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No. 364     

(A. R. No. 364 of 1906)

Tiruchirapalli District, Pudukkottai State, Kudumiyamalai.

Sikhanathasvami Temple --- On The Same Wall.

Tribh. Kulottunga Choladeva--- 35th Year.

The inscription is said to have been copied over in the 3rd year of Sundara pandyadeva from its original position on the wall and tiers on the north side of the davana-mandapa, as in its place a new mandapa had to be erected to enshrine the god Tirunattapperuman. The order for this recopy is said to have been issued by the officer (?) Ponnan Gangeyan of Arrur the (the same who figures in No 362 above), on Margali, ba. 5, Saturday, Makha (=A.D. 1218, December 9. The day happens to be Sunday.) 


This records an undertaking given by the porkoyil-kaikkola soldiers of the three regiments of Konadu alias Irattapadikondasola – valanadu, to the temple at Tirunalakkunram in Kunrisul-nadu to collect among themselves every year a specified quantity of paddy required for the several items of daily worship and offerings to God Kadkkola Nayakar and his consort consecrated by them in the temple, and an amount of 25 kasu for the expenses of the tiruppavadai-amudu offering to the deities on the three occasions of festival in the temple in the months of Margali, Masi and Panguni.   

No. 371

(A. R. No. 371 of 1906)

Tiruchirapalli District, Pudukkottai State, Kudumiyamalai

Melaikkoyil Rock-Cut Temple --- On The Same Wall.

Tribh. Kulottunga-Choladeva  (I) --- 45th Year (A.D. 1114-15)

This records a gift of a lamp-stand and 96 sheep for burning a perpetual lamp in the temple of Tirunalakkunram-Udaiyar in Irattapadikondasola-valanadu by a Vellala resident of Karaiyur by name Vettan Ponnan alias Sembiyan Konattuvelan and another gift for a similar purpose, of 4 ma of land at Iluppaikkudi village made cultivable after its purchase from the temple itself by Velan Porkaman alias Uttamasola.  Muvendavelan of Idaiyarrur in the same nadu. Both the gifts are said to have been left in charge of the sivabrahmanas of the temple.

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