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Malyala Chiefs

Founder : Danna Senani
Forts : Sankisapura (Dornakal, Khammam), Malyala, Kondaparthi, Vardhamanapuram (Mahabubnagar)

Durjaya

Danna Senani
Capital : Sankisapura (Khammam)
Stated to be lord of the town Malyala.
General of Beta II (1076 - 1108) to Prola II (1116 - 1157) in Polavasa, Manthrakutamu and Kandur battles.

He has 2 sons Danna ruling from Sankisapura (Khammama) and Bachavarudhini who was ruling from Vardhamanapura (Mahabubnagar).

Sankisapura (Khammam) Branch

Sabba Senani son of Danna Senani
Capital : Sankisapura
Wife    : Aachamma

1195 AD : Kata Senani Son of Sabba Senani
Capital : Sankisapura
General of Kakatiya Rudra Deva (1158 - 1195) took active part in capturing Dharanikota.

Built Trikutesvaralyam
   
Potha Senani Son of Kata Senani
Capital : Sankisapuram
General of Prataparudra, Mahadeva & Ganapati Deva

1202 AD : Chaunda Senani Son of Kata Senani
Lived in Kondaparthi near Orugallu as a general of army protecting the Fort.
Built Chaundeshwaralaya Temple.
Wife  : Mailamma (Viriyala Family)
Married the only daughter of Viriyala Annaya and Aitama. 
General of Prataparudra, Mahadeva & Ganapati Deva.

Maillamma issued Katkur (Karimnagar) inscription in 1202 AD, which explains both Malyala and Viryala families.

Chaunda issued Kondaparti (Warangal) inscription in 1203 AD.

As a commander-in-chief of Kakatiya armies, gets the credit for Subjugating coastal Andhra, particularly defeating prithvisara, Velanati Chief.

Vardhamanapura (Mahabubnagar) Branch

Bachavarudhini son of Danna
Capital : Budapura
Wife    : Bachamba

1245 AD - 1276 AD: Gunda Senani son of Bachavarudhini
Capital : Budapura, Vardhamanpura
Wife : Kuppambika (younger sister of Gona Ganna Reddy)
General of Ganapatideva, Rudramdevi

Bachaya Boppana
     
Ganapthai Deva

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