3 edition of Court Life Under the Vijayanagara Rulers found in the catalog.
|Statement||B.R. Publishing Corp.|
|Publishers||B.R. Publishing Corp.|
|LC Classifications||December 31, 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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wrote choosing variety of topics such as socio-economic aspects, like slavery arid caste system of Vijayanagar times. A far-reaching study of the challenges of Indian theism, this book opens up new possibilities for our understanding of religious debates and polemics in early modern India as seen through the lenses of one of its most important intellectuals.
Parru was the lowest administrative unit above the village and included a number of villages. This fact is found clearly in the Right-and Left-Hand inscriptions of 1429. Three of the earliest inscriptions in this volume, dated in 1345 and 1346, are naturally met with in Bangalore and Kolar Districts. Noted among those are Abdur Razzaq, Domingo Paes and Fernando Nuniz, who have prepared extensive descriptions of various aspects of the court life.
The disputed succession, contrary to the traditional Hindu law of primogeniture, characterised Vijayanagar polity. Krishnan 2002 ; CD Ro M of Epigraphia Carnatica Ed. Krishnadevaraya sent one of his muslim officers. Create free account to access unlimited books, fast download and ads free! Mallanarya of Gubbi was patronized by Sri Krishna Deva Raya, wrote the Bhava Chintaratna, a Shatapadi metre work about a Chola ruler who was a devotee of Shiva, Virasaivamrita Purana,which describes the various forms of Lord Shiva.
Even though the kings were ambivalent on religious concepts, the animosity between Virasaivas and Vaishnavites in the court added fuel to the intrigues.
Purandara Dasa Kannada Most of the Kannada literature published during Vijayanagara era, related to the Veerashaivism and Vaishnavism traditions, and to some extent that of Jainism.
The language is poor and riddled with lot of spelling mistakes and as such cannot be presented before foreign readers.
His chronicle, written probably in 1535-37, is an important piece of historical document, that provides the account of Vijayanagar kingdom right from the circumstances leading to its foundation in 1336 to the reign of Achutdevraya.
Before the latter wrote, it was a matter of fact that Vijayanagar had remained truly a forgotten empire.