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Vijayanagara Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Vijayanagara Empire (also called Karnata Empire [1] and the Kingdom of Bisnegar by the Portuguese) was based in the Deccan Plateau region in South India.

Vijayanagara - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vijaya Nagara is in Ballari district, northern Karnataka. It is the name of the now-ruined capital city that surrounds modern-day Hampi, of the historic Vijayanagara ...

History Vijayanagara Empire - Bharatadesam.Com

The Vijayanagara empire was based in the Deccan, in peninsular and southern India, from 1336 onwards. It was founded by Harihara, also known as Hakka, and his brother ...

Vijayanagara Research Project::The Empire

The expansion of the Vijayanagara empire parallels that of the city itself. Under the Sangama Dynasty (1336-1485), most regions of southern India ...

Vijayanagara Empire - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

The Vijayanagara empire was an Indian empire. From 1336 and afterwards, it was in the Deccan, in the peninsula and in southern India. It was founded by Harihara ...

Vijayanagar Empire - India - Boundless

The Vijayanagar Empire ruled in South India from 1336 until 1646 and left a lasting legacy of architecture, sculpture, and painting.

Vijayanagara Empire (Ruins to Resurrection) -

About the Book Vijayanagara, once one of the mightiest Hindu empires, has now been reduced to a mere village. Through extensive research and restoration efforts ...

Talk:Vijayanagara Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Vijayanagar Empire - All Empires

In the following decades the Vijayanagar empire dominated all of Southern India and fought off invasions from the five Deccan Sultanates in the north.

Vijayanagara Empire

Right from the very beginning of the nineteenth century Vijayanagara Epigraphy has been a popular theme in the historiography of medieval South India.