By Pandit Binayak Misra
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30 35 Maharajadhira-ja in good honours, TALCHEB PLATE 89 ParamainaheSvara, Paramabhattaraka, and Paramefrara health, meditates intimates and Sri Pubhakaradeva, being on the feet of orders the his parents, duly present and future Mahasamantas, Rajaputtras, Antarangas, Kumaras, A maty as, Uparikas. Visayapatis, Ayutakas, Dandapa&kas, Vallabha class and others in Southern To :aH and the Mahamahattaras, Vrhadbhogis, Sadyadhikaranas of the Manera visaya. LI. 35 11. Be it known to you that the village Addhendrakona, belonging to this visaya, with the ferry-places forests, and the "aundhika subjects and with the right of (collecting) the additional taxes, being made free from all encro- achments, has been granted to Kulaputtraka Suryapal-i, the son of Dimodaraplla and the grandson of Vumanapala according to the principle o lekhanl preoasatayl bhumi the enhancement of merits of the parents (It will continue) as long as the sun, the moon and cchidrapidhana for and self.
I need not therfore mention here the genealogy, available from the former plate, which is same as that given The document records the Jayakafaka made visaya in the latter one. gift of the village of Kongada-marulala Gundaja in Southern Tosali, Devakantha. The in Bhatta Narayana and Bhatta ". former donea belonged to the praoara Augirasa and to the * anupraoara Aui'vva and Savarnnasa of the Mangalya gotra and to t the latter one to the praoara Visvamitra and to the DevarAta and Audalla of the Kausika gotra.
LI. 6 After the departure of that renowned king 8. known for the land of gods, his son, as commands were as Kusumahara, mighty like a garland of flowers, adorning the heads became the king, the best among the chiefs of Manuja and of all rulers, men, skilled in causing the widowhood of enemies' wives and resembling the lord of gods. Ll. 9 When 13. he had reached the end of his achievements his mother, known as Tribhuvana-mabidevi in the three worlds, took upon the burden (of administration) kingdom and shone like Fesa, holding up the earth on his hoods.