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Eight poets known as Astadiggajalu eight elephants in the eight cardinal points such as North, South etc. Sri Krishna Deva Raya being himself well conversant with literature, wrote the book Amuktamalyada in Telugu, beautifully describing the pangs of separation suffered by Sri Andal one of the twelve bhakti-era alwars for her lover Lord Vishnu One of the main characters is Periyalvar, the father of Andal.
Lord Vishnu commands Periyalwar to teach a king of the Pandya dynasty the path of knowledge to moksha. Amuktamalyada is also known by the name Vishnu-chitteeyam, a reference to Vishnu-chittudu, the Telugu name of Vishnuchittar aka Periyalwar.
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Several other short stories are included in Amuktamalyada in the course of the main story of Godadevi, the Sanskrit name of Kothai Naachiyaar aka Andal, which is used throughout the tome. Krishna Raya was also well-versed in Sanskrit, Tamil and Kannada.
Jambavati Kalyanamu is his Sanskrit work. He strove for the welfare and the uplifting of Telugu people.
Importance of Trade Sri Krishnadevaraya used to place lot of importance to trade. As warfare during these times depended upon effective cavalry, the import of horses from Arabia and Central Asia was very important for rival kingdoms.
This trade was initially controlled by Arab traders. Local communities of merchants known as kudirai chettis or horse merchants also participated in these exchanges. From other actors appeared on the scene. These were the Portuguese, who arrived on the west coast of the subcontinent and attempted to establish trading and military stations. Their superior military technology, especially the use of muskets, enabled them to become important players in the tangled politics of the period.
The Vijayangar Empire was founded by 2 brothers, Harihara and Bukka. According to legend they were officers of Muhammad Tughluq. They were sent to crush a rebellion in the South.
Instead they broke away and founded their own kingdom. Harihara was crowned king in His brother Bukka I ruled after him, The Vijayanagar Empire is named after its capital city Its name means city of victory.
The rulers of Vijayanager gradually conquered more and more territory and the empire reached a peak early in the 16th century.
Harihar II Expanded the empire towards the sea coast but his greatest success was in wresting Belgaum and Goa from Bahmani and in sending expedition to Sri Lanka. He also built a dam across Tungabhadra.
Nuniz informs us that a large number of kings paid tribute to him. Krishna Deva Raya wrote the political treatise of Amuktamalyamada in Telugu Jambbavati Kalyannam in Sanskrit and emphasized on the welfare of people.He strove for the welfare and the uplifting of Telugu people.
Sri Krishna Deva Raya being himself well conversant with literature, wrote the book Amuktamalyada in Telugu, beautifully describing the pangs of separation suffered by Sri Andal one of the twelve bhakti-era alwars for her lover Lord Vishnu One of the main characters is Periyalvar, the father of Andal. Many travelers wrote in length about the abundance of fruits, meat , pearls , rubies etc.
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The victorious armies sacked the city of Vijayanagara. Kannada inscription dated A.