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Around the basement of the temple, there are inscriptions in Kannada of which three relate to Vira Balla III or Balla III (1291-1343 A.D.), the penultimate Hoysala king of Dwarasamudra in Karnataka.
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Some Pandya kings were Kulasekara Pandya, Vira Wickrama Pandya, Parakrama Pandya, Sundara Pandya, and so on. Some Chera kings were Kulashekhara Varma, Rajashekhara Varma, Rama Varma Kulashekhara, Goda Ravi Varma, Bhaskara Ravi ...
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They had also imbibed royal Pandyan blood by assimilation through marriage with South Indian nobility of North Indian origin who arrived in the Kandyan kingdom during the reign of Sri Vira Parakrama Narendrasimha of Kundasale. ...

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