pallavas in A Sentence

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    The Pallavas of south India also had a powerful navy.

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    Kanchipuram today we are told was the capital of the Pallavas.

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    The Pallavas Virupaksha temple.

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    The Pallavas held supremacy from about the second quarter of the fourth century AD.

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    The Pallavas put in a lot of effort and money to make the city worth being their capital.

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    The Pallavas were possibly a local tribe who established their authority in the Tondainadu or the land of creepers.

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    They continued the activity for over three centuries till they, like the Pallavas, were overthrown by the rising Cholas of Thanjavur.

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    Possibly the Pallavas were a local tribe who established their authority in the Tondainadu or the land of creepers.

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    During the 6th and 7th centuries, some of the best temples in the city were built by the Pallavas.

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    Both the modes are found developed in the later cave- temples of the Chalukyas, Pallavas, Pandyas, and other contemporary dynasties of the south.

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    Thus one may say that the Chalukyas and the Pallavas inaugurated two parallel traditions in the south.

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    It was the Pallavas who firstly cut small cave temples into the southern face of the smooth rock.

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    The mandapa facade has on top a fully formed kapota with kudus as in the Mamalla- style cave- temples of the Pallavas.

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    His son and successor Aditya I conquered the Pallavas and the Kongu country.

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    It was the Pallavas who first cut small cave temples into the southern face of the smooth rock.

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    Following this pioneering work of the Pallavas, a few attempts at the cutting out of monolithic vimana forms in the same or succeeding centuries are noticeable in the Eastern Chalukyan region north of the Pallava territory of Tondaimandalam.

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    What is more interesting is the fact that the Pallavas translated into the hard imperishable stone monoliths the various forms of structural vimana temples of brick and timber that were prevalent at the commencement of the seventh century.

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    This is India's unadulterated Hindu heartland, home to powerful dynasties such as the Cholas, the Pallavas and the Pandyas, but never under Muslim sway.

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    In addition to the numerous divine sculptures on the vimana and ardha- mandapa and contemporary inscriptions, the most interesting part of this temple would be a series of panelled sculptures narrating the history of the Pallavas from their legendary ancestors down to the time of Nandivarman II Pallavamalla, the builder of the templea unique feature rarely met with elsewhere.

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    The Pallavas of Kancheepuram(9th century AD), the Cholas of Thanjavur(a century later), the Pandyas of Madurai, and the kings and chieftains of Vijayanagar(14th- 15th century AD) were devotees of the Lord and they competed with one another in endowing the temple with rich offerings and contributions.

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    The Pallavas of Kancheepuram(9th century AD), the Cholas of Thanjavur(a century later), the Pandyas of Madurai, and the kings and chieftains of Vijayanagara(14th- 15th century AD) were devotees of the Lord and they competed with one another in endowing the temple with rich offerings and contributions.

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    This information comes from the Lakshmeshwar inscriptions in Kannada dated January 13, 735 A.D. From inscriptions it has come to be known that even before his coronation, Vikramaditya II, as a crown prince(Yuvaraja), had conducted successful military campaigns against their arch enemy, the Pallavas of Kanchipuram.

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    For a period that has come to be so strongly associated with the Islamic influence and rule in India, Medieval Indian history went for almost three whole centuries under the so-called indigenous rulers, that included the Chalukyas, the Pallavas, the Pandyas, the Rashtrakutas, the Muslims rulers and finally the Mughal Empire.

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