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TIRUVANNAMALAI: An inscription, over 1,100 years old, was found at the Sri Arunachaleswarar temple in Tiruvannamalai.
A member of the Tiruvannamalai Heritage Foundation, a forum working on the documentation, conservation and awareness of the environment and heritage of Tiruvannamalai district, found the inscription on the floor of the third prakaram of the temple recently.
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An inscription, over 1,100 years old, was found at the Sri Arunachaleswarar temple in Tiruvannamalai.
The inscription, according to archaeologists, is believed to be the second oldest found in the temple.
This inscription dates back to 890 AD, he said, adding, "It was written during the 19th year of Aditya 1 Chola's (871 AD to 911 AD) reign. The archaeological department and temple administration should take necessary steps to preserve the inscription." Confirming that the seven line inscription belonged to the Chola-Pallava transition period, a retired archaeologist of Tamil Nadu Archaeological department said that the name of Bana chieftain, Vayirameganar, one of the titles of the Pallava King, was mentioned in the inscription.
It also indicated that Tiruvannamalai was then known as 'Tiruvanna Naattu' and it was one of the Sathurvethi mangalam.
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