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Veera Ballala II (Kannada: ವೀರ ಬಲ್ಲಾಳ 2) (r. 1173–1220 CE) was the most notable monarch of the Hoysala Empire. His successes against the Yadavas of Devagiri, the Southern Kalachuris, the Pandyas of Madurai and the waning Western Chalukya Empire, and his domination over the diminishing Cholas of Tanjore took the Hoysalas to their peak of power. The historian Chaurasia claims by the end of the 12th century, Ballala II's conquests had made the Hoysalas the most powerful dynasty of the Deccan. According to historian Derrett, Ballala II was "the most outstanding among Hoysala kings", and historian William Coelho in comparing Ballala II to King Vishnuvardhana writes, "he vied in glory with his grandfather".

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  • Vîra Ballâla II ou Veera Ballala II (Kannada : ವೀರ ಬಲ್ಲಾಳ) est le plus grand des monarques Hoysala. Fils de Narasimha Ier, il règne de 1173 à 1220. En 1193, il profite du déclin des Chalukya pour proclamer son indépendance.
  • Veera Ballala II (kannada: ವೀರ ಬಲ್ಲಾಳ; 1173 – 1220) è stato il più grande monarca dell’Impero Hoysala dell’India meridionale. Ciò è dimostrato dai suoi successi contro i Seuna, Kalachuri meridionali, Pandya e Kalyani Chalukya e Chola. Il suo regno vide anche una prolifica attività letteraria in lingua kannada. Patrocinò Ranna e Rudrabhatta. Durante i quarantasette anni di governo, il regno Hoysala si consolidò al punto da essere chiamato impero. Il tempio Kedareshwara a Halebidu e il tempio Amritheswara a Chikmagalur sono alcune importante opere architettoniche edificate in questo periodo.
  • Veera Ballala II (Kannada: ವೀರ ಬಲ್ಲಾಳ 2) (r. 1173–1220 CE) was the most notable monarch of the Hoysala Empire. His successes against the Yadavas of Devagiri, the Southern Kalachuris, the Pandyas of Madurai and the waning Western Chalukya Empire, and his domination over the diminishing Cholas of Tanjore took the Hoysalas to their peak of power. The historian Chaurasia claims by the end of the 12th century, Ballala II's conquests had made the Hoysalas the most powerful dynasty of the Deccan. According to historian Derrett, Ballala II was "the most outstanding among Hoysala kings", and historian William Coelho in comparing Ballala II to King Vishnuvardhana writes, "he vied in glory with his grandfather".
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