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Prataparudra-II

After Rudramadevi, Prataparudra II ascended the throne in 1295 A.D.

Prataparudra defeated Kayastha Ambadeva and annexed his territories.

He defeated Manumagonda Gopala of Nellore.

The first Muslim invasion took place on Kakatiyas in 1303 A.D.

Alauddin Khilji, the Delhi Sultan sent his general Malik Kafur against Warangal.

The first attack in 1303 was failed.

But second invasion in 1309-10 A.D was successful and Prataparudra agreed to pay tribute.

After the downfall of Khilji dynasty at Delhi Prataparudra stopped payment of tribute to Delhi Sultan.

Ghiyasuddin Tughlak sent Junakhan against Warangal in 1322 A.D. But it was failed.

The attack against Warangal in 1323 A.D was successful and Prataparudra II was defeated and taken as prisoner.

As per the Copper Plate inscription of Prolaya Nayaka Prataparudra could not tolerate the humiliation and committed suicide on the banks of river Narmada while on the way to Delhi.