CoreSub_His_Att_21Hoysalas

CoreSub_His_Att_21Hoysalas - CONTENTS Introduction Origin...

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CONTENTS Introduction Origin of the word “HOYSALAS” Notable rulers of HOYSALAS empire Administration Education Literature Art and Architecture Decline of the HOYSALAS empire
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INTRODUCTION After the fall of the GANGAS, in 1104 A.D the empire of KALYANA split up into three parts, namely, the kingdom of DEVAGIRI, the kingdom of WARANGAL and the kingdom of DWARASAMUDRA ruled by the HOYSALAS. The HOYSALAS accepted the over lordship of the CHALUKYAS of KALYANA.
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ORIGIN OF THE WO RD HOYSALAS. The inscription says that the founder of dynasty was SALA. SALA is from SOSEVUR from MUDUGERE TALUK. When his JAINA master asked SALA to kill a tiger ,he called him out “HOY SALA”. Thus the dynasty’s name originated.
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NOTABLE RULERS OF HOYSALA EMPIRE. NRIPA KAMA: The first notable ruler of the dynasty was NRIPA KAMA. He conquered the regions around MUDIGERE. After defeating many rulers of the MALENADU region. The next ruler was VINAYADITYA, NRIPA KAMA’S son.
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HOYSALA EMPIRE. VISHNUVARDHANA(1107-1141): The HOYSALAS of DWARASAMUDRA attained great power under his rule.
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