Surapura samsthana: historical and archaeological study of a poligar state in South India
The Study Deals With A State Known As Surapura Samsthana Which Was An Off-Shoot Of The Vijayanagara Empire And The Adil Shahi Of Bijapur. 7 Chapters - Introduction, Political History, Economy And Religion, Archaeological Sites, Epilogue, Bibliography- 88 Plates In Black And White And Colour. 74 Figures.
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