Chera, Chola and Pandya Dynasty in Bengali

Chera, Chola and Pandya Dynasty in Bengali

The Cholas had tremendous impact on India, particularly southern India’s Tamil-speaking parts

Many Hindu temples, including the Temple of Thanjavur and the Cholapuram Temple of Gangaikonda, were constructed by the Chola rulers.

The most famous ruler of the Cholas was Karikala, who established a capital called Puhar (Kaveri Patnam) on the banks of the river Kaveri

It was famous for its cotton trade. The earliest Chola king was Ellora, who conquered Sri Lanka and ruled there for five hundred years.

A woman founded the Panda Dynasty. This woman founder was the patron of the Sangam Conference in the capital Madurai on the banks of the Vaigai River.

Who were Chera Cholas and Pandyas?

The three ruling empires of Tamil India Pandya, Chera and Chola fought for supremacy in South India and Sri Lanka.