Nayakas of Keladi, also known as Nayakas of Bednore and Kings of Ikkeri (1499–1763), were an Indian dynasty based from Keladi in Shimoga district, Karnataka, India. They were an important ruling dynasty in post-medieval Karnataka. They initially ruled as a vassal of the famous Vijayanagar Empire. After the fall of the empire in 1565, they gained independence and ruled significant parts of Malnad region of the Western Ghats in present-day Karnataka, most areas in the coastal regions of Karnataka, and parts of northern Kerala, Malabar and the central plains along the Tungabhadra river. In 1763 AD, with their defeat to Hyder Ali, they were absorbed into the Kingdom of Mysore. They played an important part in the history of Karnataka, during a time of confusion and fragmentation that generally

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  • I Nayak di Keladi (Kannada: ಕೆಳದಿಯ ನಾಯಕರು) (1499 - 1763) furono un importante clan familiare che governò su parti del Karnataka post-medievale nell'India meridionale. Originariamente furono feudatari del vasto e potente Impero di Vijayanagara, ma dopo la caduta di questo regno nel 1565, ottennero l'indipendenza ed espansero il loro controllo su parti significative del Karnataka, compresa la città di Shivamogga e i distretti costieri e parti dei distretti centrali dell'odierno Karnataka fino al 1763 quando vennero rovesciati da Hyder Ali, il re di Mysore. Svolsero un ruolo importante nella storia del Karnataka, durante un periodo di confusione e di frammentazione che invase il sud dell'India dopo la caduta dell'Impero di Vijayanagara. (it)
  • Nayakas of Keladi, also known as Nayakas of Bednore and Kings of Ikkeri (1499–1763), were an Indian dynasty based from Keladi in Shimoga district, Karnataka, India. They were an important ruling dynasty in post-medieval Karnataka. They initially ruled as a vassal of the famous Vijayanagar Empire. After the fall of the empire in 1565, they gained independence and ruled significant parts of Malnad region of the Western Ghats in present-day Karnataka, most areas in the coastal regions of Karnataka, and parts of northern Kerala, Malabar and the central plains along the Tungabhadra river. In 1763 AD, with their defeat to Hyder Ali, they were absorbed into the Kingdom of Mysore. They played an important part in the history of Karnataka, during a time of confusion and fragmentation that generally prevailed in South India after the fall of the Vijayanagar Empire. The Keladi rulers were Lingayats but they were tolerant towards followers of other faiths. The Haleri Kings of Kodagu who ruled over Coorg between 1600 A.D and 1834 A.D. were an offshoot of Keladi Nayaka dynasty. (en)
  • ケラディ・ナーヤカ朝(ケラディ・ナーヤカちょう、英語:Keladi Nayaka dynasty)とは、南インドのカルナータカ地方(現カルナータカ州)に存在したヒンドゥー王朝(15世紀末 - 1763年)。ナーヤカ朝の一つでもある。首都はケラディ、イッケーリ、ビダヌール。 (ja)
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  • Shivappa Nayaka, the most prominent among Keladi Nayakas.
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  • Chowdappa Nayaka
  • Queen Veerammaji
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  • Vijayanagara Empire
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  • Kingdom of Mysore
  • Haleri Kingdom
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  • I Nayak di Keladi (Kannada: ಕೆಳದಿಯ ನಾಯಕರು) (1499 - 1763) furono un importante clan familiare che governò su parti del Karnataka post-medievale nell'India meridionale. Originariamente furono feudatari del vasto e potente Impero di Vijayanagara, ma dopo la caduta di questo regno nel 1565, ottennero l'indipendenza ed espansero il loro controllo su parti significative del Karnataka, compresa la città di Shivamogga e i distretti costieri e parti dei distretti centrali dell'odierno Karnataka fino al 1763 quando vennero rovesciati da Hyder Ali, il re di Mysore. Svolsero un ruolo importante nella storia del Karnataka, durante un periodo di confusione e di frammentazione che invase il sud dell'India dopo la caduta dell'Impero di Vijayanagara. (it)
  • ケラディ・ナーヤカ朝(ケラディ・ナーヤカちょう、英語:Keladi Nayaka dynasty)とは、南インドのカルナータカ地方(現カルナータカ州)に存在したヒンドゥー王朝(15世紀末 - 1763年)。ナーヤカ朝の一つでもある。首都はケラディ、イッケーリ、ビダヌール。 (ja)
  • Nayakas of Keladi, also known as Nayakas of Bednore and Kings of Ikkeri (1499–1763), were an Indian dynasty based from Keladi in Shimoga district, Karnataka, India. They were an important ruling dynasty in post-medieval Karnataka. They initially ruled as a vassal of the famous Vijayanagar Empire. After the fall of the empire in 1565, they gained independence and ruled significant parts of Malnad region of the Western Ghats in present-day Karnataka, most areas in the coastal regions of Karnataka, and parts of northern Kerala, Malabar and the central plains along the Tungabhadra river. In 1763 AD, with their defeat to Hyder Ali, they were absorbed into the Kingdom of Mysore. They played an important part in the history of Karnataka, during a time of confusion and fragmentation that generally (en)
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  • Nayakas of Keladi (en)
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  • ケラディ・ナーヤカ朝 (ja)
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  • ಕೆಳದಿ ಸಂಸ್ಥಾನ (en)
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