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South Indian Inscriptions 


 

  Tiruvarur Temple Inscriptions

No. 1.

(A. R. No. 570 of 1904.)

Tiruvarur, Negapatam Taluk, Tanjore District.

On the south wall of the Achalesvara shrine, Tyagarajasvamin temple.

This records a gift of two silver vessels in which offerings were to be made to god Tiruvaraneri-Alvar by Udaiyapirattiyar Sembian-Mahadeviyar for the merit of Uttama-Choladeva. This is evidently an inscription of the reign of Rajaraja I whose uncle was Uttama-Chola. 

No. 291.

(A. R. No. 572 of 1904.)

Tiruvarur, Negapatam Taluk, Tanjore District.

On the west wall of the mandapa in front of the Achalesvara shrine in the 2nd prakara of the Tyagarajasvamin temple.

This records an agreement by the uravar of Tiruvarur to supply an uri of oil every day for burning 2 perpetual lamps before the god Tiru-Araneri-Udaiyar, for an endowment of three veli of land at Menmangalam made by a certain Kurukalan Tirumulattanat-Tondar. The standard measure is called Tirunilakantan. The writing belongs to about the twelfth century A.D.

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