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No. 317

(A. R. No. 317 of 1906)

North Arcot District, Walajapet Taluk, Tirumalpuram.

Ruined Vishnu Temple --- On The Same Wall

Rajendra – Chola I --- 21st Year (A.D. 1032 – 33)

This begins with introduction Tirumanni valara etc. It is left incomplete with the mention of some provision by way of land gift for the expenses of a festival (?) on the day of dvadasi in the Margali month every year in the temple of Perumanadigal “who was pleased to reside at Govindapadi.”


No. 337

(A. R. No. 337 of 1906)

North Arcot District, Walajapet Taluk, Tirumalpuram.

Ruined Vishnu Temple --- On The Same Wall.

Parak. Rajendra-Choladeva I – 3rd Year (A.D. 1014-15) 

The inscription is damaged. It seems to record an endowment of 21 kalanju of gold to the temple at Govindapadi in Vallanadu by Kodan Namban [Na]ttagadi alias Uttmasola Brahma-Valavarajan of Aruvelur alias Vikrama-[singa]-Chaturvedimangalam in Nenmali-nadu a sub-division of Arumolideva-valanadu in Solamandalam for the feeding of Srivaishnavas on all the 9 days of the festival in Chittirai month in the temple. With this amount the temple is stated to have purchased tax-free, a piece of land from the sabha of Arumolideva-chaturvedimangalam in Valla-nadu. Mention is made at the end of the record, of the sabha of  Parakulantaka-chaturvedimangalam, the relevancy of which is not clear. 

No. 390

(A. R. No. 390 of 1906)

Tiruchirapalli District, Pudukkottai State, Tirumayyam.

Rock-Cut Siva Temple – At The Same Entrance, Left Side.

Rajendracholadeva – 21st Year (A.D. 1032-33)

The inscription is badly damaged. It records an endowment of 35 kalam to provide with the interest thereon, for the daily offerings to god Tirumeyyadavar, by Salapam Vidividangan of Manamangalam a brahmadeya village in Viraikkurram, a division of Solamandalam. Mention is made of a coin called Rajendrasolan madal. The epigraph begins with the usual introduction Tirumanni Valara etc.

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