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Rudradeva

Rudradeva also known as Prataparudra I ascended the Kakatiya throne after Prolaraja II in 1158 A.D and ruled upto 1195 A.D.

He occupied Draksharama and Srisailam.

He defeated Velanadu rulers.

In Palanadu war of succession Rudradeva supported Nalagama.

Rudradeva started the construction of Orugallu.

Thousand Pillars temple at Hanumakonda was built by Rudradeva.

The rivalry between the Kakatiyas and Yadavas was started from the period of Prataparudra I.

Rudradeva was defeated and killed by Jaitugi of Yadava dynasty.

He was succeeded by his brother Mahadeva.