Vijayanagara Empire


Vijayanagara Empire


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External links

* [http://freeindia.org/biographies/greatlkings/hakkabukka/index.htm Biography of Hakka and Bukka]
* [http://www.hampionline.com/ Hampi - History and Tourism]
* [http://www.hampi.in/ www.Hampi.in] - Photos, descriptions & maps of the Hampi Ruins.

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