Students can go through AP Board 7th Class Social Notes 5th Lesson Kakatiya Kingdom to understand and remember the concept easily.
AP Board 7th Class Social Notes 5th Lesson Kakatiya Kingdom
→ During the medieval period five important kingdoms emerged in South India.
→ These are 1. The Chalukyas of Kalyani, 2. The Yadav&s 3. The Kakatiyas 4. The Hoyasalas and 5. The Pandyas.
→ Thailapa II was the founder of Chalukyas of Kalyani.
→ Yadavas of Devagiri originally served as subordinates to Chalukyas to Kalyani.
→ Hoyasalas belong to Dwarasamudra.
→ Pandyas ruled from Madurai.
→ Early Kakatiyas served as a feudatories to the Rashtrakutas and the Western Chalukya kings.
→ The Kakatiya kingdom emerged after the fall of the Western Chalukyas.
→ Rudra deva, the Kakatiya king built a new capital Orugallu.
→ The reign of the Praia II, was a land mark in the history of the Kakatiyas.
→ Rudra Deva’s achievements were described in Hanumakonda.inscription.
→ Ganapati deva was the most powerful of the Kakatiya sovereigns.
→ Rudrama Devi came to th% throne in 1262 CE.
→ The Kakatiyas divided their territories among a number of military chiefs known as Nayankara.
→ Land revenue was the major source of income to the Kakatiya kingdom.
→ The Kakatiyas brought large tracts of forest land under cultivation.
→ The Kakatiya kings gave much importance to foreign trade.
→ The Kakatiya rulers extended liberat patronage to Sanskrit.
→ Kakatiya temple architecture shows fantastic smooth carving of black marble stone.
→ Regional kingdoms during Medieval Period : These are basically local or small kingdoms ruling a small town and are found in a particular region.
→ The Kakatiya Dynasty : This dynasty was a South Indian dynasty. It ruled most of Eastern Deccan region comprising present day Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and parts of Eastern Karnataka and Southern Odisa.
Political, Social and Economic Life
→ Political life : With the leading officials, their interactions, any documents, laws, treaties etc.
→ Social life : The way that laws, government actions, events etc.
→ Economic life : Specific to the financial implications of laws and events, how they affect trade, job availability and the flow of money.
→ Art and Architecture : Is defined as the art and science of designing building and structures.
→ Feudatory : Subordinates to king, that obediently follow the kings’ orders or instructions.
→ Patronized : To give help and support promoting culture and heritage.
→ Veera Saivam : One of the reform branch in the Hindu religion.
→ Inscription : The fact of writing or a small bit of writing.
→ Splendour : Brilliant appearance or great brightness.
→ Dynasty : A succession of rulers of the same line of descent.
→ Recalcitrant : A person who has an obstinately uncooperative attitude towards authority.
→ Sue : To proceed with and follow up to proper termination.
→ Heir-apparent : An heir apparent is a person who is first in an order of succession.
→ Clan : A group of people tracing descent from a common ancestor.