Kota Vamsa is the medieval dynasty which ruled in parts of the modern-day Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The Kota prasisti (Praise; a short laudatory hymn: a eulogium) declared that they were the rulers of the Shatashasra (Guntur region on the southern banks of the Krishna River) and the Velanadu (a.k.a. Aarvelanadu) country as a de facto independent power for many centuries from the beginning of the 9th to12th century AD.

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  • Kota Vamsa is the medieval dynasty which ruled in parts of the modern-day Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The Kota prasisti (Praise; a short laudatory hymn: a eulogium) declared that they were the rulers of the Shatashasra (Guntur region on the southern banks of the Krishna River) and the Velanadu (a.k.a. Aarvelanadu) country as a de facto independent power for many centuries from the beginning of the 9th to12th century AD. (en)
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  • Kota Vamsa is the medieval dynasty which ruled in parts of the modern-day Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The Kota prasisti (Praise; a short laudatory hymn: a eulogium) declared that they were the rulers of the Shatashasra (Guntur region on the southern banks of the Krishna River) and the Velanadu (a.k.a. Aarvelanadu) country as a de facto independent power for many centuries from the beginning of the 9th to12th century AD. (en)
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