The Eastern Ganga dynasty (Odia : ଗଙ୍ଗ ବଂଶ ଶାସନ) was a Hindu power on the Indian Subcontinent. The Eastern Gangas reigned from Kalinga and their rule consisted of the whole of the modern-day Indian state of Odisha as well as parts of West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh from the 11th century to the early 15th century. Their capital was known by the name Kalinganagara, which is the modern Srimukhalingam in Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh bordering Odisha which was earlier part of Ganjam District of Odisha. Today, they are most remembered as the builders of the Konark Sun Temple an UNESCO World Heritage site at Konark, Odisha.

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  • 東ガンガ朝(ひがしガンガちょう、英語:Eastern Ganga dynasty)とは、5世紀末から15世紀前半にかけて、東インド、オリッサ地方に存在したヒンドゥー王朝(5世紀末 - 1434年)。南インドのマイソール地方(現カルナータカ地方)にも、同名の西ガンガ朝(350年 - 1000年)が存在したため、この王朝は区別して、「東ガンガ朝」と呼ばれている。首都はカリンガナガル。 (ja)
  • The Eastern Ganga dynasty (Odia : ଗଙ୍ଗ ବଂଶ ଶାସନ) was a Hindu power on the Indian Subcontinent. The Eastern Gangas reigned from Kalinga and their rule consisted of the whole of the modern-day Indian state of Odisha as well as parts of West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh from the 11th century to the early 15th century. Their capital was known by the name Kalinganagara, which is the modern Srimukhalingam in Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh bordering Odisha which was earlier part of Ganjam District of Odisha. Today, they are most remembered as the builders of the Konark Sun Temple an UNESCO World Heritage site at Konark, Odisha. The dynasty was founded by King Anantavarman Chodaganga, descendents of the Western Ganga Dynasty that rule southern parts of modern Karnataka and the Chola dynasty. The Eastern Ganga rulers, who have hailed from southern India and who are matrimonially related to the Chola empire and Eastern Chalukyas, naturally carried south Indian culture to Odisha which is very well reflected in their currency. The currency was called Ganga fanams and was greatly influenced by the Chola empire and Eastern Chalukyas of southern India. Anantavarman was a religious person as well as a patron of art and literature. He is credited for having built the famous Jagannath Temple of Puri in Odisha. King Anantavarman Chodagangadeva was succeeded by a long line of illustrious rulers such as Narasimha Deva I (1238–1264). The rulers of Eastern Ganga dynasty defended their kingdom from the constant attacks of the Muslim rulers. This kingdom prospered through trade and commerce and the wealth was mostly used in the construction of temples. The rule of the dynasty came to end under the reign of King Bhanudeva IV (1414–34), in the early 15th century. (en)
  • 东恒伽王朝 (奥里亚语 : ଗଙ୍ଗ ବଂଶ ଶାସନ)是印度次大陆的印度教政权。东恒伽王朝源自羯陵伽,从11世纪到15世纪早期统治包括今印度整个奥里萨邦和西孟加拉邦、安得拉邦、恰蒂斯加尔邦的一部分他的首都Kalinganagara,在今安得拉邦斯里加古蘭縣。奥里萨邦科纳尔克的科纳克太阳神庙被评为联合国教科文组织世界遗产。 王朝的建立者是阿南泰伐摩·朱达恒伽提婆,西恒伽王朝的后裔。西恒伽王朝和朱罗王朝统治今卡纳塔克邦的南部。东恒伽王朝和朱罗王朝、东遮娄其王朝建立婚姻关系,他们把南印度文化带到了奥里萨邦,其中典型就是他们的货币他们的货币被称为Ganga fanams,受南印度朱罗王朝、东遮娄其王朝的影响很大阿南泰伐摩信仰印度教,赞助艺术和文学。他在奥里萨邦建立了著名Jagannath寺。阿南泰伐摩·朱达恒伽提婆的继任者是诸如纳罗新哈提婆一世(1238–1264)的显赫的统治者。 东恒伽王朝统治者抵抗穆斯林统治者的不断攻击,保卫他们的王国。王国通过贸易和商业繁荣起来,财富主要用于寺庙的建造。在15世纪早期巴哈奴提婆四世的统治下(1414–34),东恒伽王朝统治的结束。 (zh)
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  • 東ガンガ朝(ひがしガンガちょう、英語:Eastern Ganga dynasty)とは、5世紀末から15世紀前半にかけて、東インド、オリッサ地方に存在したヒンドゥー王朝(5世紀末 - 1434年)。南インドのマイソール地方(現カルナータカ地方)にも、同名の西ガンガ朝(350年 - 1000年)が存在したため、この王朝は区別して、「東ガンガ朝」と呼ばれている。首都はカリンガナガル。 (ja)
  • 东恒伽王朝 (奥里亚语 : ଗଙ୍ଗ ବଂଶ ଶାସନ)是印度次大陆的印度教政权。东恒伽王朝源自羯陵伽,从11世纪到15世纪早期统治包括今印度整个奥里萨邦和西孟加拉邦、安得拉邦、恰蒂斯加尔邦的一部分他的首都Kalinganagara,在今安得拉邦斯里加古蘭縣。奥里萨邦科纳尔克的科纳克太阳神庙被评为联合国教科文组织世界遗产。 王朝的建立者是阿南泰伐摩·朱达恒伽提婆,西恒伽王朝的后裔。西恒伽王朝和朱罗王朝统治今卡纳塔克邦的南部。东恒伽王朝和朱罗王朝、东遮娄其王朝建立婚姻关系,他们把南印度文化带到了奥里萨邦,其中典型就是他们的货币他们的货币被称为Ganga fanams,受南印度朱罗王朝、东遮娄其王朝的影响很大阿南泰伐摩信仰印度教,赞助艺术和文学。他在奥里萨邦建立了著名Jagannath寺。阿南泰伐摩·朱达恒伽提婆的继任者是诸如纳罗新哈提婆一世(1238–1264)的显赫的统治者。 东恒伽王朝统治者抵抗穆斯林统治者的不断攻击,保卫他们的王国。王国通过贸易和商业繁荣起来,财富主要用于寺庙的建造。在15世纪早期巴哈奴提婆四世的统治下(1414–34),东恒伽王朝统治的结束。 (zh)
  • The Eastern Ganga dynasty (Odia : ଗଙ୍ଗ ବଂଶ ଶାସନ) was a Hindu power on the Indian Subcontinent. The Eastern Gangas reigned from Kalinga and their rule consisted of the whole of the modern-day Indian state of Odisha as well as parts of West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh from the 11th century to the early 15th century. Their capital was known by the name Kalinganagara, which is the modern Srimukhalingam in Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh bordering Odisha which was earlier part of Ganjam District of Odisha. Today, they are most remembered as the builders of the Konark Sun Temple an UNESCO World Heritage site at Konark, Odisha. (en)
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