Vittla: Janardhan Verma Arasuru no more


Team Udayavani, Aug 2, 2020, 1:04 PM IST

Vitla: Janardhan Verma Arasuru of a nondescript house in Vitla and trustee of Shri Panchalingeshwara temple died of a heart attack at his residence here. He was 84.

His final rites will be held on Sunday, August 2.

Janardhan Verma Arasuru is still considered royalty in some social and religious rituals in 16 villages that once formed the kingdom.

Verma is a descendant, through matrilineal relations, of Dombe Heggade, who started his rule in 1426 as cataloged in P. Gururaja Bhat’s book ‘Studies in Tuluva History and Culture.

He is survived by his wife and three sons.

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