- Expressions, Definition.
- 'Kiss My Foot,' Said the King: Firearms, Diplomacy, and the Battle for
- Jan 8, 2008 called 'Raichur Doab'—which lies between the Tungabhadra and Doab's economic resources.
- aitefacts (Neolithic ﬂakes) from Lingsugur in the Raichur Doab by one Primrose in. I842 (Allchin I960).
- History Book_L11
- doms over the control of Raichur doab which was the land between rivers Krishna and Tungabhadra. This area was fertile and rich in mineral resources.
- Krishnadeavaraya was a talented army commander and an expert statesman
- The ruler of Bijapur, Yusuf Adilkhan had occupied Raichur Doab. Praudha Devaraya followed the policy of religious tolerance of his predecessors. He built a mosque in the capital city.
Raichur Doab is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Raichur Doab books and related discussion.