Pandya dynasty

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Pandya Empire
300 BCE–1650 CE
Extent o the Pandya Territories c. 1250 CE
Extent o the Pandya Territories c. 1250 CE
Caipital Madurai (3rd century BCE – 1345 CE)
Korkai (auncient seicont caipital)[1]
Tenkasi (1345 – 1630 CE, pairt o Tirunelveli. Medieval seicont caipital)[2]
Offeecial leids Tamil, Sanskrit [3][4]
Releegion Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism
Govrenment Monarchy
• 560–590 CE
Kadungon
• 1309–1345 CE
Vira Pandyan IV
• 1422–1463 CE
Jatavarman Parakrama Pandyan
Historical era Airn Age tae Renaissance
• Established
300 BCE
• Disestablished
1650 CE
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Kalabhra dynasty
Chola dynasty
Delhi Sultanate
Madurai Nayak dynasty
Jaffna kinrick
Sambuvaraya
The day pairt o Indie
Sri Lanka

The Pandya dynasty wis an auncient Tamil dynasty o Sooth Indie, ane o the three Tamil dynasties, the ither twa bein the Chola an the Chera.[5]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Arunachalam, S. (1952). The History of the Pearl Fishery of the Tamil Coast (in Inglis). Ananamalai University. p. 32. 
  2. Journal of Annamalai University: Humanities. Part A (in Inglis). Annamalai University. 1991. p. 17. 
  3. Aiyar, R. Swaminatha (1987). Dravidian Theories (in Inglis). Motilal Banarsidass. pp. 265, 273. ISBN 9788120803312. 
  4. Singh, Upinder (2008). A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India: From the Stone Age to the 12th Century (in Inglis). Pearson Education India. p. 46. ISBN 9788131711200. 
  5. Zvelebil, Kamil (1992). Companion Studies to the History of Tamil Literature (in Inglis). BRILL. p. 23. ISBN 9004093656.