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Saluva Dynasty

After Sangama dynasty, Saluva dynasty ruled Vijayanagara Empire from 1486 to 1505 A.D. Saluva Narasimha crowned himself at Vijayanagara in 1486 by defeating the last ruler of Sangama dynsty Virupaksha II. He suppressed many revolts. He captured Goa, Baboal and Chaul from Bahmani Sultans. But during his period Prataparudra Gajapati conquered upto Udayagiri. He was died in 1491. after the battle of Udayagiri. He was succeeded by his son Immadi Narasimha. Immadi Narasimha ruled from 1491 to 1505. Later Tuluva dynasty ruled the Vijayanagara Empire.

List of Rulers:

Saluva Narasimha Raya 1485–1491

Immadi Narasimha(Narasimha Raya II) 1491–1505