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On the Chalukyas of the Vengi kingdom of the 7th to 10th cent. Social and cultural life of the eastern Chalukyas of Vengi. Front Cover. Ramamurty. [A.P.] Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Oriental Research Institute – History – The Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi. Front Cover. N. Ramesan. Andhra Pradesh Sahithya Akademi, – Andhra Pradesh (India) – 63 pages.

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She named her son Vishnuvardhana after her benefactor.

Eastern Chalukyas

The five centuries of the Eastern Chalukya rule of Vengi saw not only the consolidation of this region into a unified whole, but also saw the efflorescence of Telugu culture, literature, poetry and art during the later half of their rule.

The Chalukyas therefore governed both the Karnata and Andhra countries and patronised Kannada as well as Telugu. Retrieved 13 September The then Rashtrakuta ruler Amoghavarsha treated him as his xhalukyas and after Amoghavarsha’s death, Vijayaditya proclaimed independence. Yuddhamalla I erected a temple to Kartikeya at Vijayawada.

Role of Chalukyas of Vengi and its Polity During Post-Gupta Period

The Karmarashtra and the Boya-Kottams are examples of these. Sangam period BC — AD. But the latter did not rule directly and thought it prudent to leave the kingdom to the feudatories themselves in lieu of nominal allegiance.

Classical Telugu literature owes its origin to the Eastern Chalukyan patronage. Epigraphical and literary sources do not provide adequate evidences to construct the state of government and society.

Rajaraja Narendra erected three memorial shrines at Kalidindi West Godavari. The Manneyas are also occasionally referred in inscriptions. Nezak Huns Kabul Shahi.

Vishnuvardhana extended his dominions up to Srikakulam in the north and Nellore in the south. The Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi. Among the minor Chalukya families that ruled parts of Andhra, those of Vemulavada presently in Karimnagar district are the most important.


The weak rulers of Vengi had to face the Rashtrakutas. They ruled the Vengi region of present-day Andhra Pradesh until c. The Pallava rule, which was earlier eclipsed by the onslaught of the Kalabhras, was revived during the last quarter of the 6th century AD by Simhavishnu, a scion of the Pallava ruling family and was firmly established at Kanchi.

Since the time of the Eastern Chalukya Gunaga Vijayaditya, inscriptions show Telugu fo and poetry, culminating in the production of literary works. This mathematical work of Mahaviracharyulu contains a chapter on mensuration, measurement of shadows, proper and mixed fractions and the theory of numbers.

Vengi has occupied a prominent place in the history of Andhra Pradesh since the time of Eastern Chalukyas. In the meanwhile, the Rashtrakutas of Malkhed ousted Chalukyas of Badami.

Eastfrn the provincial rulers had internal freedom in the process of administration, it is likely that the administration was feudalized and decentralized. Then followed a period of unrest characterised by family feuds and weak rulers.

References and sources for table. The Eastern Chalukyas occupied a prominent place in the history of Andhra Pradesh. Saktivarma regained the Eastern Chalukyan throne in AD Jayasimha I was followed by his brother Indrabhattaraka, who ruled for a very short period. Andhra Pradesh Sahithya Akademi.

The Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi – N. Ramesan – Google Books

The Chalukyas of Vengi branched off from the Chalukyas of Badami. They started out as governors of the Chalukyas of Badami in the Deccan region. Contemporaries to the Eastern Chalukyas were the Eastern Gangas in the northeast and the Pallavas in the south.

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Eastern Chalukyasalso known as the Chalukyas of Vengiwere a dynasty that ruled parts of South India between the 7th and 12th centuries. ByVengi was part of Kakatiya Empire and ruled by Musunuri Kamma kings as subordinates to Kakatiyas until their downfall in The conflict continued for a long time with varying degrees of success. Later on, in the 11th century under the patronage of the then Vengi king, Rajaraja Narendrathe great epic, Mahabharata was translated partly by his court poet, Nannaya.

Jayasimha I was a worshipper of Vishnu. Since the time of Gunaga Vijayaditya, inscriptions show Telugu stanzas, culminating in the production of literary venggi. It ruled for a period from the 7th century to the 12th centuries. Upper Gangetic Plain Kuru – Panchala. Nilakanta Sastri; N Venkataramanayya The inscriptions refer to the traditional seven components of the state Saptangaand the eighteen Tirthas Officessuch as: Buddhismwhich was dominant during the Satavahanas was in decline.

His Vipparla epigraph happens to be one of the earliest Telugu records and it helps us to know the evolution of Telugu eastenr.

The Gangas ruled with their capital in Andhra for nearly five centuries, until it was shifted to Cuttack at the end of the 11th century AD The early Eastern Gangas were ruling a small territory in Srikakulam district in the Telugu land. His Satuluru copper easterb grant records his victories over the Pallavas and the Pandyas. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Views Read Edit View history.