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Istanbul, 13 May 2015 The Hindu culture, derived from its practice in both the north and the south of the sub-continent, is deep rooted in South-East Asia. The seeds for this influence were sown during the period that is covered in this volume of the series on Indian history. Hindu roots to the societal development […]

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Indian History Part 37 Kingdoms of the Deep South Part III The Chola Dynasty

Canberra, 6 March 2015 The illustrious Chola dynasty and the kingdom they ruled was known to Panini and acknowledged by Asoka Maurya the Great as an independent entity. Further, the Mayry records confirm that the northern boundary of the Chola holdings was the River Pennar. In fact the limits of Chola Mandalam, the ‘Chola Country’, […]

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