Mysore Kingdom

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Political History Of Medieval Karnataka - Modern Era
... See also Kingdom of Mysore The fall of the Vijayanagara Empire in 1565 at the Battle of Talikota started a slow disintegration of the Kannada speaking region into many short-lived palegar chiefdoms, and the ... These kingdoms and the Nayakas ("chiefs") of Tamil country continued to owe nominal support to a diminished Vijayanagara Empire ruling from Penukonda (1570) and later from Chandragiri (1586) in modern ... The constant wars of the local kingdoms with the two new rivals, the Mughals and the Marathas, and among themselves, caused further instability in the region ...
Mysore District - History
... The earliest known reference of rulers in Mysore district are the Gangas who during the rule of King Avinitha (469-529 CE), moved the capital from Kolar to Talakad on ... Gangas ruled over a greater part of Mysore district, then known by the name of Gangavadi ... In 1399, Yaduraya established the Wodeyar dynasty at Mysore ...
Chitradurga Fort - History
... Nayaka V was defeated by Hyder Ali of Mysore Kingdom, in 1779 ... At times he had allied himself with Hyder Ali of Mysore Kingdom and at other times with the Marathas ... In the Fourth Mysore War, Tippu Sultan was killed by the British in 1799, and the Mysore Kingdom was reordered under the Wodeyars ...
Kingdom Of Mysore
... The Kingdom of Mysore was a kingdom of southern India, traditionally believed to have been founded in 1399 in the vicinity of the modern city of Mysore ... The kingdom, which was ruled by the Wodeyar family, initially served as a vassal state of the Vijayanagara Empire ... With the decline of the Vijayanagara Empire (c.1565), the kingdom became independent ...

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