Lists of the Antiquarian Remains in the Presidency of Madras Volume 7

Lists of the Antiquarian Remains in the Presidency of Madras Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...inscriptions in Canarese. Pavili;--2 miles south of Marandahalli and 19 miles north-north-west of Dharmapuri. An old Siva temple, with inscriptions in, apparently, Tamil characters, but said to be " illegible." Pennagaram;--19 miles west of Dharmapuri. (Penngugurram.) An old Siva temple. Two miles south is a Vishnu temple, in front of which is a stone bearing an inscription. (Manual, 224-6.) Perumbalai;--19 miles south-west of Dharmapuri. (Paroombaulah.) Several dolmens. An old Siva temple, with three inscriptions on stones planted to the east of the temple. The inscriptions are said to be "unreadable." Poiximappatti;--20 miles west-north-west of Dharmapuri, (Pooliamputty.) An old Vishnu temple, with an inscription on a stone near it. Sukkampatti;--2 miles south of Marandahajli and 20 miles north-north-west of Dharmapuri. An ancient Siva temple, with inscriptions. UTTANKARAI TALUK. Achax.avadi;--19 miles south of Uttankarai, 3 miles'south-south-east of Harur. ( Utchellanaudy.) A little north of the village is an inscription on a stone. Adiharappatti;--11 miles south of Uttankarai. An ancient Vishnu temple in ruins near the river. There are some inscriptions in it. Agraharam;--12 miles south by west of Uttankarai. (Agrarum.) East of fehe village temple are thirty-five dolmens. Ajjampatti;--31 miles south-west of Uttankarai. There are ten dolmens here. Alambidi;--13A miles south-east of Uttankarai. (Aulaumbaudey.) In a field west of the village belonging to a farmer named Konayyan is a stone with an inscription. Anandur;--10 j miles west of Uttankarai. (Aunundoor.) An old ruined Siva temple. Andiyur;--6 miles north-east of Uttankarai. In a field of this village is a long inscription, said to be ..".show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 522g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123674585X
  • 9781236745859