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Natavadi Chiefs

The Natavadis or Natavatis ruled over Natavadi vishaya from c.1050 AD - 1269 AD with capital at Madapalli (Khammam).  1101 AD : Their earliest inscription found in Narsampet in Warangal District. Madapalli has been identified with the village Madapalle near Madhira, Khammama district, which gains support from the Nidikonda inscription. So there is no probability of its identity with the village Madepalle near Ellore. Natavadi chiefs, were originally subordinates of Western Chalukyas. Later on, they shifted their loyalty to the Kakatiyas. c.1050 AD : Beta Kshanipalaka figuring in the Inugurti inscriptions was probably the earliest Natavadi chief known so far and father of Durgaraja. He may be placed tentatively around 1050 AD. 1104 AD - 1157 AD : Durga   He issued records of him own. His earliest inscription is from Nidikonda in Nalgonda district dated in the 29th year of C.V. era. Corresponding to December 24, 1104 AD. Durga is mentioned as Dugga and Duggaraja in the record and as D

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  

Recherla Chiefs

996 AD - 1052 AD : Recherla Brahma or Bamma Founder : General of Beta I (996 AD - 1052 AD) Defeated a Choda King and carried away as a trophy of war the doors of kanchi. 1052 AD - 1076 AD : Muccha General of Prola I (1052 AD - 1076 AD) 1076 AD - 1108 AD : Kata I / Kataya General of Beta II (1076 AD - 1108 AD) It can fairly be surmised that Beta II could not have achieved this distinction without the support of Kata I. 116 AD - 1157 AD : Kama Chamupati General of Prola II (1116 AD - 1157 AD) The Palampet inscription127 giving the genealogy of Recherla Rudra incidentally records that his grand father Kama, defeated Manthenya Gunda in a battle. Kama had three sons and a daughter, viz, Kata II, Beti Reddi, Nami Reddi and Vallasani by Kashambika. Beta, Kata II and Nama flourished in the reign of Rudra. 1158 AD - 1190 AD : Kata II General of Rudradeva / Prataparudra I (1158 AD - 1195 AD) 1190 AD - 1262 AD : Recherla Rudra Son of Kata II was the famous Recherla Rudra General for Kakatia kin

Kandur Cholas

Kandur Cholas (1080 AD - 1260 AD) ruled parts of Mahabubnagar (Jadcharla and Acchampet taluks) and Nalgonda (Nalgonda and Miryalguda taluks) districts with Kanduru, Panugallu and Vardhamanpura as their capitals. These kings are described that they were belongs to Karikala chola family. The region of Kandurunadu located south of the Kakatiya territory formed the yuvaraja-vritti or kumara-vritti (royal appanage) of Kumara Tailapa, the younger brother of the Chalukya king Somesvara III. It appears that Kumara Tailapa was active in the region even during the reign of his father, King Vikramaditya, as Tailapa's earliest inscriptions in Kandurunadu date to 1110 C.E. In addition to Kandurunadu, Kumara Tailapa also held the province of Sindavadi, with its capital at Tumbalam (near Adoni). It seems that Tailapa distributed the governorship of Kandurunadu between two brothers of the Choda family, Bhima III (who held Kanduru) and Gokarna I (who held Panugallu). Prince Tailapa eventually sough