To The Ramparts Of Pratāpagaḍa

2017 Figshare  
Putting together all the above information, the seamless unity of the Marāthā and Seuna Yādava is a foregone conclusion. The Hōyasāḷa of Dōrasamudra complete the yāḍava triad – Hōyasāḷa, Sēūṇa and Marāthā - that dominated the political, social and cultural panorama of the Deccan for over eight centuries - from the end of the 10th century CE to the end of the 18th century CE. [The Yādavarāyā, 27 Aug 17] Add to it the Vijayānagara kings, and you see the all-pervasive yāḍava presence for almost a
more » ... sence for almost a millennium. [The Dhangar Dynasties Of Deccan, 13 Aug 17] And there is nothing surprising about it; it was a natural evolution of a ubiquitous pastoral community. The yāḍava kings arose from the Deccan soil, starting as pastoral chieftains and slowly morphing into monarchs. [Māḷēnaḍu And Māvaḷ, 20 Aug 17] No doubt they fought among themselves; as animal herders they captured herds of cattle, sheep and goats; their heroes became their gods. As kings they captured forts and palaces; their dreams changed the design and the colour of the Deccan tapestry; the yāḍava warp and weft, however, remained constant; they also intermarried.
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