWAR DISTRICT
a stone set up in front of the Narayanadeva temple
(Somesvara II), 1074 A.D.
is dated Saka 996, Ananda, Asvija punnami, Tuesday, lunar eclipse,
corresponding to 1074 A.D., October 7.
records a gift of the village Kallamanapalli to the god Tripurusha by Kannadagandhivigrahadhipati,
Mahaprachanda-dandanayaka Jannamayya, with the approval of the king.
The donor is said to have had a temple constructed in honour of
the deity at Nidungundi in Kisukadu Seventy.
The earlier portion contains a genealogical account of the
Chalukya. The epigraph is
mutilated and worn out.
No. 261 of 1927-28)
Bagalkot Taluk, Bijapur District
a slab lying in the Maruthi temple
inscription contains references to the followingtwo dates : (1) Saka 911
(wrong for 912) and Vikrita in the reign of Taila II, corresponding to
990-91 A.D. (2) Saka 955, Srimukha in the reign of Jagadekamalla
Jayasimha II, corresponding to 1033-34 A.D. But from an allusion to
Somesvara II found in the epigraph, it appears to have been incised on
stone later during the reign period of this king (1069-76 A.D.).
record gives an account of the Sinda chiefs of Bagadage and mentions a
gift of land made by Nagaditya of this family.