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Vikramaditya VI
Vikramaditya
Vikramaditya
VI (r. 1076 – 1126 CE) became the Western Chalukya
Western Chalukya
King after deposing his elder brother Someshvara II, a political move he made by gaining the support of Chalukya
Chalukya
vassals during the Chola invasion of Chalukya
Chalukya
territory.[1][2] Vikramaditya's reign is marked with the abolishment of the Saka era
Saka era
and the start of the Chalukya-Vikrama era. He was the greatest of the Western Chalukya kings and had the longest reign in the dynasty. He earned the title Permadideva and Tribhuvanamalla (lit "lord of three worlds").[3][4][5] He had several queens who ably assisted him in administration
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Lata (region)
Lata (IAST: Lāṭa) was a historical region of India, located in the southern part of the present-day Gujarat
Gujarat
state.Contents1 Location and extent 2 Historical mentions 3 References3.1 BibliographyLocation and extent[edit] Shakti-Sangam-Tantra, a Shakti cult text composed before 7th century CE, states that Lata was located to the west of Avanti (India)
Avanti (India)
and to the north-west of Vidarbha.[1] According to Tej Ram Sharma, Lata's northern boundary was formed by the Mahi River, or at times, by the Narmada River. In the south, Lata extended up to the Purna River, and at times, up to Daman
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Malnad
Malenadu is a region in the state of Karnataka in India. Malenadu covers the western and eastern slopes of the Western Ghats or Sahyadri mountain range, and is roughly 100 kilometers in width. It is situated between Coastal Karnataka and Bayaluseeme regions of Karnataka.Contents1 Climate 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksClimate[edit] The Malenadu region is humid and has an annual rainfall of 1,000–3,800 mm (39–150 in).[1] Sakleshpur, Kottigehara (Attigere) in Mudigere taluk and Agumbe in Shimoga district and Hassan district receives the highest rainfall in Karnataka (close to 10,000 mm (390 in)). See also[edit]Coastal Karnataka North Karnataka South KarnatakaReferences[edit]^ "Climate and Rainfall – Karnataka"
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Bihar
Bihar
Bihar
(/bɪˈhɑːr/; Hindustani pronunciation: [bɪˈɦaːr]) is an Indian state
Indian state
considered to be a part of Eastern[11][12] as well as Northern India.[13][14][15] It is the 13th-largest state of India, with an area of 94,163 km2 (36,357 sq mi). The third-largest state of India
India
by population, it is contiguous with Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
to its west, Nepal
Nepal
to the north, the northern part of West Bengal
West Bengal
to the east, with Jharkhand
Jharkhand
to the south
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Bengal
Bangladesh
Bangladesh
– Bengali[1] West Bengal
West Bengal
– Bengali, English[2]This article contains Bengali text
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Gooty
Gooty
Gooty
(/ɡʊθɪ/ GUUTH-ee) is a town in Anantapur district
Anantapur district
of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the headquarters of Gooty
Gooty
mandal in Anantapur
Anantapur
revenue division.[3][4] The town is renowned for the Gooty
Gooty
hill fort.[5][6]Contents1 Geography 2 Demographics 3 Government and politics 4 Transport 5 Education 6 ReferencesGeography[edit] Gooty
Gooty
is located at 15°07′N 77°38′E / 15.12°N 77.63°E / 15.12; 77.63, at a distance of 52 km from Anantapur. It has an average elevation of 345 metres (1131 feets). Demographics[edit] As of 2011[update] census, had a population of 48,658. The total population constitute, 23,943 males and 24,715 females —a sex ratio of 1032 females per 1000 males
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Kampili Chiefdom
The Kampili kingdom was a short-lived Hindu kingdom of early 14th-century in the Deccan region.[1][2] The kingdom existed near Gulbarga and Tungabhadra river in northeastern parts of the present-day Karnataka state, India.[2] It ended after a defeat by the armies of Delhi Sultanate, and a jauhar (ritual mass suicide) in 1327/28 CE when it faced a certain defeat.[3][4] The Kampili kingdom in some historical accounts is called the Basnaga kingdom, and as what inspired and ultimately led to the Hindu Vijayanagara Empire.[5] The founder of the kingdom was a Hoysala commander, Singeya Nayaka-III (1280–1300 AD), who declared independence after the Muslim forces of the Delhi Sultanate defeated and captured the territories of the Seuna Yadavas of Devagiri in 1294 CE. Nayaka-III was succeeded by his son Kampilideva in 1300, who remained in dispute with the territorial claims of Delhi Sultanate
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Kadamba Dynasty
The Kadambas
Kadambas
(Kannada: ಕದಂಬರು) (345–525 CE) were an ancient royal family of Karnataka, India, that ruled northern Karnataka
Karnataka
and the Konkan from Banavasi
Banavasi
in present-day Uttara Kannada district. At the peak of their power under King Kakushtavarma, they ruled large parts of modern Karnataka
Karnataka
state. The dynasty was founded by Mayurasharma
Mayurasharma
in 345 CE which at later times showed the potential of developing into imperial proportions, an indication to which is provided by the titles and epithets assumed by its rulers. King Mayurasharma
Mayurasharma
defeated the armies of the Pallavas
Pallavas
of Kanchi
Kanchi
possibly with help of some native tribes
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Gangaikonda Cholapuram
Gangaikonda Cholapuram, also called Gangaikondacholapuram, is a town located in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
state of India. It became the capital of the Chola dynasty
Chola dynasty
in c. 1025 during the reign of Rajendra Chola I, and served as the Chola capital for around 250 years. The town is about 70 kilometres (43 mi) northeast of Thanjavur city. As of 2014, the ancient city exists as a heritage town in the Ariyalur district
Ariyalur district
of Tamil Nadu, India
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Ceylon
Coordinates: 7°N 81°E / 7°N 81°E / 7; 81Democratic Socialist Republic
Republic
of Sri Lanka ශ්‍රී ලංකා ප්‍රජාතාන්ත්‍රික සමාජවාදී ජනරජය (Sinhalese) Srī Lankā prajātāntrika samājavādī janarajaya இலங்கை ஜனநாயக சோசலிச குடியரசு (Tamil) Ilaṅkai jaṉanāyaka sōsalisa kuṭiyarasuFlagEmblemAnthem: "Sri Lanka
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Buffer State
A buffer state is a country lying between two rival or potentially hostile greater powers. Its existence can sometimes be thought to prevent conflict between them. A buffer state is sometimes a mutually agreed upon area lying between two greater powers, which is demilitarized in the sense of not hosting the military of either power (though it will usually have its own military forces). The invasion of a buffer state by one of the powers surrounding it will often result in war between the powers. Research shows that buffer states are significantly more likely to be conquered and occupied than are nonbuffer states.[1] This is because "states that great powers have an interest in preserving—buffer states—are in fact in a high-risk group for death. Regional or great powers surrounding buffer states face a strategic imperative to take over buffer states: if these powers fail to act against the buffer, they fear that their opponent will take it over in their stead
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Kadapa District
Kadapa
Kadapa
district is said to be the heart of the Rayalaseema
Rayalaseema
as it is centrally located and well connected with the 4 districts of Rayalaseema. The District has a glorious history and a rich cultural heritage. Kadapa
Kadapa
district is one of the 13 districts in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is also one of the four districts in the Rayalaseema
Rayalaseema
region of the state
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Vinayaditya (Hoysala Dynasty)
Vinayaditya (r. 1047 – 1098 CE), an able Jain king of the Hoysala Empire,[1] who distinguished himself as an able feudatory of the Kalyani Chalukyas during his long reign. He helped bring many small Malnad chiefs like the Kongalvas, Chengalvas, Santharas of Humcha Shimoga and the Kadambas of Bayalnadu (Vainadu) under control. After the complete disappearance of the Gangas during Chola occupation of Gangavadi, Vinayaditya brought some small portions of Gangavadi under his control. He was either a brother-in-law or father-in-law of Chalukya Someshvara I. Notes[edit]^ Kamath (1980), p.124References[edit]Suryanath U. Kamath, A Concise History of Karnataka from Pre-historic Times to the Present, Jupiter books, MCC, Bangalore, 1980 (Reprinted 2001, 2002) OCLC: 7796041Preceded by Nripa Kama II Hoysala 1047–1098 Succeeded by EreyangaThis biography of a member of an Indian royal house is a stub
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Ereyanga
Ereyanga (r.1098–1102 CE) was the son of Vinayaditya and distinguished himself as a Chalukya feudatory during their campaigns against Dhara of Malwa. Though his rule as a monarch of Hoysala Empire was short, he served his father as the Yuvaraja. He was a Jain by faith. References[edit]Dr. Suryanath U. Kamat, A Concise history of Karnataka from pre-historic times to the present, Jupiter books, MCC, Bangalore, 2001 (Reprinted 2002) OCLC: 7796041Preceded by Vinayaditya Hoysala 1098–1102 Succeeded by Veera Ballala IThis biography of a member of an Indian royal house is a stub
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Nolamba Dynasty
Nolamba dynasty was a minor Southern Indian Lingayat
Lingayat
dynasty. The area they held sway over is referred to as Nolambasa-37 of Henjeru (Hemavathi), Nolambalige (Nolambavadi-32000), etc. R. Narasimhacharya states that the Nolambas were a native Kannada
Kannada
dynasty.[1]Contents1 Officers and kings belonging to the Nolamba Dynasty 2 Temples attributed to the Nolambas 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksOfficers and kings belonging to the Nolamba Dynasty[edit]Simhapota, a Nolamba chief, subordinate to the Ganga kings. Mahendra I, Ayyapadeva who probably ruled around the period of Krishna II of the Rastrakutas. Anniga or Annayya with the title Bira-Nolamba ruled in the period of Amoghavarsha of Rastrakutas. Dilipa or Iriva Nolamba around the period of Krishna III of the Rastrakutas
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Tungabhadra River
The Tungabhadra
Tungabhadra
River is a river in India
India
that starts and flows through the state of Karnataka
Karnataka
during most of its course, before flowing along the border between Karnataka, Telangana
Telangana
and Andhra Pradesh and ultimately joining the Krishna River
Krishna River
in Kurnool
Kurnool
District of Andhra Pradesh
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