Hyderabad before Hyderabad – Part IV

The tl;dr Version

The Ikshavakus were the last major Telugu dynasty to rule over the region after the Satavahanas in the first millenium CE. The 800 years following the Ikshavakus saw a whole bunch of dynasties – the smaller ones such as the Salankayanas, the Vishnukundinas, the Telugu Cholas and the larger ones such as the Pallavas, the Chalukyas, the Western Chalukyas, the Eastern Chalukyas and the Rashtrakutas. Each of these kingdoms were quite culturally distinct and it wasn’t until the Kakatiyas in the 11th Century CE that a major Telugu kingdom flourished in the region. Before we move on to the last millennium of history that we intend to cover in this blog, a (graphical) re-cap of the region’s history during the first millennium:

100bce
300ce650ce
850ce
1100ce

Note: Kingdom boundaries have been roughly drawn. They are meant to be indicative only. Kindly take images with a pinch of salt. Or a plate of Biryani.
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About Double ka Meetha

Chronicler of all things Hyderabadi. And old.
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