Jagalur Taluk, aka: Jagalūr Tāluk; 1 Definition(s)

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Jagalur Taluk Inscription (1279 C.E).—One inscription from Jagalūr Tāluk of Karnātaka records the donation of a village by a general of the Yādava King Rāmachandra to a “Yogi World conqueror” (yogi cakravarti) named Prasāda Deva. In this inscription we find what appears to be an enumeration of Prasāda Deva’s lineage: “Ādigadedunātha Caturaraginātha (Chauraṅginātha?) Gorakhnātha Vistāradevī…nātha Kāhalinavi (Kanthadī?), Śurppāṇanātha, Lonanātha, Naranātha, pantha”.

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