Has the South Indian kingdoms (eg.:The Cheras) have conqured?

Dear Student,

According to written history, the Chera administration was comprehensively partitioned into two stages. The Early Chera governed between the fourth century BC to fifth century AD and later Chera (otherwise called the Kulasekharas) were in power between the eighth and twelfth century AD.  The Chera administration (or C─ôra) was one of the primary genealogies in the early history of the current day provinces of Kerala and Tamil Nadu in southern India. Along with the Cholas of Uraiyur and the Pandyas of Madurai, the early Cheras were known as one of the three significant forces (muventar) of antiquated Tamilakam (a full scale area in south India) in the early hundreds of years of the Common Era. 

Cheras or Keralas of the Kongu nation are known to have controlled western Tamil Nadu and focal Kerala in early middle age period. Present-day focal Kerala likely segregated from Kongu Chera realm around eighth ninth century AD to frame the Chera Perumal realm (c. ninth twelfth century AD). The specific idea of the connections between the different parts of Chera rulers is to some degree indistinct. A portion of the significant lines of archaic south India - Chalukya, Pallava, Pandya, Rashtrakuta, and Chola - appears to have vanquished the Chera or Kerala country. Kongu Cheras seem to have been ingested into the Pandya political framework by tenth/eleventh century AD. Even after the disintegration of the Perumal realm, regal engravings and sanctuary awards, particularly from outside Kerala legitimate, kept on alluding the country and individuals as the "Cheras or Keralas". 

The leaders of Venad (the Venad Cheras or the "Kulasekharas"), based out of the port of Kollam in south Kerala, asserted their heritage from the Perumals. In the cutting edge time frame the leaders of Cochin and Travancore (in Kerala) likewise guaranteed the title "Chera".

Reagrds.

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Yes, Some of the major dynasties of medieval south India - Chalukya, Pallava, Pandya, Rashtrakuta, and Chola - seems to have conquered the Chera or Kerala country. Kongu Cheras appear to have been absorbed into the Pandya political system by 10th/11th century AD.
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Dear student,


Yes, Some of the major dynasties of medieval south India - Chalukya, Pallava, Pandya, Rashtrakuta, and Chola - seems to have conquered the Chera or Kerala country. Kongu Cheras appear to have been absorbed into the Pandya political system by 10th/11th century AD

Tanmayee
 
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