The Indian Analyst

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ANANTAPUR DISTRICT
TADPATRI TALUK.

 

MADRAS STATE

 

 

 

1

Amaḷḷadinne.─Stone set up near the
village chāvaḍi

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….

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Telugu

Fragmentary. Seems to record a gift by the members of
the Vipravinōdin community (details lost). In characters
of about the 16th century A. D.

2

Chāgallu.─Slab built into the wall of the
Virūpāksha temple outside the village.

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….

Śaka……, Jaya, Kārttika
[śu.]11, Monday.

Kannaḍa

Damaged. Seems to record the construction of the
garbha-gṛiha and the sukhanāsi of the Virūpāksha
temple at Chāgale surnamed Bukkarāyapura, situated in
Heṁneya-māgaṇe in the Gutti-rājya by Bhaṇḍārada Dēma-
rasa, for the beatitude of his father Malarasaya. In
characters of about the 16th century A. D.

3

Chikkēpalle (hamlet of Chāgallu).─Slab
set up near the temple of Pōlēramma.

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….

Śaka 1720, Kāḷayukti,
Śrāvaṇa ba.12, Friday=
A.D. 1798, September 7, Fri-
day ; ∙54. (The month was
Nija-Śrāvaṇa).

Telugu

States that the temple of Channakēśava was caused to be
constructed by Nārāyaṇa-Reḍḍi, a resident of Chikkēpalle,
a majarā (hamlet) of Chāgallu.

3(a)

Same slab

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….

Ānanda

Do.

States that, under the instructions of Nummatānu Sāhēbu,
Nārāyaṇa-Reḍḍi had a canal dug out near Chāgallu and
assigned daśavandha land for its upkeep.

4

Chinna Pappūru.─Slab lying near the
dilapidated temple outside the village.

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….

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Do.

Damaged and fragmentary. In characters of about the
17th century A. D.

5

Slab set up near the same place

Bāṇa

Mahāsāmanta Chiḷparasa

Śaka 990, Kīlaka

Kannaḍa

Damaged. Seems to record a gift of land to a nāvida.

6

Another slab set up in the same place

Do.

Aggapa

..

Do.

Damaged.

7

Chukkalūru.─Slab set up near the
Chennakēśava temple.

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….

Śaka 1[67]1, [Prajōtpatti],
Kārtika śu. 11, Wednesday.
Irregular. The cyclic and
Śaka years do not tally.

Telugu

Damaged. Seems to record a gift of land for the benefit
of the god Chennakēśava at Chukalūru (details lost).

8

Stone lying near the Āñjanēya temple

Vijayanagara

[Sadāśiva ]dēva Mahārāya

Śaka 146[6], Krōdhi,
Kārttika śu. 11 = A.D.
1544, October 26, Sunday ;
∙65.

Do.

Damaged. Seems to record the remission of certain taxes
by Mahāmaṇḍalēśvara Rāmarājadēva Mahārāja (details
lost).

9

Jūṭūru.─Stone set up in the Chennakē-
śava temple.

Do.

Do.

Śaka 1449, Sarvajit, Chaitra
ba. 6, Saturday = A.D. 1527
March 23, Saturday ; ∙70.

Sanskrit and
Telugu.

Records that Daḷavāyi Timma-Māhēśvara, younger brother
of Kṛishṇama Nāyaka, assigned a piece of land as sarva-
mānya for the daily offerings, etc., of the gods Kēśava and
Paramēśvara in his fief village Pena-Jūṭūru situated in
the Gutti-sīma.