The iconographic representation of Karraikal Ammai – the Demon Devotee of Shiva, in Prasat Phanom Rung in Northeast Thailand, was discussed in the previous post.
The next temple in Isan – North East Thailand, with the sculpture of Karaikkal Ammai alongside Adalvallan/Dancing Shiva is Prasat Hin Phanom Rung. The temple is located
Rajendra I, recognising his relationship with Anukkiyar Paravai Nangaiyar through his Thiruvarur Inscriptions, and the Thiruvarur Inscriptions of Rajadhiraja I, son of Rajendra I, endorsing
While the inscriptions of Paravai Nangai Isuvaram are still being studied, I thought the other distinct deed of Rajendra Chola I, constructing a Pallippadai Temple
In the previous post, Rajendra Chola I’s honourable recognition of his Intimate Companion, Anukkiyar Paravai Nangaiyar, through the King’s Thiruvarur inscription was discussed. This post,
Rajendra Chola I (regnal years 1012-1044), the son of Rajaraja Chola I, is undoubtedly one of the greatest Emperors the Tamil Land, India or even