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Mysore Kingdom


      Mysore Kingdom-Odayar dynasty
No. Mysore Kingdom
1. After the downfall of Vijayanagara empire, the Mysore Kingdom was ruled by the Odayar dynasty from 1399-1947.
2. Odeyar dynasty was established by Vijaya (Yaduraya).
3. After the downfall of Vijayanagara Empire Raja Odeyar expanded the Mysore kingdom. He ruled from 1578-1617 A.D.
4. He shifted the capital from Mysore to Srirangapatnam in 1610.
5. The dynasty reached it zenith during the period of Chikka devaraja who ruled from 1673-1704 A.D.
6. The kingdom was divided into 18 Chavadies.
7. Odeyar rulers became nominal during the period from 1760 to 1799 and the real power goes into the hands of Hyder Ali and his on Tipu Sultan.
8. Hyder Ali became the ruler of Mysore Kingdom in 1761. He was died in 1782.
9. After the death of Tipu Sultan in the hands of the British in 1799 Odeyar dynasty was restored in Mysore.
10. British nominated Krishna Raja Odeyar III, a four year old boy as king of Mysore kingdom.
11. Odeyar rulers now became the subsidiaries of British.
12. The British shifted the capital back to the city of Mysore from Srirangapatnam.
13. Jayachamarajendra was the last ruler of Odeyar dynasty. He ruled from 1940-1950.

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