No. 8─ PUSHPAGIRI INSCRIPTION OF THE TIME OF YADAVA SINGHANA
M. VENKATARAMAYYA, AGRA
The inscription edited below is engraved on a slab now lying near the Trikūṭēśvara shrine
in the compound of the Vaidyanāthasvāmin temple situated on the southern bank of the river
Pennār at Pushpagiri, a hamlet of Kōṭlūru, Cuddapah taluk, Andhra State. The lower part of
the inscribed stone is broken and lost. The concluding part of the inscription is, therefore, one
available, only seventeen lines of writing from the beginning being preserved. Nonetheless, the
extant portion of the inscription is interesting and deserves publication. I edit the record with the
kind permission of the Government Epigraphist for India.
 This is registered as No. 410 of the ARSIE for the year 1938-9.