The inscriptions narrate rich
donations made by the kings, and their concern for the progress of this piths.
Along with Vijayanagara kings, Peshwas and Nawabs like Hyderali, Tippu vied with
one another to donate, endow and aid, whatever the Mutt needed for the
propagation of its activities. Peshwas deemed a great honour to pay Agrapuja to
the Acharyas and also directed their subordinates follow suit. More than Hindus,
Muslim rulers, like Hyder and Tippu poured down their souls and expressed their
infinite faith in the divinity of Mutt, and the Acharyas in charge of it.
Archieves are preserving invaluable inscriptions that shed light on the
exemplary tolerance Hyder and Tippu had for this Mutt. And Tippu, particularly
made fervent appeals to the gurus to offer prayers to the presiding deity and
send blessings, so that there might be peace in the country, and victory in
he sent provisions and huge sums to perform sahasrachandipuja for the welfare of
the country and bore the
entire cost of feeding of 1000 Brahmin bhaktas a day for 40 days.