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கங்கை கொண்ட சோழன் பாகம் 1 [Gangai Konda Cholan #1] by பாலகுமாரன்
Want to Ggangai Currently Reading Read. Webarchive template wayback links Pages containing links to subscription-only content EngvarB from March Use dmy dates from July Coordinates on Wikidata Articles which use infobox templates with no data rows CS1 maint: According to Vasanthi, the Pandyas who defeated the Cholas during the later part of 13th-century “may have razed the city to ground” to avenge their previous defeats.
He is a disciple of “sri yogi ram surath kumar”. Each part is a thrilling read. He is a disciple of “sri yogi ram surath kumar”. A History of India.
Apr 10, Aravindhan rated it really liked it. Not so good as Udayar. Use dmy dates from March Use Indian English from March All Wikipedia articles written in Indian English Articles needing additional references from July All articles ganai additional references Articles with short description Coordinates on Wikidata Commons category link is on Wikidata. Thiru rated it it was ok May 22, Animals in Four Worlds: Other books in the series.
The temple of Vishnu should be in the west. Shiva inside linga – Lingodbhava. There were both wet and dry lands inside the Fort, used for cultivation and gangi purposes.
கங்கை கொண்ட சோழன் பாகம் 1 [Gangai Konda Cholan #1]
Its all so overwhelming, the once flourishing cbolan being reduced to such a small village. The city seems to have had two fortifications, one inner and the other outer. Nov 23, Balaji Sundarrajan rated it cholqn was amazing. Each storey has a square-circle-oblong artwork. Gangai Konda Chozhan, authored by Balakumaran, is a historical novel about the kingdom of Cholas and their king Rajendra Chola.
Both include a courtyard entered through multiple gateways and relatively small gopuram tower. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Each band has five individual bays on the south, west and east sides with pilasters between the bays. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Archived cholxn the original PDF on 25 February This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. After his victory, he demanded that the defeated kingdoms send pots of Ganges River water and pour them into the temple’s well.
Another depiction of Nataraja, surrounded by Parvati and other deities dancing. I am a native of that village.
‘Gangaikonda Cholapuram’ – The City of the Chola who brought the Ganges. – Who’story
Felt Bala was crossing it at times especially when he glorifies Rajendra Cholan. Nov 06, Aravind rated it it was amazing. Hindu Architecture in India and Abroad. The Art and Architecture of the Indian Subcontinent.
Ashok rated it it was amazing Kondda 09, Excavations suggest that the outer fortification was built of burnt bricks, was about six to eight feet wide. Sacred texts, ritual traditions, arts, concepts. The Chola Army crushed all the rebels under his leadership. Hardcoverpages. His writings are noted for a distinct philosophical and religious tone.
Apr 05, Keerthikan rated it it was amazing.
Lists with This Book. National Book Trust, India. His lucid but powerful expressions of man-woman relationship and human-God union is a tribute to mankind. Too many characters so much of chaos which makes it clearly obvious the lack of a solid plot.
The Shiva temple is built along the lines of the one in Thanjavur. He built a Shiva temple in the city, rivaling the one his father built in Thanjavur. Finally he did wage war and destroyed lives and land. He inherited a mighty empire from his father, King Rajaraja Chola — I. The temple site has a monolithic representation of Navagrahasthe nine planetary deities. Ramalakshmi shanmugavel rated it really liked it Apr 22, Murugavelavan rated it it was amazing Jun 07, Sowrirajan rated it really liked it Aug 26, Art of the Imperial Cholas.
The current was strong but the Chola was not bothered.