Guilds in mediaeval Āndhra Dēśa: A.D. 1000 to A.D. 1500
Contents Covers- Preface- Abbreviations- I. Political History Of Mediaeval Andhra Desa, Ii, Trade And Commerce, Iii. Origin, Antiquity, The Factors Responsible For The Emergence Of The Guilds, Their Organisational Evolution And Importance Of The Classification Of The Guilds, Iv, Corporate Activity Of The Guilds, V. Conclusion, Bibliography- Index.
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Trade and Commerce
Origin Antiquity the Factors Responsible for
Corporate Activity of the Guilds
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ancient India Andhra Pradesh artisans assembly bhumi Calukya-Cola Calukyas caste century A.D. cities Citrameli Cola commodities corporate activities corporate body craft guilds dated in A.D. Deccan Dgsa district donated Eastern Calukyas epigraph foreign Gajapatis Ganapatideva Ghantasala gift guild of Pekkandru Hyderabad Ibid important industry inscription found Inscriptions of Andhra interest JAHRS Jataka K.A.N. Sastry Kakatiyas Karhpulu Karnataka Kdmpulu known Kondavidu Krsna land M.S. Sarma Madras Mahanadu mediaeval Andhra Desa merchant guilds Motupalli N.V. Ramanaiah Nagaramu nagarattar Nakharamu Narasimha Rao Nellore organisation oxen P.V.P. Sastry period perpetual lamp Perur promoted R.C. Majumdar Rajaraja Rajaraja Narendra records Reddi kingdom referred rulers Saka samaya Satavahanas seUi Shri social South India sthalas Sundaram T.V. Mahalingam Tamil Nadu taxes Telikis Telugu temple territorial tion towns trade and commerce trade and craft trade guilds Tripurantakam Vaisya Vengi Vijayanagara Vijayanagara empire village Visakhapatnam Warangal weavers