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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 1, Issue 12, Part O (2015)

Some interesting inscriptions in Nalgonda district: A study

Author(s)
N Kanakarathnam
Abstract
The Present paper is focusing some of the important inscriptions of Nalgonda district of Telangana State. nearly 300 above inscriptions were discovered by archaeological Dept of Andhra Pradesh before 1980 – 1990. Some of the information available regarding Nalgonda region since 2nd Century A.D. Velmjala inscription dated 927 A.D. Which is first Inscriptional evidence, of Nalgonda district. Above Mentioned region had ruled by Rashtrakutas, Western Chalukyas, Kota chiefs, Kakatiyas, Kunduru Chodas, Kayastas and some of other local chieftains were ruled this region. Chityala inscription dated 1253 A.D. states that Kayasta Chieftains who were Migrated from present Bengal State. This record gives the description of dalit / Dalita this sentence firstly mentioned in chityala inscription. Dr.B.R.Ambedkar drafting committee chairman of Indian Constitution. Who was used Dalit sentence in his writings in that aspect Dalit / Dalita means locally emerged and ruling class people, who were the kunduri chodas. The enemies of Kakatiyas. Kakatiyas and kayastas were not comes under Dalit group according to chityala inscription 1253 A.D. rnDuring ancient and medival period present Nalgonda District was a centre point of east to west of South India and deccan plateau. This place was centre for Traders, armies, travelers, not only that Trade and Marchant activities were happened from this place. In my article I bring out many new names of chieftains, soldiers, village level leaders and names of the tanks and villages.
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How to cite this article:
N Kanakarathnam. Some interesting inscriptions in Nalgonda district: A study. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(12): 1019-1023.
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