Tamil and Sanskrit: Inscriptions from Stone and Copper-plate Edicts at Mamallapuram, Kanchipuram, in the North Arcot District, and Other Parts of the Madras Presidency, Chiefly Collected in 1886-87
superintendent, Government Press, 1890 - Inscriptions, Sanskrit - 184 pages
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alias alſº alth assembly biruda Brahmachärin as temple called Chidambaram Chola consisting crude pearls déva Eastern Chalukya eight fºr four ghee per day girl goddess gºt half hundred hundred-and-sixtieth inscription kalam karañju and three karañju of silver kášu king kunri of gold kuruni of paddy land lord mandapa manjādi measure nādu Nāga Nandivarman nári niche North Arcot º º ºff ºth Pallava Pändya paragraph Paramé Perundaram plates polished pearls Qajºr Qasir Qasr Qureir Rājarāja Rājarājadéva Rājén reign resides round pearls roundish pearls sacred lamp Saka Sanskrit share shepherd shrine Śiva small pearls sºr strung subdivision supply one temple Tamil Tañjāvūr Tanjore temple servant temple watchman TEXT three kuruni three quarters three-hundred-and-twentieth TRANSLATION twentieths urakku of ghee uterine brother verse Vikramāditya village Vishnu Vishnuvardhana weighed