Indian History

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Yadavas

Yadavas were originally feudatories of Kalyani chalukyas.

Dridhaprahara was the first known member of Yadava dynasty.

Bhillama V defeated chalukya someswara IV and established independent kingdom in 1187.

The yadava ruler Jaitugi defeated and killed the Kakatiya ruler Rudradeva.

Singhana was the most powerful ruler of the Yadava dynasty.

The Yadava king Singhana defeated and killed paramara king Arjunavarman.

The glory of yadava kingdom reached its zenith during the period of Singhana.

Sarangadeva was the author of Sangitaratnakara.

The famous astronomers Anantadeva and changadeva were in the court of Singhana.

The yadava ruler Mahhadeva fought with kakatiya Rudramadevi.

The period of rule of singhana was 1210-1247 A.D.

The yadava ruler Krishna was defeated in the hands of kakatiya ruler Ganapatideva.

Yadavas ruled Nasik, Ahmadnagar, Khandesh.

The period of rule of Ramachandradeva was 1270-1309 A.D.

The downfall of yadava dynasty started with Ramachandradeva.

The symbol of yadava kingdom was Garuda.

The first invasion against yadava kingdom by the Alauddin khalji took place in 1296.

The second invasion aganist yadava kingdom took place in 1309.

The yadava ruler Ramachandradeva was defeated by Malikaffur, the commander of Alauddin khilji.

Sankaradeva was the last ruler of yadava dynasty.

The last invasion against yadava kingdom took place in 1318.

Malik kaffur defeated and killed sankaradeva and annexed yadava kingdom to Delhi Sultanate.