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The south India- The Gangas
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The south India- The Gangas

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Grade Level Grades 9-12
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The founder of ganga dynasty are the descendants of the Ikshvaku dynasty. They ruled from kuvalala, talakadu and manyapura which is present day’s manne in Nelamangala and the rural district of Bangalore. The king had a council of ministers who supervised different branches of administration. The administration in the villages was very systematic of the village committee looked after land revenue, justice, sanitation and defense. The society was patriarchal and divided into different yet interdependent sects and castes.Talakudu, Shravanabelagola, Bankapura and Perur were the famous center of learning. Jainism flourished during their rule. A 58 foot monolithic idol of Gomateshwara was installed bat Shravanbelagola. Beautiful temples and Basadis like Kapileswara temple at manne, Pataleswara temple and Maruleswara temple at talakadu, kolaramma temple at Kolar , Nagareswara temple at Begur were built.

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February 10, 2020
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43 Reviews
great work
vijigrace84_2832474
January 02, 2018
Short and sweet!
srrinivasan r.j
January 02, 2018
Good nicely done!
David Raja
January 02, 2018
Well explained...
hifsasyed80_2832475
January 02, 2018
very efficiently prepared. All the best.
AVI KROCHA
January 02, 2018
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