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No. 616 (Page No 430)

(A. R. No. 616 of 1907)  

Nandaluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Saumyanatha temple – on a fourth slab lying near the outer gopura 

Published in S.I.I., Vol. X, No. G. 496.

No. 619 (Page No 431)

(A. R. No. 619 of 1907)  

Gundluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Agastyesvara temple – on a slab set up in the premise

Published in S.I.I., Vol.   No.

(Miscellaneous Inscriptions-Telugu)


No. 610 (Page No 425)

(A. R. No. 610 of 1907)  

Nandaluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Saumyanatha temple – on the outer gopura, right of entrance 

This is dated in Saka 1186, Raktakshi, Makara, ba. 15, Sunday, Sravana,  ardhodaya (A.D. 1265, January 18). 

This record the gift of magamai (duty on articles of merchandise) from Pottappinadu which he had been long levying with the sanction of the Nattavar, setti and others, to the temple of Sokkapperumal, by the chief Nagarasa the pradhani of Gandapendara Jannigadeva for tirupponagam offering daily with one tumbu of rice and with double that quantity on the days of Margali and other specified days.  Provision was also made for the daily supply of three flower garlands to the temple through one Dasar Tirumangaiyalvan for a remuneration of the daily sustenance with a nali of offered rice and 2 madai in cash once every year. 

Jannigadeva was a minister under the Kakatiya queen Rudramba and was administering the country between Panungallu and Marjavadi in succession to Gangaya-Sahini (A. R. 1910, Part II, para 46).


No. 618 (Page No 430)

(A. R. No. 618 of 1907)  

Gundluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Lakshminarayana temple – on another slab set up

in the same place

Ambadeva Saka 1213 Khara 

The inscription is damaged. It is dated in Saka 1213, Khara, Kanya, ba. 8, Monday, Punarvasu corresponding to A.D. 1291, September 17. It records a gift of a land behind the temple and an areca-garden as sarvamanya to the temple of Lakshminarayana-Perumal at Gundalur in Merpakkai-nadu of Adhirajendramandalam, by the chief (Ambadeva) for his own welfare and prosperity. This Ambadeva belonged to a family of Kayasthas of whom the first member Gangaya-Sahini was a cavalier in the service o Kakatiya Ganapati. He was succeeded in his office by his sister’s son Janniga-Janardanadeva and next to him came Tripurarideva (No. 229 of 1936) whose younger brother and the most powerful of the family was Ambadeva. The troublous times that followed after the death of Ganapati and during the reign of Rudramba account for this chief’s not
acknowledging any overlord.  No. 268 of 1905 from Tripurantakam in Kurnool gives a long account of his exploits (A. R. for 1906, Part II, para 44).

No. 621 (Page No 433)

(A. R. No. 621 of 1907)  

Gundluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Agastyesvara temple – on the south wall of the central shrine

Ambadeva Saka 1211 

This consists of a Tamil and a Sanskrit portion. The former gives the name of the cyclic year only viz. Virodhi, and records the gift by the chief of some taxes (?) due to him, for burning three lamps and for rice offerings in the temple of Agastisvaram-udaiya Nayanar at Kundaiyur. The latter gives the Saka year 1211 in addition, and gives other details of date as Makara-Sankrama, Smara-tithi (Full-moon ?) and Monday after eulogizing his glory and exploits, of which prominent mention is made of his victory over a certain Mallideva-nripati. 

No. 623 (Page No 435)

(A. R. No. 623 of 1907)  

Gundluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Agastyesvara temple – on the same wall

Ambadeva  Saka 12[19];  1297-98 A.D. 

The Saka year is doubtful as also the cyclic year. The latest known date of this chief is saka (No. 207 of 1936). The inscription records a gift of money received by way of fines by impoundage of cattle grazing on cornfields, as well as fees on rush plant collected from channel at Gundalur, for burning a lamp in the temple during the morning service of god Tiruvagattisvaram-udaiyar.   


No. 622 (Page No 434)

(A. R. No. 622 of 1907)  

Gundluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Agastyesvara temple – on the same wall

Somideva  Saka 1206 : 1284-85 A.D. 

This is dated in Saka 1206, Tarana, Tai Sankrama and records the gift of the magamai duties on articles of merchandise levied at Gundlur and the sotram (rent ?) from the devadana, Pidari-Parru, Bhairava-sthana and Ganapati-sthana lands at the place, for burning perpetual lamps and for offerings and worship to the god in the temple of Tiruvagastisvaram-udaiya Nayanar, for the merit of Somideva-Maharaja. The identity of this chief is not clear.


No. 595  (Page No 416)

(A. R. No. 595 of 1907)  

Nandaluru, Rajampet Taluk, Cuddapah District

Saumyanatha temple – on the inner Eastern gopura, right side 

This is an incomplete inscription beginning with a Sanskrit verse which states that this is an edict of Ganga-bhupa. In the Tamil portion that follows mention is made of this chief under the name Gandapendara Gangayya-Sahini and of another person Saranga-Nayaka. Gangaya Sahini was a subordinate under Kakatiya king Ganapati and was ‘ruling the whole country from Panungallu to Marjavada’ (No. 306 of 1931). The inscription is dated in Sadharana, Karkataka, su. 12, Monday, Jyeshtha which should correspond to A.D. 1250.

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