Chera King

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Rajarajan - Military Conquests - Southern Wars - Kandalur Salai
... the port of Kandalur, which appears to have been situated in the dominions of the Chera King Bhaskara Ravi Varman Thiruvadi (c ... Thanjavur show that frequent references are made to the conquest of the Chera king and the Pandyas in Malai-nadu (the west coast of South India) ... which later inscriptions claim to have belonged to the Chera king, was probably held by the Pandyas when it was conquered by Rajaraja ...
Battle Of Kandalur Salai
... The Kandalur War (or Kanthalur War) was a naval battle between Chola Empire and Later Chera forces at the port-town of Kandalur salai (now called Valia-ssala), near ... about Raja Raja Chola I “beheading the Malai Alargal” - the Chera warriors of Kanthalur Salai ... his control an autonomous Vedic educational centre situated there or defeated the Chera warriors trained there in Vedas and warfare ...
Gajabahu Synchronism - Dating of Senguttuvan
... the Silappatikaram, there is reference to a certain Kayavaku, the king of Sri Lanka ... He is said to have attended the coronation of the Chera king Senguttuvan ... In front of him the Arya kings released from prison, kings removed from central jail, the Kongu ruler of Kudagu, the king of Malva and Kayavaku, the king of ...
Kocengannan - Kalumalam Battle
... is a poem giving a description of the battle of Kalumalam, near Karuvur in the Chera country, in which Kocengannan defeated and made captive the Chera king Kanaikkal Irumporai ... The poet Poigayar, a friend of the Chera king, placated Kocengannan by singing his valour on the battle field in his poem and secured the release of his friend ... The Chera king was suffering from thirst after being deprived of water by Kocengannan and the poet Poigayar pleaded with the king to allow his friend a drink of water ...

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