The members of the assembly of Narasinga-chaturvedimangalam, a brahmadeya in Avur-kurram, (a subdivision) of Nittavinoda-valanadu, have received from Sri-Rajendra-Choladeva, two hundred kasu out of the money which the servants of the minor treasure had deposited, until the tenth year, on account of the offerings and other expenses required for these, (viz.,) (the image of) Mahameru-Vitankar set up by the lord Sri-Rajarajadeva and (that of) his consort. For (these two hundred kasu, the former) have to measure every year, as long as the moon the sun endure, fifty kalam of paddy into Tanjai-Vidanga, the big treasury of the lord at Tanjavur, by the marakkal called (after) Adavallan, which is equal to a rajakesari the rate of interest being three kuruni of paddy per year for each kasu (measured) by the marakkal called (after) Adavallan which is equal to a rajakesari.
A judge is the pillar of entire justice system and public has a right to demand virtually irreproachable conduct from a judge (SC-10/12/2019)-A person discharging judicial duties acts on behalf of the State in discharge of its sovereign functions. Dispensation of justice is not only an onerous duty but has been considered as akin to discharge of a pious duty, and therefore, is a very serious matter. The standards of probity, conduct, integrity that may be relevant for discharge of duties by a careerist in another job cannot be the same for a judicial officer. A judge holds the office of a public trust. Impeccable integrity, unimpeachable independence with moral values embodied to the core are absolute imperatives which brooks no compromise. A judge is the pillar of the entire justice system and the public has a right to demand virtually irreproachable conduct from anyone performing a judicial function. Judges must strive for the highest standards of integrity in both their professional and personal lives.