The famous kalamalla Sasana of belongs to the last quarter of sixth century AD. If one examines the various Sasanas during this period, one can perceive the development of not only the Telugu language, but also its grammar and vocabulary.
(ii) From sixth century onwards, there is inscriptional evidence as to the independent existence of telugu.
At that time his father was on the seat of power in Renadu.
The other temple details are as given below: Moolavar : Sathyagiri nathan, Sathyamurthy Ninna Thirukolam - Facing east Uthsavar : Maiyappan Thayar : Vuyaiavantha Nachchiar Theertham : Kathamba pushkarni, Sathya theertham Vimanam : Sathyagiri Vimanam Prathyaksham : Sathya devathaigal Mangalasasanam : Thirumangai alwar ( 9 pasurams) Archagars : Location : Pudhukotai to Karaikudi rly line This article on Twara Balagas (Dwara Palakas) of Thirumaiyam contributed by Mr. Sundararajan, Researcher, Mutharaya Cholar Research Center, Thanjavur.
The elder brother Kuvavan honoured his younger brother for his love and faithful services by installing his statue along with him as Dwara Palaka in Thirumaiyam temple in Pudukottai Temple.
Perumpidugu Mutharaiyar became the king of Tanjavur by overthrowing Chola Kingdom.
There is a reference to king Perumbidugu - Muttaraiyan II, who attended the coronation of Nandi Varman Pallavamlla.
This page deals with some important Mudiraja, Muthuraja & Related Raya Kings of India. The defeat of Mutharaiyars at Tanjore made Cholas so powerful that the Pallavas were also wiped out from Tanjore at later times.
For more details on Kodagu and Western Ganga dynasties relating to Mudiraj people, please go through webpage on "kingdoms" in this website. A vindication of the law of nemesis is discernible in the victory of a Chola Chief over Muttarayar, who had overthrown the earlier Chola kingdom. This information strongly supports the caste and community oneness of RAYA KINGS of Rayalaseema and the Mutha Rayars who ruled Tamilnadu and parts of Kerala. This information has great importance to assert the fact that Muthurajas of Tamilnadu were Telugu speaking Mutharaya (Mutharacha) warrior kings who migrated from integrated Rayalaseema (Renadu) which includes Bellary districts of Karnataka also. Vijayalaya Chola, who conquered Tanjore from Perumbidugu Muttarayan in the 9th Century AD, was also a Pallava feudatory. Historians believe that Thanjavur was captured by Vijayalaya Cholan (AD 846-880) from the king Perumpidugu Muttaraiyan. It is believed that the pallava strategy and support to cholas made it possible for Vijayala Chola to dislodge the Muttarayars from the seat of Tanjavore.