TNPSC Thervupettagam

900-Year-Old Chalukyan Inscription

April 2 , 2024 82 days 353 0
  • A 900-year-old Kannada inscription from the Kalyana Chalukya dynasty has been found in Jadcherla mandal, Mahbubnagar district, Telangana.
  • It was issued on June 8, 1134 CE (Friday) by the Customs Officers of Tailapa-III, son of the Kalyana Chalukya Emperor ‘Bhulokamalla’ Someswara-III.
  • It records the remission of income accrued through toll taxes called Vaddaravula and Hejjunka towards a perpetual lamp and incense of God Somanatha.

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