Synonyms for kadambas or Related words with kadambas

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Examples of "kadambas"
Different families of Kadambas ruled southern India, notable were Kadambas of Hangal, Kadambas of Goa, Kadambas of Halasi and Kadambas of Banavasi.
They served as regional governors for Kadambas of Banavasi and then Kadambas of Hangal.
The Kadambas of Uchchangi were in name only kings of Banavasi actually the power remain with Kadambas of Hangal.
The pagoda was issued by various dynasties in medieval southern India, including the Kadambas of Hangal, the Kadambas of Goa, and the Vijaynagar Empire.
Kadambas of Banavasi were known to be patrons of Jainism. After the rule of the Kadambas of Banavasi most parts of north Karnataka came under the rule of the early Chalukya or Badami Chalukyas.
Rattihalli was popular during the rule of Kadambas of Banavasi and Rashtrakuta.
In the 11th century the Kadambas took over, followed by the Hoysalas king "Vishnuvardhana".
which means "with the grace of Lord Saptakotishwara", the family deity of Kadambas.
The Kadambas ruled Goa between the 10th and 14th centuries. In the beginning, the Kadambas ruled only Sashti and a small part of Konkan. They ruled from Chandor, over a large part of Goa, but the port of Gopakapattana was not included in the early years. The Goa Kadambas were the later scions of the main Kadamba Dynasty, whose modern descendants still live in Goa.
In the Mrigesavarman of Kadambas of Palasika (AD 475-490) inscription mention about Yapaniya.
The land and naval expedition against the Kadambas was also successful. The Kadambas had the support of the Yavanas, who were routed in the Battle of Idumbil and Valyur. The Fort Kodukur in the which the Kadamba army took shelter was stormed and the Kadambas was beaten. In the following naval expedition the Yavana-supported Kadamba army was crushed. He is said to have defeated the Kongu people and a warrior called Mogur Mannan.
The Kadamaba rulers of Goa in the 11th Century were Jains. The Kadambas themselves later adopted Hinduism.
Anegundi was ruled by various dynasties like Shatavahanas, Kadambas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Delhi Sultanate, Vijayanagara Empire and Bahamanis.
The Chalukya Empire, natives of the Aihole and Badami region in Karnataka, were at first a feudatory of the Kadambas.
The Chalukya dynasty, natives of the Aihole and Badami region in Karnataka, were at first a feudatory of the Kadambas.
This temple is near to Soraba, which was built by Banavasi Kadambas. The Renukamba temple is located in this village.
Kadambas of Nurumbad during the period of Kalyani Chalukyas ruled about 100 villages with "Rattihalli" as their capital.
According to the "Talagunda" inscription found in Shimoga in Karnataka, the Kadambas are of Brahmin origin, descended from Mayurasharma.
Kadambas capital was also Banavasi, known as Vaijayanti. They were tolerant towards Buddhism as epigraphic evidence shows. Recent excavations of the site of Banavasi have given the remains of a Buddhist stupa. The large apsidal structure is what remains and it was planned like a dharma chakra. Kadambas century was a prominent one for Buddhism in Karnataka.
Halasi (Halsi or Halshi) is one of the ancient towns in Belgaum district. It was Second capital of early Kadambas and a minor capital (during 980 AD - 1250 AD) under later Kadambas. where there are "Bhoo Varaha Narasimha temple, Suvarneshwara temple, Kapileshwar temple, Hatakeshwara temple, Kalmeshwara temple, Gokarneshwara temple and a Jain basadi" built by the Kadamba rulers.