Chola Pandya

Some articles on chola, pandya, pandyas, cholas:

Pandyan - History - Under The Cholas (10th – 13th Centuries AD)
... The Chola domination of the Tamil country began in earnest during the reign of Parantaka Chola II ... Chola armies led by Aditya Karikala, son of Parantaka Chola II defeated Vira Pandya in battle ... The Pandyas were assisted by the Sinhalese forces of Mahinda IV ...
Gangaputra - Medieval Politics and Matrimonial Alliances of Muttarasars
... the Bana king of bana muttarasar lineage and captured Karanai the city of the Pandya and defeated the Chola at Chirrarrur ... Bana Muttarasar was a feudatory of Pandya kings ... Pandya Varuguna was the grandson of Bana Muttarasar from his daughter's side who married a Pandya Prince A Pandya, said to have been a grandson of the Bana ...
Pandyan Dynasty
... BC) Shishunaga Kingdom (413–345 BC) Ror Kingdom (450 BC–489 AD) Nanda Empire (424–321 BC) Pandya Empire (300 BC–1345 AD) Chera Kingdom (300 BC–1102 AD) Chola Empire (300 BC–1279 AD) Maurya ... They initially ruled their country Pandya Nadu from Korkai, a seaport on the southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula, and in later times moved to Madurai ... The Pandya kings were called either Jatavarman or Maravarman Pandyan ...
Pandyan
450 BC–489 AD) Nanda Empire (424–321 BC) Pandya Empire (300 BC–1345 AD) Chera Kingdom (300 BC–1102 AD) Chola Empire (300 BC–1279 AD) Maurya Empire (321–1 ... They initially ruled their country Pandya Nadu from Korkai, a seaport on the southernmost tip of the Indian Peninsula, and in later times moved to Madurai ... The Pandya kings were called either Jatavarman or Maravarman Pandyan ...
Konda Karavas
... The name Konda had been widely used in the Pandya kingdom and the Sri Lankan chronicle Mahavamsa refers to Punkonda, Khuddakancha Kunda and Kanga Konda in ... Parantaka I, the Chola King who defeated the joint Sri Lankan and Pandyan armies had assumed the victory title Dorai Eelam Kondai on that account and therefore it ... Chola Adithya’s victory over Kondai Mandalam shifted the balance of power between the Pallavas and Cholas and was the beginning of the Chola empire ...