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The administrative abilities of women generally never surface in the history pages. So here I present the life of a Medieval Queen of Deccan - Rani Rudrama Devi. Rani Rudrama Devi to AD was one of the most prominent rulers of the Kakatiya dynasty on the Deccan Plateau, being one of the few ruling queens in Indian history.

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4 Part 1" See other formats. RANI RUDRAMA DEVI OF KAKATIYA DYNASTY: Rani Rudramma Devi ( CE)was one of the most prominent woman rulers of the Kakatiya dynasty on the Deccan Plateau in Indian history.

Queen Rudramma Devi remains as one of India's most important woman and very few female rulers in south India for all time. Kumaun University, Nainital Syllabus for the Post Graduate in History (Semester system) Postgraduate course in History shall consist of 16 papers (four papers in each semester) of marks each, including Viva Voce of marks in the fourth semester.

In every paper (except Viva-Voce) there will be an internal evaluation of 25 Size: KB. The Great Warrior Queen: Maharani Durgavati of Gondwana. Posted on Novem Updated on Novem Maharani Durgavati was born on 5th October to the famous Rajput Chandel Emperor Keerat Rai. She was married to Daalpat Shah of Gond Dynasty in Soon after, she gave birth to a son who was named Vir Narayan.

KHOTAN. HISTORY IN THE PRE-ISLAMIC PERIOD. —a vast classified compilation in 10, volumes completed in This book contains records on Khotan from the histories of the Former (Western) Han, Later (Eastern) Travels of Fah-Hian and Sung-Yun: Buddhist pilgrims from China to India ( A.D.

and A.D.), London, Idem. The second half of the book covers the 11th and 12th centuries, a timeframe that is contemporary to Kalhana.

This part is authentic by all counts and provides a rational and critical analysis of events that are of great importance to the history of Kashmir and to the understanding of the broader history of the : Sanu Kainikara.

Dharmapala: A.D. Dharmapala (ruled 8th century) was the second ruler of the Pala Empire of Bengal region in the Indian Subcontinent. He was the son Gopala and succeeds him. He greatly expanded the boundaries of the empire, and made the Palas a dominant power in the northern and eastern India.

He was called as Vangapati or Gaudesvara. The same question keeps ringing in my mind once every year. Even I do not have an answer on this. But these are the information I had found in Wikipedia on Later Cholas recently: “The intervention of the Hoysalas managed to provide the Cholas w.

(This place cannot be correctly identified and could be Lahore, although that too is conjecture) From there he travelled south and arrived at a place called Bimagar in Saurashtra. He took over control of the region from the local prince around A.D.

Kanakasena then became a Thakur, local chieftain, under the Saka rulers of : Sanu Kainikara. The army of Vijayanagara and the combined army of Muslim states met on the field of Talikot in January A.D. At the beginning of the war Ramaraya was victorious.

When alliance armies went 20 miles back, Vijayanagara army was reluctant. At that time the alliance forces attacked suddenly and killed Ramaraya. Deccan Indian Kingdoms: During the Kushana Dynasty, an indigenous power, the Satavahana Kingdom (first century B.C.-third century A.D.), rose in the Deccan in southern India.

The Satavahana, or Andhra, Kingdom was considerably influenced by the Mauryan political model, although power was decentralized in the hands of local chieftains, who used the symbols of.

Full text of "The Andhra Historical Research Society, Rajahmundry, Vol.1,pt.2" See other formats. The Tradition• A.D. Pusalkar, in his Book IV (Historical Traditions) in the R.C. Majumdar edited The Vedic Age (Bombay, ) has described The Krishna Period (c.

B.C.) and the Bharata War in C. B.C.• Barhadratha dynasty ruled over the kingdom of Magadha with its capital at Girivraja (Rajgir) at the time of the Bharata War. H Bivar was badly mistaken about the geography of the 6th B.C.

Courtesy Cambridge Ancient History careful study reveals that early Kashi and Kosala were in the Gandhara area. Lal argued that Hastinapura near modern Delhi was the city mentioned in the Mahabharata but this was criticised by A.

Ghosh, S. Das and others. The Indo-Scythians are a branch of the Indo-Iranian Sakas were rulers in Central Asia. They migrated from southern Siberia into Bactria, Sogdiana, Arachosia, Gandhara, Kashmir, Punjab, and into parts of Western and Central India, Gujarat and Rajasthan, from the middle of the 2nd century BCE to the 4th century first Saka King in India was Maues or Moga who.

The Dipavamsa (5th century A.D), the Mahavamsa (6th century A.D), and the Culavamsa (12th century A.D) were written in Pali, while the later chronicles the Pujavali (13th century A.D), the Rajaratnakara (16th century A.D), and the Rajavali (18thcentury A.D), generally considered to be less reliable as historical documents than even the earlier.

Queen Kantimati died in Vikrama, Rana Bahadur Shah was so grief stricken over her death that he became insane and went so far to set fire to the houses of some of the physicians who had treated Queen Kantimati, and have their hands crushed through an oil crusher.

He even ordered the beheading of some of these physicians.Sigiriya Lion Rock citadel, also called Simha-giri (Sinhala: Lion Mountain) built by King Kasyapa (Kassapa) ( A.D), grand nephew of Buddhist scholar monk illustrious Thera Mahanama, the first of the authors of Mahawamsa the great historical chronicle of Sri Lanka, is a fortified-walled and moated-royal city with living manifestations of glorious Sinhalese civilization: it's a .The entire revised text was finally compiled by Durgamoni Uzir during the reign of Krishna Kishore Manikya during the midth-century.

Royal genealogy. The Rajmala presents a list of kings of Twipra as of The first king of the chronicle is Chandra, the Moon himself; the seventh is Druhyu, one of the sons of Yayati, a Lunar Dhanya Manikya: