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Mauryan Empire (300 BC - 232 BC)
The region around Hyderabad was under the Mauryan Empire in the third century B.C during the reign of Ashoka the Great. After the death of Ashoka ...
Satavahana dynasty (230 BC - 220 AD)
From the ruins of the Mauryas rose the Kingdom of Satavahanas, who were the feudatories to the Mauryans. Their empire was centered around Pratisth...
Andhra Ikshvaku Dynasty (225 AD - 325 AD)
With the decline of the Satavahanas power in 220 AD, the region came under the rule of the Andhra Ikshvaku dynasty, who made the town of Nagarjun...
The Middle Ages (325 AD - 1100 AD)
Pallavas of Kanchi were ruling the area by the end of third century AD( 325 AD to 400 AD) through their vassals who were Salankayanas. As Pallavas...
Kakatiyas of Warangal (1083 AD - 1323 AD)
The Kakatiyas who were the feudatory's of the Eastern Chalukyas became independent in about the 12th century and took over the Telugu-speaking are...
Struggle for Power (1323 AD - 1518 AD)
The wealth of Kakatiyas attracted the Delhi Sultante kings to Deccan region, and they attacked Warangal many times before being victorious in 1323...
Qutub Shahi Dynasty (1518 AD - 1687 AD)
In year 1518 Qutub Shahi dynasty was founded by Sultan Quli Qutub Shah, a Turkman who had migrated to Delhi and then to Deccan to serve the Bahama...
October Coup : A Memoir of the Struggle for Hyderabad
The Jewels of Nizam : Recipes from the Khansamas of Hyderabad
The Nizam who Wasn't: A Souvenir of Bella Vista
The Deodis of Hyderabad: A Lost Heritage
The Last Nizam: An Indian Prince In The Australian Outback
Hyderabad: A Biography
Lashkar : The Story of Secunderabad
Jewels of the Nizams
The Untold Charminar: Writings on Hyderabad
Hyderabad: The Power of Glory
The Jewels of the Nizam
The Asif Jahs of Hyderabad: Their rise and decline
Raja Deen Dayal - Prince of Photographers
The Nocturnal Court: The Life of a Prince of Hyderabad
Prince, poet, lover, builder, Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the founder of Hyderabad
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