Chola III

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Maravarman Sundara Pandyan - Second Pandyan Empire
... CE at Pon Amaravathi, ending nearly three centuries of Chola domination in the Tamil country and other major parts of South India ... Durint the following five decades from 1215 AD, following their defeat to the Pandyas, the Cholas experienced a constant decline in terms of extent of territory, political importance, prestige and remained largely ... The Cholas also became dependent on the Hoysalas with whom they had marital relations ...
Rajendra Chola I - Military Conquests
... List of Chola kings Early Cholas Elara Chola · 235 BC – 161 BC Ilamcetcenni · Karikala Chola Nedunkilli · Killivalavan · Kopperuncholan Kocengannan · Perunarkilli Interregnum (c ...
Colandia - Sources
... List of Chola kings Early Cholas Elara Chola · 235 BC – 161 BC Ilamcetcenni · Karikala Chola Nedunkilli · Killivalavan · Kopperuncholan Kocengannan · Perunarkilli Interregnum (c.200–84 ... temple and copperplate inscriptions of the imperial cholas from the 10th century ... for the available information of the early Cholas is the early Tamil literature of the Sangam Period ...
Later Cholas
... The Later Chola dynasty ruled the Chola Empire from 1070 C.E ... of decades of alliances based on marriages between the Cholas and the Eastern Chalukyas based in Vengi and produced some of the greatest Chola emperors such as Kulothunga Chola ... The extent of the Chola Empire during this period stretched from the island of Lanka to Kalinga in the northeast ...
Rajendra Chola III
... Rajendra Chola III was the son of Rajaraja Chola III who came to the Chola throne in 1246 CE ... Although his father Rajaraja III was still alive, Rajendra began to take effective control over the administration ... and tried to stop the rapid decline the Chola kingdom was experiencing due to the incompetence of Rajaraja III ...

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