His sons Kirtivarman I (567-598 AD) and his brother Mangalesha (598-610 AD) constructed the cave temples. Vatapi was the capital of the Early Chalukyas, who ruled much of Karnataka, Maharashtra, parts of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh between the 6th and 8th centuries.
Kirtivarman I strengthened Vatapi and had three sons Pulakeshin II, Vishnuvardhana and Buddhavarasa, who at his death were minors, thus making them ineligible to rule, so Kirtivarman I's brother Mangalesha took the throne and tried to establish rule, only to be killed by Pulakeshin II who ruled between 610 A. The greatest among them was Pulakeshin II (610-642 AD) who defeated many kings including the Pallavas of Kanchipuram.
"It stated that 20 gold coins were donated for maintaining a water body there.
Search Partner Online Hubli Dating is a 100% free dating service where you can search a whole catalog of Hubli singles, complete with personality profiles and photos.TIRUVANNAMALAI: An inscription, over 1,100 years old, was found at the Sri Arunachaleswarar temple in Tiruvannamalai.A member of the Tiruvannamalai Heritage Foundation, a forum working on the documentation, conservation and awareness of the environment and heritage of Tiruvannamalai district, found the inscription on the floor of the third prakaram of the temple recently.This inscription dates back to 890 AD, he said, adding, "It was written during the 19th year of Aditya 1 Chola's (871 AD to 911 AD) reign. The archaeological department and temple administration should take necessary steps to preserve the inscription." Confirming that the seven line inscription belonged to the Chola-Pallava transition period, a retired archaeologist of Tamil Nadu Archaeological department said that the name of Bana chieftain, Vayirameganar, one of the titles of the Pallava King, was mentioned in the inscription.It also indicated that Tiruvannamalai was then known as 'Tiruvanna Naattu' and it was one of the Sathurvethi mangalam.