On the Chalukyas of the Vengi kingdom of the 7th to 10th cent. Social and cultural life of the eastern Chalukyas of Vengi. Front Cover. Ramamurty. [A.P.] Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Oriental Research Institute – History – The Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi. Front Cover. N. Ramesan. Andhra Pradesh Sahithya Akademi, – Andhra Pradesh (India) – 63 pages.

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Eastern Chalukyasalso known as the Chalukyas of Vengiwas a dynasty that ruled parts of South India. It ruled for a period from the 7th century to the 12th centuries. They started out be as governors of the Chalukyas of Badami in the Deccan region.

Later they became powerful. They ruled the Vengi region of present-day Andhra Pradesh until c. After CE they continued their rule under the overlordship feudatory of the Chola.


Originally, the capital of the Eastern Chalukyas was located at the Vengi city. Later the capital was shifted chalulyas Rajahmundry. Throughout their history the Eastern Chalukyas were the cause of many wars between the more powerful Cholas and Western Chalukyas.

Eastern Chalukyas – Wikipedia

Eastern Chalukyan rule of Vengi saw the growth of Telugu culture, literature, poetry and art throughout the region. The Chalukyas of Vengi emerged from came from the Chalukyas of Badami. E conquered the Vengi region in eastern Deccan by defeating the Vishnukundina dynasty. He appointed his brother Kubja Vishnuvardhana as the governor of the new territory in CE.

Then periods with weak rulers followed. At this time, the Rashtrakutas removed the Western Chalukyas of Badami.

The weak rulers of Vengi had to face the Rashtrakutas. There was no Eastern Chalukya ruler who could fight against them. After Amoghavarsha’s death, Vijayaditya made the state independent.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Seshan, University of Hyderabad. Archived from the original on 6 December Retrieved 12 November Later Vishnuvardhana become the founder of the Eastern Chalukya empire Sastripp. Retrieved from ” https: History of India Eastern Chalukyas 7th century establishments in India 12th century disestablishments in Asia Disestablishments in Venyi.


Role of Chalukyas of Vengi and its Polity During Post-Gupta Period

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