Belur Chennakeshava Temple - Lord Garuda, sacred steed of Vishnu

Belur Chennakeshava Temple - Lord Garuda, sacred steed of Vishnu

1198 A.D. - 1312 A.D. Yadavas of Devagiri 1000 A.D. - 1346 A.D. Hoysalas 1336 A.D. - 1565 A.D. Vijayanagara Kings 1347 A.D. - 1527 A.D. Bahamani Kings 1490 A.D. - 1686 A.D. Sultans of Bijapur 1500 A.D. - 1763 A.D. Nayakas of Keladi 1399 A.D. - 1761 A.D. Wodeyars of Mysore 1761 A.D. - 1799 A.D. Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan 1800 A.D. - 1831 A.D. Wodeyars of Mysore (Under British Empire) 1831 A.D. - 1881 A.D. British Empire 1881 A.D. - 1950 A.D. Wodeyars of Mysore 1956 Present day .

1198 A.D. - 1312 A.D. Yadavas of Devagiri 1000 A.D. - 1346 A.D. Hoysalas 1336 A.D. - 1565 A.D. Vijayanagara Kings 1347 A.D. - 1527 A.D. Bahamani Kings 1490 A.D. - 1686 A.D. Sultans of Bijapur 1500 A.D. - 1763 A.D. Nayakas of Keladi 1399 A.D. - 1761 A.D. Wodeyars of Mysore 1761 A.D. - 1799 A.D. Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan 1800 A.D. - 1831 A.D. Wodeyars of Mysore (Under British Empire) 1831 A.D. - 1881 A.D. British Empire 1881 A.D. - 1950 A.D. Wodeyars of Mysore 1956 Present day .

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Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I just posted “Stone Temples of Hoysala Empire” to Exposure

I just posted “Stone Temples of Hoysala Empire” to Exposure

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hoysala Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

India History - The Hoysala Empire was a prominent South Indian Kannadiga empire that ruled most of the modern day state of Karnataka between the 10th and the 14th centuries. The capital of the Hoysalas was initially located at Belur but was later moved to Halebidu.

India History - The Hoysala Empire was a prominent South Indian Kannadiga empire that ruled most of the modern day state of Karnataka between the 10th and the 14th centuries. The capital of the Hoysalas was initially located at Belur but was later moved to Halebidu.

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