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Hoysalas

Nripakama II/Sala was the founder of Hoysala Dynasty.

Dvarasamudra(Halebid) was the capital of Hoysalas.

Belur was the first capital of Hoysalas.

Hoysalas ruled most of present day state of Karnataka.

Vinayaditya was the son and successor of Nripakama II.

The period of reign of Nripakama II was 1026 - 1047 A.D.

Bittaga Vishnuvardhana was the real maker of the Hoysala Kingdom.

The Chennakesava Temple at Belur and Hyasaleswara temple at Halebidu were built during the reign of Vishnuvardhana.

Talakadugonda and Veera Ganga were the titles of Vishnuvardhana.

The Hoysala king Narasimha I killed Chalukya Tailapa III.

Narasimha I was overthrown by his son Veera Ballala II.

Kedareshwara temple at Halebidu and Amritheswara temple at Chikmagalur were built during the period of Veera Ballala II.

Ballala II had the title of Cholarajyapratishtacharya.

Chalukya Somesvara IV was defeated by Ballala II.

Ballala II married daughter of Kulothunga Chola III.

Narasimha II defeated Sundarapandya in the battle of Mahendra Mangalam.

Kannanur Kuppam was the second capital of Narasimha II.

Narasimha II helped Rajaraja Chola III against the Pandya invasions.

Someswara conquered Magadalam in 1236.

Veera Ballala III was the son and successor of Narasimha III.

Veera Ballala III was the last ruler of Hoyasala Dynasty.

The period of reign of Veera Ballala III was 1292 - 1343 A.D.

Hoysalas divided the kingdom into Nadus, Kampanas, Vishayas and Deshas.

Schools learning during the period of Hoysalas were called Ghatikas.

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