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Kadamba Kula: A History of Ancient and Medieval Karnataka by George Moraes

Kadamba Kula: A History of Ancient and Medieval Karnataka by George Moraes

Chandrapura – Page 213
The selection of Chandrapura was undoubtedly due to the stronger geographical situation of the new capital separated from the main land by a broad
more pages: 169 171 211 214 215 385 392 480

Hangal – Page 128
It was probably before he besieged Hangal that he defeated Masana and took possession of Banavasi -. Masana was very likely the Kadamba governor of
more pages: 108 126 127 133 147 153 230 316 323 326

Haveri – Page 302
In an inscription at Haveri, we find the name of one Naraya- na-deva of the Visvamitra gotra. He asserts that he was praised
more pages: 348 358 378 484

Belur – Page 378
temple at Belur and the one at Halebid are other striking instances of the same. The former has two lions facing each other over the
more pages: 227 233 261 323 477

Belgaum – Page 193
The present Belgaum. Halve. North Kanara. Kavadidvlpa. The island with the adjoining territory of Sal- sette, near Bombay. Palasige.
more pages: 348 372 385

SagaraPage 19
“The great Sagara himself”, might have been used to describe him as a great conqueror, and vanquisher of the foes of the newly established Kadamba

Honavar – Page 215
Besides the Hindu King mentioned by the Arab traveller cannot be other than the Kadamba King, as there was no other Hindu King north of Honavar on the

Kolhapur – Page 176
of the worship of “the lord Somanatha” I He also seems to have visited other sacred shrines such as Gokarna and the Mahalaksiimi temple at Kolhapur4.
more pages: x 356 393

Sirsi – Page 157
The battle jf Sirsi may therefore be regarded as having dealt a deathblow to VTra-Ballaja’s dreams of reviving the ancient glories of the Hoysala
more pages: 156

Birur – Page 41
His own Birur plates record that he had distinguished himself by a “collection of hundred pious great works of merit, of hereditary fame for great
more pages: 332

November 10, 2007 - Posted by | Ancient and Medieval Karnataka

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