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ARCEMOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INBIA

NEW IMPERIAL SERIES, VOL. LIV.

SOUTÏÏ-INDIAN INSCRIPTIONS (TEXTS)

YOLUME VIII

MISCELLÂNEODS HSCEIPTIONS FEOÏ THE

TAMIL, MLAÏALIM, TELUGU AND KANNADA COUNTEIES

EDITED

BY

K. V. STJBRAHMANYA AIYER, b.a-,

Superintendent for Epigraphy {Retired).

m A DU A s :

PEINT ED BY IHB SUPEBINTBNBENT, GOVEBNMENT PEBSS, AND PDBLI8HBD BT THE

MANA&BB OP PUBLICATIONS, DELHI

1937

PREFACE.

This volume of South-Indiaîx Inscriptioiis (Texts) relates to the inscriptions of the

Madras EpigrapHcal Collection, for the years 1902 (Nos- 416 to 663) aixd 1903 (î^os. 1 to

438). Of the 754 numbers contained liereia, 25 hâve been. pnblished already and one is

completely damaged. For the remaiaing 728, fiill texts are given. Excepting 13

inscriptions which are in Kannada and 2 in Telngu, the rest, viz.^ 713 are in Tamil»

As in the previons voliim,e, three appendices are given to help the reader in studying the

history of any particular king or dynasty. Since the Annual Reports on Epigraphy

for the years 1903 and 1904 hâve dealt with the importance of the principal inscriptions

in this collection, ît is unnecessary to give hère any lengthy account of thenj,. But

référence m.ay, however, be made to the contents of such of the valnable epigraphs as

hâve not been reported npon.

The earliest inscriptions in the volume belong to the Pallavasone of Param.es-

varavarman, one of Tellàrrerinda ISTandivarman and another of Nripatunga, Pallava

rule in the south is not only marked by the inscriptions of the family but also by the

naming of cities, tanks,

channels, etc.,

after the names or snrnames

of the

kings and theîr queens. Paramëévara-mangalam and Paramësvara-vâykkàl occnr

in Nos. 9, 104 and 304, Ekadhîra-chaturvëdinxangalam, probably named after Nandi-

varman Pallavamalla, is mentioned in No. 303, and Aggalanemmadi-chaturvëdi-

mangalam,:» caHed after the qneen of Nandivarman III, finds place in IsTo. 304. Vijayân-

kura-chaturvëdimangalam, mentioned in a few other inscriptions (Nos. 547, 566, 572-3

and 584), might hâve been similarly named. Inscriptions of the later Pallava king

Ferufijinga, ^who is varionsly styled Avaniyâlappirandàn, Bharatamvallaperumâl,

Mallaikâvalan, Pallavafvëndan and NissankamaUan,reveal the names of the chiefs

who issued his orders. Among them figure his own sons Sôlakôn and Vënâudaiyàn.

Perafijinga and his sons seem

to hâve eamed great renown

by the services

they rendered to temples.

The big tower

of

seven storeys on the sonthem

side of the Natarâja temple at Chidambaram, contaiaing scnlptural représentations

of the varions postures in dancing, was erected by Perunjinga and bore his surname

Sokkachchîyan (No. 51). Costly gifts made by him to this temple are registered in

inscriptions. Another of the ancient monuments of South India, that received a large

share of the bounty of this king and his other son Vënâudaiyàn, was the Siva temple at

Tiruvannâmalai. No. 69 of this volume is a unique record which gives a catalogue of

valuable présents of jewels made by the king and of the meritorious works executed by

his son. Speaking of Vënâudaiyàn the inscription states that he captured Mallai, Mayilai,

KâjQ.chî, Tandaga-nâdu, Pâli, Penriai and Kôval ; drove the Karnâtas from the west

to the south ; made the Telungar perish in the north ; destroyed the fortifications

of his enemies ; and engraved his insignia of royalty on the mountaia of the Tamil

chief Nannan. He is also caUed Gângëyan. And it is said that he erected several pavilions, prepared chariots for the god and goddess, built quarters for the permanent

résidence of ascetics and a rest-house for travellers, made numerous gardens and

dug many a tank and well, The mère list given ia the inscription is enough to convey an

idea as to the munificence of the gifts made and works tmdertaken*

Chôla records form the bulk of the texts* Almost ail the kings of the Vijayâlaya line are represented in them. Thèse records, especiaUy the earher ones, along with

others that had been pubhshed in the previous volumes of this Séries^ are highly impor-

tant for the interesting information which they afford regardîng the ancient admmis- tration of the country by village and divisional assemblies ; and they are sure to prove

useful to the student of ancient Hindu polity in his study and investigation of the

lY

nature and soope of tkese institutions- A text of an inscription of Parântaka I (No, 529

refera to thé célébration of tàe time-àonoured festival of Indra, tlie neglect of which^ it is stated in the twin Tamil epics, wonld be attended with great disaster to the

conntry, Another inscription (No. 234) of tbe time of Râjaràja I mentions two

daughtera of tbis king, one named Knndavaiyâr, who became the queen of tbe Eastern

Caiâliikya Vimalâditya, and tbe otber Nangaiyâr Mâdëvadigal. It is interesting to note

tbat tbe latter îs said to be tbe middle dangbter. Tbe revenue snrvey conducted in tbe

16tb year of bis reign. Le., A.D. 1001 and tbe sumame Sivapâdasëkbara borne by

bîm are noticed in two otber tests (Nos. 222-3). Râjëndra-Cbôla I is stated in No. 236

to bave passed tbrougb tbe tilaparvata on tbe 221st day ofbis 3rd régnai year, wben perbaps bis actual coronation took place. Tbe text of tbe next inscription refers to

the Mranyagarhlm performed by Râjarâja's queen Dantisaktivitanki alias Lôkamabâ-

dëvï at Vëmbarriir in Manni-nâdu. Relating to tbis there is a sculptural représentation

and a separate record at Tiravisalûr. Tbelater Chôla inscriptions, partie ularly of tbe

time of Kulôttunga III and Râjaràja III, furnisb tbe nan^es of tbe chiefs, who, by

entering into compacts among themselves, played an important part in the political

bistory of the period, characterised, as it was, by tbe invasions of the Pândya, Hoysala

and tbe Kâkatïya kings and by the rising of certain local familles into a state of inde-

pendence*

Tbe geograpbical information fumished in some of tbe iascriptions of tbis volume

îs also of great value to students of bistory and Tamil iiterature.

Milalai-kurram

which, ia classîcal Tamil works, îs said to bave been subject to therule of tbe chieftain

Vël Evvi and to bave been acquired by the Pândya after defeating him, is deiînitely

stated in No. 247 to be a district of the Pândya country. This information does but

confirm what we gatber from the Tamil work Tiruvalavàyndaiyàr-purdnam. Muttiîrru-

kûrram, another territorial division also belonging to the same cbicf , jSnds mention in a

number of epigraphs (Nos. 209 and 313). This division is stated to lie in the Pândya

country in an inscription of Parântaka I (No. 266 of 1907). The most renowned of

the Vël chiefs, who is celebrated in the sacred hymns of the Dëvàmm by the Saiva

saint Sundaramûrti-Nâyanâr and whose tenderness of heart and patronage to men of

letters are highly extoHed by tbe poets ofbis day, is Vël Pari. He is said to bave ruled

over a division caUed Parambu-nâdu and is claimed to bave belonged to Pândi-

mandalam.

It is interesting to note from the text of No. 423 of this volume tbat

Tiruvâdaviîr ni the Melur taluk of the Madura district belonged to Ten-Parambu-nàdu

le., the soutbem portion of Parambu-nâdu over which Pari ruled. A temple calied

Pârïévaram also occurs in No. 435 of tbe texts, but it was in a différent nàdu.

Tbe transcripts of tbe insciiptions in thi^s volume had, in the first instance, been

prepared in the Madras, and were

ofiSce of the Assistant Arcbseological Superintendent for Epigraphv

subsequently compared with the originals and revised by me in com'

Krishnamacbarlu before tbe manuscript was sent to the Press"

corrected, Tbe sending up of tbe material for the texts

of their proofs was donc by Mr. Krishnama

valuablehelprenderedby the présent Sunerin^

corrections and in referrL fl

pany with Mr, C. R.

Tbree proofs were read and

of the last 90 pages and the revision

charlu. lacknowledge with thanks tbe

tendent for Epigrapby and bis staff in carrying out tbe

the originals whenever doubtful points bad to be cleared up.

^

Ramanatbapuram, Coimbatore i

T.

.

,

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lat July 1935.

/

^- "^^ SUBRAHMANYA AIYER

^^^^j^.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Anantaptje Disteiot.

TEXTS

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SOUTH-mDIAîsr mSCRIPTIOFS

VOL. VIII

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