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A series of terrible battles ensues : Agni comes to the help of Nila Raja, and Sabadeva’s army is in the pint of dostruciion, when he propitiates Agni and peace is made. The latter married Pakshala Devi, who bore him two sons, Raksha Malla and Soma Bhupala, of whom tho elder, Immadi (or the second) Raksha Malla, succeeded his father and was ruling at ' the time of the grant. Having traced the Gan gas thus far after their downfall in Mysore, and seen how on the occurence of that catastrophe members of the family found refuge with the neighbouring powers to the north, and were admitted to posi- tions of influence and honour under them, we have now to direct our atlenlion to a more distant quarter, where tho Ganga sovereignty was revived and Ganga kings ruled with great glory for several centuries.

Hi lf, seenis to represent i Jie tnasisacro of pi T-soners; btlicii in the l altlej I y throwing them bemre an depiiant; probably the one captureil from the enemy; a.s inhi-attvl Ly ilic arrows still sticking in his fbre- * Iiii.s claboi'ut' ly scuiptvivotl stone Reports having been received that the ravisher was Rtivana, and tlmt he had carried off liis victim to Lanka, Sugriva sent for Hanuraan, the chief of Hanuyara dvfpa (Hondvar or Honoro on the Canam coast) and despatched him, as being of Edk’ * The Silalidras of Ilarah&U (f(arh:;td) near Kolnpurclai n to be Vidy&dliaras and connccicd with royal race of Ceylon. Thence he crosses the Kkveri to the city of Mahishraati (Maliishiir, Mysore) and attacks Nila liaja its king.. His wife was Somala Devi, by whom he had a son Nmuigala Raja.

The four boundaries of the Munibrinda kshetra, in which my great gi’and- father Yuddhishthira rested, are the following on the east, (ho w^eslcrn bank of the Tungabhadra flowing north ; on tho south, north of tho confluence of streams at Agastya us Tama j on the west, tho eastern bank of tho Tabhana river ;on the north, the south bank of the Bhinua river. Whoso by violence takes away a Brahman s vritfi, w'hether presented by himself or by another, shall assuredly bo born a worm in ordure for sixty thousand years. 163 and 164, but their name, though connected with one of the most inter- esting places in the south oflndia, has been very rarely met with, and the dy- nasty has hitherto found no niche in history. .304) belongs to the reign of a king named Malia- vali Rararasa of the Mahavali kula, ? With regard to the Mabavali-kula, they are mentioned in an inscription obtained by Sir Walter Elliot, * from which it appears that the Chdlukya king Vikramyitya I (?

* S'rl jaydh Jpjudays Yu Mhishi Hre s'a U Fuivcau/dkhye ekonamamt Pifaisare Salmya- tndse dt^idvdsydynni Setumynvu Te rnalidiyjduthirdjci Tdjfirjxtydi lies' vuro vi Tu-pratcapor S^edi Kwudiu Mbhaw Vaiyagrayipdda-gotra Bh S'rl Jamnujnya bhuyo A Kishkindhihudg-irymi Msaimthah saka U-viirndsframd^harr M-pruti^^^^^ pn'emm des'asya Sitdpura Vr Uodara kshefre tatrapi Munihrindc Hnathasya Oaruia'mhana Tirfha s'runad s'ts/iya Mwalyandihoir drddhita SUa-Mimsya pujdrtham krita th Mani-sadhauain esma^rapitdnuda-Yudhuhthird M- 9ht Ha'‘Munibrindaa Deva, Pnrandara ... doorkeepers {pratihh a) to Parames'- vara adored by all three worlds as the lord over gods and giants ( sura and asura ). 305) is of the reign of Mahavali Bdnarasa, who seems on account of his victories to have been called Vikrarauditya, and to whom other kings gave the celebrated name of Buna Vijy^dhara.'^' Mahavali is evidently the same as Mababali, after whom Mababalipur or the Seven Pagodas, on the eastern coast a few miles south of Madras, was "named. per load; dye seeds \ hdga a load ; all other kinds of seed 1 hdga a load ; ■ • • • • Betel vines 1 leaf daily per row ; areca nut trees 1 nut daily for each line ; tim- ber 1 hyale a cart load ; straw and firewood 1 byale a cart load ; • • • Country bred horses 1 hyale a gadijdna ; elephants 1 haga per gadyana \ camels 1 hydle a gadydna ; female servants 1 hydde per gadydna; carts 1 hyale per gadydna; bullocks 1 hyale a head; buffaloes 1 hdga a head; goats, sheep and other such cattle 1 visa accordinir lo the excise rate ; servants 1 haga a year f u ; char-crs of the troopers 5 pana a year for each horse; great otiicials, from 10 up to 100 Iwnnu ; field slaves (jitgara) 1 pana a year for each ; . 650 — 681) conquered the chief of the Mahamallaf kula, besides by the capture of Kdnchi subjecting the Pallava king Jayates Vara Pota Raja. 283, Chaticlra., 27, 31, 44, 48, 66 69 83 84,253, 260, 271,275, 309, 31 1’ 321, 324.

3 60 to aooertaio the traih of llie tidlc^ Qe brought back tbk! f In the course of his march he comes to a region called Guha which he subdues.* This is by tradition the name of the country round Hariliara on the Tunga* bhadra. been established by the Chdluky as in a principality situated at about the site of the modern Vijayanagar on both sides of tho Tungabhadra, as there aro temples and grants by the ‘ Qjangas at^Lakshmesvar. But when he came to the icine^ and was informed how it was obtained, he was begend measure delighted with the bever- age', and then asked, what was the chief food of the king, and what was the gireatest extension of life among the Persians. , 1277 Of the early kings, Mayiira Varmma was the most celebrated : but the XJhandra Varmmas who preceded him are of high interest, if, as seems proba^ hie, they respectively represent, one, Chandrahasa, the hero of the popular and romantic story of that namef, and the other, the progenitor of the Ko:g^ o|: Ooorg race t * Chandrahdsa’s capital is said to have been at Kubattur in the Shim Oga District. Land given by oneself Is as a daughter, that given by one’s father is as a sister, that given by another is as a mother ; ihcrefore a gift of land must never bo resumed. May that glory To quote the pas* sage from Herodotus referred to : “ When the Ichthyophagi had arrived from Elephantine, Cambyses despatched them to the Ethiopians, prescribing what they were to say ; and carrying gifts, consisting of a purple cloak, a golden neck-chaiti arailets, a stone jar filled with myrrh, and a flask of dale wine*, These Ethiopians, to whom Cambyses was sending, are described as the most gigantic and the handsomest of men : their customs, it is added, are totally different from those of other nations, and especially so far as regards tlie royal power; t Jiese people investing with the sovereignty that citizen whom they re- gard as of most gigantic stature, and of strength commensurate to his size. Being the favourite of Vijaya Narayana, he gained the empire of the south *, the champion who took Uchchingi, which jn length and breadth can be compared within the limits of the lower world to a second sky alone, and was celebrated in the three worlds ; and afterwards, when Vdndya cast himse K on his protection, restored him his kingdom ; thus dftto would thus be about |00, we diid a Gauga, lord of Koldlspura, and namiya Ganga^ a Ganga of truth— a title evidently derived from the Saiga Tahja of the later Idogs of his Hue— fighting under the Pallava king and loiang his life in the battle. 14S) Satya [Vdhya], lord of Kuvalalapura, chief of Nandagiri, having the ensign of a lusty elephant, nanniya Ganga, &c., a gift at Balagami, apparently in 1058, in succession to the Chdlukya king Jaya Simha, Though making no direct acknowledgement of dependence, he was probably subordinate to the Chalukyas ; but the names have been deliberately mutilated. 307) we have retaining the titles, now shorn of their meaning, Konguli Varmnia Dbarmma Mahdrajadhiraja— and lord of Koldlapura, with the crest of a lusty elephant, and also calling himself wowwjyci Gang Of holding the position of governor of the Arahala Seventy and Meldla nianncya under the lloysala king (? 142), after h aving subdued the neighbouring Chera*, Chola, Pandya and Pallava kings, appointed as governor of the Banavase Twelve thousand, the Santalige Thousand, the Mandali Thousand and the eighteen agraharas. 262, 332 ) had about 20 years before pos- sessed birnself by conquest of the whole of the former Ganga kingdom : the ^gnificant Ganga titles are now dropped by the representative of the family. Merit is a common bridge for kiugs : this from age to age deserves your support, 0 kings of the earth. The sons-in-law on seeing this were struck with horror, and immediately threw themselves into the cataract at Gagana Chukki ; and their example was followed by their wives, whose arrogance had been the cause of such disasters. Virtue is of more merit than a thousand horse sacrifices. ateumed the form of a Brali man dwarf— the vdmana , the 6fth incam- alion— and appearing before him, asked a boon, which was promised. The spies replied, that the king ate bread, and described the nature of wheat ; and stated that the longest dut&«139 (x)- Tamra S'asana at Tirtliahalli, Professed dates, c. ‘•t' 3 riatcs, 4 suks.—Dcran^ffari Charucfcrs, Adored be S'rl Ganadhipiift, May the four arms of Vishnu protect you, vvhich are as dark as the raiocloi Kl ; which are hardened with thensooftho bow S'arnga and the blows of its bow-stiing ; which arc like the p llars of the mantapa of the three worlds. — In the year 89 of tho glorious increasing Yuddhish^hira era, tho year Plavanga, in the month Sahasya (Margaslnra), on the day of new moon, W'cdnesday,'^— Bhapa^ tlie great king of kings, the supreme ruler, tho valiant among heroes, born in the Hum Icida^ in tho Vaiyagrapipada gotra,-— from his throne in IQs Windha-nagara, protecting the various orders and religious ceremonies of all castes, made this gift of land for the worship of Sifalidiiia adored by Kaivalyanatha, disci pic of Garu- davahana Tirtha of the Munibrinda matha, situated in the Vri.kodara ksheira, in Sitaimra, in the west country. 1167 Ketarasn, Najjati arasa 1171 Toppa Devarasa, Ni:! He was the son of a king of Kerala (Malabar), but on the death of father and mplher, was carried to Kuntala (N, Sbimoga, Dharwar and neigh- bouring districts) by his nurse, where she also died, and be was reduced to T a From Sir Waltsr EUiot, {Mad. Dogs will eat wdiat is vomited I)y any other creature, but not what is vomited by their own species : how mncli baser is ho who resumes a gift himself has made. His titles are Ganga Permraanadi Bhuvanaika Vi'ra, and he is lord of Kolalapura and Nandagiri, has the crest of a lusty elephant, and is a Ganga of truth (nanniya Ganga). This Ganga Raja’s wife was Ni,gala Devi, and they had a bod Bappa. 158) EJckdlarasa, ‘ a moon in raising the fortunes of the Ganga family’, appointed to superintend an agrahara estab* lished in the reign of the Kalachurya king Bijjalaby the governor of Bana- vase *, while his son Tailapa Devarasa and his son-in-law Eraharasa remit ttto “claim to certain dues in the same place (p. Thus docs Ramachan- dra beseech the kiugs who come after him. Jagadeva l Uyal of Ghannapatna and STi Hanga Raja of Talakud, the two most powerful of the neighbouring Pak'gurs, then came, and removed all the people and wealth of the place. — The rule of this ancient house is established by the inscriptions Nos. These various dues whoso desires happiness will pay. (Signatures in Kannada characters,) Sd I u 3£u I eg a varu, S'ri Ganes'vara Navares'vara Levant, 147 (xviii). Tisluni requested only as much ground as he could pace in three steps, declining any- thing more, and this much was confirmed to him with the pouring of wate* As the water fell into his hand, the dwarf’s form expanded till it filled the world ; and Vishnu, now manifesting himself, deprived Bali at two steps of heaven ^ earth, hut on account of some virtues the latter possessed, left Patala or the infernal regions Still in his dominion. 7 S‘, — Purvada Ha{e Sanna^a Characters, May it be well.— WMe the aaspidous Eretjapparasa, brilliant as light- ning descending among the stars in the clear firmament of the world-renowned 6mga race, protector of tlie mighty hings of Valala and Me Uala, the chosen lord and possessor of the fortune of the auspicious Tae Za’s dominion, adorned with the ornaments of a cluster of innumerable good qualities, of superhuman power, having despoiled all his enemies of their territories, was ruling the Ganga- vddi Ninety-six Thousand under the shadow of his single Umbrella- Desiring to fight with Blra Maliendra, Ayyapa Eevanga with his tribut- aries came against the whole Nngalla army and fought with all his footmen. The council hastened to appeas s him, 4nd he granted the boon that the women of Mahishmati should thenceforth be free from the bonds of marriage, in order that no adultery might exist iu the lanf; and that ho would befriend the king in time of danger. { Chet Ginga (Churauga, Saranga Deva, Rudra Deva),.. When about to be condemned to pnnishment, he biased forth and revealed himself as the god Agni. 1285,) In the Auanda, the month Cliaitra, tlie 5tb day of the moon’s increase, Sunday, Nurasinga Deva, the son of S'ri Vira Pratapa chakravarti S'ri Vira Somes Vara Deva, presented to tlie god Ctumnd Kes'ava of Ueluru, the village of Ghikha Go . Tho following is the succession of the Ganga- vams'a kings of Orissa, as given in the chronicles preserved in the temple of Jagannatha at Puri.

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