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The founder of the Pallava dynasty, King Skandavarman had been impressed by Mayurasharma’s righteous indignation and placed a silver earring as a mark of allegiance to him. [49] Mayurasharma built a town called Mayurapuri, now known as Udupi, also known as Mudgal, his first capital. [50]

The Pallavas under the rulers Virasena, Pallamba Kula and Devanampiya Tampakka, further extended their empire to include the regions of southern Kerala, southeastern Tamil Nadu, and parts of Sri Lanka (King Mayurasharma the Great). They also established the Kollur Jinna, the first newspaper in India in the eighth century. [52]

The now famous Kadamba kingdom was established by Mayurasharma. Mayurasharma was born to a line of seers in what is present day Shimoga district. From village Govindapura, now near Avakkarudu, he set out with a guru, Tamba Ramachandra of Rama Naidu Panigala, to the Ganga plain or the region between the Bhadra and the Tungabhadra rivers, where he faced off the Pallava enemy. He defeated the forces and built the capital at Kanchi. [1] He fought his first battle against the Pallava King at Chandragiri. In this battle, there were many defeats, but the Pallava King was defeated. [2] This occurred when the Pallava King was having a lunch party at his residence.

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The great warrior king Jayavarma challenged Talagunda to a duel, but Talagunda refused, so Jayavarma attacked the capital. Unfortunately for the Pallavas, Pandya monarch Balagangadhara of Kanchi was a brother-in-law of Mayurasharma. He himself had fought the Pallavas in 1275 and had defeated them. Thus the royal house of Kanchi was completely hostile to the Pallavas. Jayavarma’s army successfully marched into the southern Kannada, Pillaya, and Kodagu regions which were under the control of the Kanchi in 1278, and killed many of the enemy, and ultimately defeated the Pallava general and governor. When the news of Jayavarma’s victory reached the at that time Varaha, he immediately marched at the head of the Pallava army against the capital. He had only a small force. The Pallava army, however, lost its offensive spirit when faced with the powerful Kanchi army. Thus, the Pallava king was defeated. The victory was short-lived. The Kayasthas had gained control of many areas of South Canara, South Kanara, Dakshina Kannada, Kodagu and Malnad. Balagangadhara of Kanchi, who thus controlled the entire east coast (except the Chalukyas) of the Karnataka coast, acquired the title ‘Maharajah’ by 1282.


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