VAṬṬEḸUTTU INSCRIPTION OF PARAMEŚVARA VARMĀ I FROM KARṆĀṬAKA

paramesa

          The following inscription is found near the Gopālakṛṣṇa temple at Bairākūr, Mulbagal taluq, Karṇāṭaka. The inscription is in Tamil and inscribed in Vaṭṭeḹuttu characters. The inscription is fragmentary and denotes the 12th regnal year of Vijaya Īśvara varmā who can be identified as Parameśvara varmā I of Pallava dynasty. The inscription refers to the…

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INSCRIPTION OF RĀJĀDHIRĀJA I FROM MĀDHAVAMANTRI DAM, KARṆĀṬAKA

madhav mantri

          The following inscription is a fragmentary one and fixed into a dam called Mādhavamantri dam Near Talkad, Karṇāṭaka. The inscription is in Tamil and Tamil script. It seems that the stone was taken from a temple at Tālakkāḍ while the dam was built before hundred years.           The inscription doesn’t have the starting portion….

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INSCRIPTION OF RĀJARĀJA FROM BALMURI KARṆĀṬAKA

balmuri-agastheeshwara

The following inscription is found on a stone near to Balmuri Agastyeśvara temple, West stone, Balmuri, Karṇāṭaka. The inscription is in Haḷe(old) Kannaḍa language. The inscription was published in Epigraphia Carnatica Volume III with the number SR 140. The inscription belongs to the 28th Regnal year of Rājarāja I of Coḹa dynasty. The śaka year…

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