Veera Ballala

Veera Ballala

Veera Ballala is the name of multiple South Indian kings of the Hoysala Empire:
* Veera Ballala I 1102 - 1108 CE
* Veera Ballala II 1173-1220 CE
* Veera Ballala III 1291-1343 CE


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  • Veera Ballala II — (Kannada: ವೀರ ಬಲ್ಲಾಳ) (1173 1220 CE) was the greatest monarch of the Hoysala Empire. This is proven by his successes against the Seuna, Southern Kalachuri, Pandya and the waning Kalyani Chalukya and Chola dynasties. His period also saw prolific… …   Wikipedia

  • Veera Ballala I — (?1102 1108 CE) was king of the Hoysala Empire. His rule was short and uneventful other than subduing the Chengalvas and the Santharas. It is claimed he made some unsuccessful attempts to overthrow the overlordship of the Western Chalukyas but… …   Wikipedia

  • Veera Ballala III — (1291 1343 CE), was the last great king of the Hoysala Empire that ruled over what is now the South Indian state of Karnataka. Veera Ballala s commanders, Harihara (popularly known as Hakka) and Bukkaraya (popularly known as Bukka) are perhaps… …   Wikipedia

  • Veera Narayana temple, Belavadi — The Veera Narayana temple is located in Belavadi ( kn. ಬೆಳವಾಡಿ), also known as Ekachakranagara, a village in Chikmagalur district of Karnataka state, India. The temple was built by the Hoysala Empire. Belavadi is located 29 km southeast of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Literature in the Hoysala Empire — The Hoysala Empire (1025 ndash;1343), in what is now southern India, produced a large body of literature in the Kannada and Sanskrit languages.Kamath (2001), p. 132] The empire was established by Nripa Kama II, came into political prominence… …   Wikipedia

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  • Medieval Kannada literature — covered a wide range of subjects and genres which can broadly be classified under the Jain, Virashaiva, Vaishnava and secular traditions. These include writings from the 7th century rise of the Badami Chalukya empire to the 16th century,… …   Wikipedia


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