Kanchipuram Through the Ages
Study on the history of Conjeeveram, Hindu religious center in Tamil Nadu, with special reference to its political and religious conditions in the context of the socio-political structure in South India up to the 16th century.
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Kadambas Gangas and Chalukyas of Badami
reference to Kafichi
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Aditya alias Allun Tikka ARIE ARSIE Arujaja Ballala battle Buddhism Cave Temples century A.D. Chajukya chief chieftain Chingleput Choja king Chola Colas conquest contemporary Dantidurga defeated District dynasty empire epigraphical evidence expedition feudatory Gandagopala Ganga Govinda Govinda III Hoysaja HSAD Ibid inscription dated Intro invasion Jaina Jainism Jatavarman Sundara Pandya K.A.N. Sastri K.V.S. Iyer Kafichi Kailasanatha Kakatlya Kamakshl Kanchi KIESIH kingdom Kopperunjinga Krishna Krishna III Krishnadevaraya Kulottunga Madras Madurantaka Mahendravarman Maravarman mention Muslim Nandivarman Narasirhha Narasirhhavarman Nayaka Nellore North Arcot Pallava Pallava king Paramesvaravarman Parantaka period perumaj temple plates political probably Pulakesi Rajadhiraja Rajanarayana Rajaraja Rajendra Rashtrakutas records the gift refers regnal reign rule ruler Saivism Saluva Sanskrit Sarhbuvaraya Satavahanas scholars Simhavishnu Siva Somesvara South India successor T.V. Mahalingam Taluk Tamil country Telugu Chodas throne Tondaimandalam Vaishnavism Vengi verse victory Vijayaditya Vijayagandagopala Vijayanagara Vikramaditya village Vishnu