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Kakatiya Kingdom


      Kakatiya Kingdom
No. Kakatiya Kingdom
1. Kakatiyas were the devotees of Goddess Kakati.
2. Beta Raja was the founder of Kakatiya dynasty.
3. Betaraja II became the Kakatiya ruler after Prolaraja I.
4. Durgaraja succeeded Betaraja II.
5. Prolaraja II became Kakatiya ruler after Durgaraja.
6. Padmakshi temple, Siddeswara temple, Kesava temple were built by Prolaraja II.
7. Among the Kakatiya rulers Ganapatideva ruled for a long period.
8. The Italian traveller Marco Polo visited the Motupalli during the period of Rudramadevi.
9. Prolaraja II was killed in the hands of Rajendra Chola.
10. Rudradeva built Thousand Pillar Temple at Hanumakonda.
11. Prataparudra divided his empire into 77 Nayankaras.
12. Rudradeva was also called as Prataparudra I.
13. Ganapatideva was captive in the hands of Jaitugi for 12 years.
14. Ganapatideva shifted the capital from Hanumakonda to Warangal.
15. Prolaraja II built Swayambhudevalayam in Hanumakonda.
16. Recharla Rudra has the title of 'Kakatiyarajya stapanacharya'.
17. Rudramadevi was the successor of Ganapatideva.
18. Motupalli port was famous for foreign trade during the period of Kakatiyas.
19. Ministers during the period of Kakatiyas were called as Tirthas.
20. Vidyanatha wrote Prataparudra Yashobhusanam.
21. Bayyaram Cheruvu inscription was issued by Mailamba.
22. The gold coin during the period of Kakatiyas was called as Gadvanam.
23. Ganapatideva completed the construction of Orugallu.
24. Ganapatideva was defeated in Muttukur War by Jatavarma Sundara Pandya.
25. Magallu inscription was issued by Danarnava.
26. The first Muslim Invasion against Kakatiyas took place in 1303.
27. Second Muslim Invasion took place against Kakatiyas in 1309-10.
28. Achitendra was the author of Hanumakonda inscription.
29. Ramappa Cheruvu, Pakala Cheruvu, Lakkavaram Cheruvu were dug by Ganapatideva.
30. The kakatiya king Prolaraja I was called as 'Arigajakesari'.
31. Rudradeva issued Hanumakonda inscription about the victories of Prolaraja II in 1163.
32. Recherla Rudra built Ramappa Temple.
33. The period of rule of Ganapatideva was 1199-1262.
34. Rudradeva started the construction of Orugallu.
35. Prolaraja I built Kesari Tatakam.
36. Palanadu war took place during the period of Prataparudra I.
37. Alla-ud-din Khilji was the Delhi Sultan at the time of first and Second invasions against Kakatiyas.
38. The rivalry between the Kakatiyas and Yadavas was started from the period of Prataparudra I.
39. The third Muslim invasion took place against Kakatiyas in 1318-19.
40. Mubarak Khilji was the Delhi Sultan at the time of third invasion against Kakatiyas.
41. The fourth and fifth Muslim invasion took place against Kakatiyas in 1323.
42. Ganapatideva was the successor of Prataparudra I.
43. Rudradeva issued Hanumakonda inscription.
44. Mahadeva was killed in the hands of Jaitugi.
45. Ganapatideva was the son of Mahadeva.
46. Rudramba and Ganapamba were the daughters of Ganapatideva.
47. Ghiyas-ud-din Tughluq was the Delhi Sultan at the time of fourth and fifth Muslim invasions against Kakatiyas.
48. Ganapatideva was greatest among the Kakatya rulers.
49. Prataparudra I was killed in the hands of Jaitugi.
50. Junakhan led fourth and fifth invasions against Kakatiya kingdom successfully.
51. Junakhan named Warangal as Sultanpur.
52. Prataparudra II was the last ruler of Kakatiya dynasty.
53. Alauddin Khalji got Kohinoor diamond from Pratap Rudradeva of Warangal.
54. Prataparudra II defeated the army of Alauddin Khalji.

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