Unearthed is a 200-year-old border stone.

Pudukottai Archaeological Research Forum has discovered an inscription on a rough stone . The stone was discovered in 1822 and served as a boundary line between the British East India Company and the Pudukottai Tondaiman kingdom .

Trichy is a place in the Pudukottai district.The Pudukottai Archaeological Research Forum has discovered an inscription on a rough stone.The stone inscription, which was discovered near a farming field in Nakarapatti village near Ponnamaravati town, was discovered in 1822 and served as a boundary line between the British East India Company and the Pudukottai Tondaiman kingdom.A school headmaster, K Saravanan, has alerted the archaeological research forum about an unidentified inscription on an abandoned boulder.

The stone was built on July 11, 1822, as part of an amicable deal between the colonial British government and the Pudukottai throne.It is unusual to find such a boundary stone between the erstwhile native rulers and the British crown.According to research forum founder Manganur A Manikandan, the stone represents a symbol of the harmonious relationship between Pudukottai Tondaiman throne and the then British government.