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Haihaya Chiefs

Heheya Kingdom (also known as Haihaya, Haiheya, Heiheya, etc.) is one of the kingdoms ruled by Chandravanshi (Yadava) kings in central and western India. The Puranas style the Haihayas as the first ruling dynasty of Avanti. Mahishmati was an ancient city and the capital of Haihayas in the present-day central India on the banks of Narmada River, although its exact location is uncertain.  A number of early medieval dynasties, which include the Kalachuris and the Mushakavamsha Mushika Kingdom of Kerala, claimed their descent from the Haihayas. Kartavirya Arjuna Niladhwaja in Mahismati Suradeva of Ratanpur conquered Telingana Chanda Nimba Allapuli elder brother Chanda Bhupalaka II Muvadi ganda Chanda II Gona Katabhupathi Budha I Vital Betaraju Virakama Chagi Beta Haihayas were subdued in the seventh century by Vinayaditya, the Western Chalukya king Vinayaditya, and Mahishmati was incorporated in his kingdom. The Haihaya chiefs then served as governors under the Chalukyas. 1054 AD : Revara


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