INSCRIPTIONS AND COPPER PLATES
 
In Tiruchengode, more than 40 stone inscriptions and some copper plates have been found. Among these, the majority belong to the Chozhan dynasty.

Representatives of the King of Vijayanagara, have done many good deeds, by carrying out the orders of their ruler. Specifically among them, information about Thipparaasa udaiyaar, Thiriambaga udaiyaar and Narasimma udaiyaar who lived near Tiruchengode in Morur in 16th, 17th centuries (AD) are found in the stone inscriptions. Similarly, in the Holy Mountain of Thirumalai, the names of Athappa nallathambi Kaangeyen and his sons – Athappa immudi Kaangeyen, Kumarasaamy Kaangeyen are also seen on the stone inscriptions.