Mysore Court

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Mysore Literature - 17th Century Writings - Transition From Vijayanagara
1578–1617) became the first ruler of political importance at Mysore, having ousted the Vijayanagara governor at Srirangapatna ... In the following decades, the Mysore court became the inheritor of the Vijayanagara literary legacy and a centre for textual production not only in ... available Kannada language writings from the Mysore court are by Tirumalarya I (or Tirumala Iyengar), Raja Wodeyar I's court poet ...
Khudadad - Culture - Music
... and his successors – Chamaraja IX, Krishnaraja IV and the last ruler, Jayachamaraja, the Mysore court came to be the largest and most renowned patron of music ... While the Tanjore and Travancore courts also extended great patronage and emphasised preservation of the art, the unique combination of royal patronage of individual musicians, founding of music schools to ... The court ensured that Carnatic music also kept up with the times ...

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