Tiruvalangadu Copper Plates – A Floral Origin of the Cholas and References to the End of Pallavas

Discovered in 1905, these plates are one of the best indicators of how the Pallava Empire ended. Well, like any other kings, they linked themselves to one of the main dynasties of Puranic India. In their case, it’s the Ikshvakus – Chola is the son of Dushyanta. A few names, and then a break after… Read More Tiruvalangadu Copper Plates – A Floral Origin of the Cholas and References to the End of Pallavas

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The Tragedy of Tanjore – The end of Tanjore Nayaks and the start of Tanjore Marathas

Once Chokkanatha Nayaka, the ruler of Madura, sent his relatives and agents to his court with presents of cloth and jewels to request from Vijayaraghava Nayaka, the hand of one of his daughters. They told Vijayaraghava that the relationship between the two families was no new one and had continued from the time of Raja… Read More The Tragedy of Tanjore – The end of Tanjore Nayaks and the start of Tanjore Marathas

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Pandyan Civil War – The Greatest Advance of the Kakatiyas

Before reading through the article, please keep one fact in mind. This incident happened in 1317, after the Kakatiya Emperor Prataparudra faced three invasions from Delhi Sultanate, two of which he lost and six years before the end of the kingdom.There is an inscription is engraved on the south wall of the Chandana Mantapa in… Read More Pandyan Civil War – The Greatest Advance of the Kakatiyas

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