2 edition of history of Mushikavamsa found in the catalog.
history of Mushikavamsa
N. P. Unni
|LC Classifications||PK3791.A74 M838 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||82902755|
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It was originally released as a serial in the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun, between and It has been re-released on books Author: Eiji Yoshikawa. Mushikavamsa is the earliest work of the dynastic and regional history in Sanskrit literature, written almost a century before Rajatharangini by Kalhana Mushikavamsa has been divided into fifteen sargas or sections.
In the first six sargas the poet describes the circumstances leading to. Unni is an introduction to Mushikavamsha,10 one of the few literary works in Sanskrit about dynastic history.
It explains various sources of study about the Mushikas. It is a critical comparative study with other sources related to Mushikas and an interpretation of Mushikavamsa of Athula. Though the bookFile Size: 59KB. Making Sense of History. Manohar Publishers (IND). Paperback – January 1, by Mushirul Hasan (Author) › Visit Amazon's Mushirul Hasan Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Mushirul Hasan. The Mahavamsa is an epic poem written in the Pali language. It relates the history of Sri Lanka from its legendary beginnings up to the reign of Mahasena of Anuradhapura covering the period between the arrival of Prince Vijaya from India in BCE to his reign.
It was composed by a Buddhist monk at the Mahavihara temple in Anuradhapura about the fifth century : 5th century CE. Mushikavamsa Kavya is the main source to delineate the feature of the landscape and the production pattern of the region during the early medieval period.4 Before going to examine the geo-economic landscape, a separate discussion on the Kavya will be prolific.
Mushikavamsakavya, authored by Atula, is an admixture of mythical. the age of Tamil anthologies, Mushikavamsa (Mushika lineage) of the Mushikavamsa kavya, and the Kolathiris of the medieval period.
The available source materials are testifying the historical continuity of the region of Kolathunadu as an agrarian unit2 from the. History (Trivandrum: College Book House, ), at 5 Though the name of the vamsa is given as Mushikavamsa by the author, it is clear that the rulers were also known as the ‘Kings of Kolam’—most probably after the name of the town (Kolapatanam) established by.
Mushika dynasty, also spelled Mushaka, Tamil/Malayalam: Eli or Ezhi, was a minor dynastic power that held sway over the region in and around Mount Ezhi in present-day Kerala, south India.
The country of the Mushikas, ruled by an ancient lineage of velir-level chieftains of the same name, appears in early historic (pre-Pallava) south India. Early Tami poems contain several references to the Capital: Ezhimala (early historic), Kolam (early.
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The Mushika political tradition continued through the Kolathiris until the late medieval period. Kolathunad functioned as an independent kingdom from the early time onwards. The rulers of this kingdom were sovereign powers, who administered the country independently. While this is a collection of essays by Edwin Friedman, its unity lies in its orientation around Bowen theory.
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An analysis of the work will yield rich insights into ancient Indian historiography. The present paper is an attempt to investigate the manner in which poet Atula makes use of facts of regional history to fit into the structure of a Sanskrit : Rajendran Chettiarthodi.
The book is regional history at its best, written without any sentiments of regionalism, and placing Kerala within the larger context of south India. Toggle navigation Ap Mooshika Vamsham, written by Atula in the 10th century, throws light on the history of the Mushika Royal Family in particular and of Kerala in general.
Under Nannan, an able military commander also, Mushika kingdom transformed into a force in South India, and stretched into Wynad and Gudalur Districts in the foothills of the Western Ghats, and the northern parts of present-day Coimbatore Religion: Hinduism and others. First a correction: The full title of this book is Iraqi Jews: A History of Mass Exodus.
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The Vadeshwaram Temple is believed to have been built approximately years ago by the then king Vatukavarma, the 43rd ruler of Mushika dynasty. In Mushikavamsa Mahakavya, the poet Athula gives an account of Shiva and the Vateshwaram Temple. The sanctum sanctorum of the Vadeshwaram Temple was constructed in a style known as Ashtadala (eight-petalled).Country: India.
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