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Samsthanas in Hyderabad State

 

Study Guide of Samsthan’s in Hyderabad State

 

1) There were many Samasthanas in Hyderabad kingdom. Samsthanas were greater than Jagirs.

Gadwal Samasthan

2) Gadwal Samasthan was the oldest Samsthan situated between the rivers the Krishna and Tungabhadra. The Gadwal Samsthan ruled for nearly for 600 years

 

3) Gadwal Samsthan, 360 villages in this Samsthan. The borders of Gadwal Samsthan: Eastern side Alampur Taluk, on the South Tungabhadra river, Westside Raichur District and the Northern side the border was krishna river.

 

4) Gadwal samasthan had nearly 10 lakhs rupees was the income. The annual expenditure of the Samasthan was Rs.7,31,308.

 

5) The rulers of the Gadwal belong to Mustipalli dynasty and they were Pakanati Reddis. They followed Veera Vaishnava tradition. The construction of Gadwal fort started in 17th Century A.D. continued till the early period of 18th century.

 

6) Pudur was the fort capital of Gadwal Samsthan.

 

7) Pudur known as Keshavapuram. During the regime of Chalukyas, Pudur was popular. 

 

8) Polani Reddy alias Buddha Reddy was the founder of the Gadwal Samsthan. He was a great warrior and expert in war strategies. He was appointed as ruler of Manalibeludoni, Raichur, Alampuram Adavani, Aija, Mosalakallu by Kakatiya Ruler Pratapa Rudra.

 

9) During 1686-87, Polana Reddy descendants won the areas of Nandyala, Siriguppa, Ahobilam, Siddapuram, Bandi Atmakur, Sirivella and extended their Kingdom of Gadwal Samasthan. They had the titles of Nadagowda, Sir Nadagowda  

 

10) Raja Shobhanadri was the Munsab of Kontalapadu village in Kurnool District, Veera Reddy was his father.

 

11) Fort in Aija build by Raja Shobhanadri during the period of 1698-1705. He also constructed Ramalingeswara Temple in 1712. His regime lasted till the year of 1712. After Raja Shobhanadri, kalla Venkanna became the ruler of Gadwal Samsthan, ruled for 1719.

 

12) Queens of Raja Shobhanadri appointed Ramanaiah as care taker of the Samsthan in 1719 and continued upto 1724. After that the first wife of Raja Shobhanadri, Ammakkamma ruled till 1725. Later his 2nd wife Lingamma was the ruler of the Samsthan from 1725-1738.

 

13) Fort at Beechupalli was completed during Raja Tirumula Rao’s period. After him, his 1st wife Mangamma rulled the Samsthan for a short period in 1742. Later on his 2nd wife Rani Chokkamma ruled from 1742 to 1747.

 

14) Raja Rama Rao adopted Chokkamma, two sons Raja Chinna Soma Bhoopal, Raja Chinna Rama Bhoopal. Raja Rama Rao constructed Chenna Keshava Swamy Temple at Bethendla. He ruled between 1746-1762.

 

15) 3rd wife of Sitaram Bhupal, Rani Venkata Lakshmamma build keshavalaya Gopuram, Mahadwaram in 1849 A.D. She adopted the son of Venkatapuram Gomam Krishna Reddy’s son Ramana with permission from Nizam. She named him as Raja Ram Bhupal and made him the ruler.

 

16) Last ruler of Gadwal Samsthan was Maharani Adi Lakshmi Devamma. Her elder daughter got married to Domakonda king. During her regime, Gadwal Samsthan merged with Hyderabad state on September 17, 1948.

 

17) In Gadwal Samsthan ,Pedda soma Bhoopal has started the tradition of felicitating poets and singers in the month of Megha. Poets like Hari Bhattu, Kotikalapudi veera Reghava, Kanadam Peddana Somayaji were part of his court.

 

18) Kanadam Peddana Somayaji wrote Ramayana in the name of Bhadra Parinayam. He penned Balakanda of Ramayana.

 

19) Keeriti Venkatacharyulu wrote Sanskrit scriptures Alankara Koustubham, Bhava Shatakam, Jhunja marutam, Shringaralahari, Hayagreeva Dandakam. He also wrote a master piece Achalatmaja Parinayam.

 

20) Kama Samdram Appalacharyulu, had a title ‘Vidvatkavikunjara’. He wrote krishna leela tarangini, and Kishkinda Kanda in Ramayana.

 

21) Karnamadakala Ananthacharyulu wrote Acharya Vimshati, Andhra Shabda Chintamani, Madana Vijaya banam.

 

22) Kottapalli Ramachandra Charyulu had a title of ‘Vidvanmaha Kavi’. He wrote verse and interpretations of Ayodhya Kanda in Ramayana.

 

23) Gargyapuram Subba Shastri  had a title of Ubhaya Kavita Nissahaya Sahiti Dhureena. He wrote verse and interpretations of Aranyakanda in Ramayanam.

 

24) Hosadurgam Vedanthacharyulu was the Administrative officer of Gadwal Samsthan. He wrote Acharya Vaibhavam, Sri Krishna Brahma Tantraya Vedapadastavam.

 

25) Pullagummi Venkata Charyulu was the master of Raja Seetarama Bhoopala Rao. His writings: Alamkaravali, Adilakshmi Karnapuram, Andhra Vyakarana Sutravali.

 

26) Pullagummi Ahobila Charyulu  was an eminent Astrologer. His writings: Abhinavatidhi valli, Drksiddha Grahaganitam, Surya siddantasaaram.

 

27) Chetluri Narayana Charyulu  was the Scientific Officer of Gadwal Samsthan. He wrote a rhetoric writing Pratapa Rudreeyasaram.

 

28) Puranam Deekshacharyulu, his writings: Ramachampuvu, Ramanrupakarnapurnam, kavyotkarsha, Keshava Suprabhatam.

 

29) Puranam Narasimha Sastri, his writings: Sri Satyavaralakshmi Dhruva Charitram, Sri Rani Satyavaralakshmi Ramayanam, Tripurantaka Sthala Mahatyam.

 

30) Asipudi Prabhakara kavi  wrote Poundarikam. He dedicated it to Gadwal Chenna Keshavaswamy.

 

31) Pokuri Kashipathi was the court poet of Gadwal Queen Ranin Adilakshmamma. His writings: sarangadhareeya Nirdhostya Nirvachanam, Shuddandhra Harish chandropakyanadyanakendra.

 

32) Peddamandadi Venkata Krishna Kavi wrote Nirvachana Bhakti Vijayam, Maruti Vilasam, Gadwal Samsthan Charitram, Reddykula Nirnayachandrika, keshava Vilasam.

 

33) Sri Rama Narasimha Murthy Kavulu, these twin poets were part of prince Krishna Bhoopala’s court. Their writings are Nirupamana Deeksha, Sri Madhandra Bhagavatam.

 

34) Sri Dharmavaram Krishnamacharyulu had title of Andhra Nataka Pitamaha by Gadwal rulers. He wrote many books.

Wanaparthy Samsthan

35) First capital of  Wanaparthy Samsthan rulers was Nuguru. In the earlier it was known as Nuguru Samsthan. The first ruler of the Samsthan, Ramakrishan Rao shifted his capital to Wanaparthy, and then on wards it came to known as Wanaparthy Samsthan.

 

36) The surname of Samsthan rulers was “Janumpally”. They belong to Moati Reddy caste. The founder of the Samsthan was veera Krishna Bhoopatai Reddy alias Veera Krishna Reddy. They belong to Penubala Gotram 

 

37) Veerakrishna Reddy was native of Janumpally of Nandyala Taluk in Kurnool District.

 

38)  Venkata Reddy went with army and occupied Nellore, Udayagiri forts and handed over to Nawab.

 

39) Gopala Rayalu is the son of Venkata Reddy. He had a title of Bahiri.

 

40) Delhi sultan given title of Sawai to Venkata Reddy.  

 

41) Ramakrishna Rao-1 was the famous leader of Wanaparthy Samsthan.

 

42) In 1817, Ramakrishna Rao got the title Raja Bahadur from Nizam. Ramakrishna Rao moved the capital of his Samsthan from Nuguru to Wanaparthy.

 

43)  Nizam Government in 1861 given Sword, Gun and Rifle to Raja Rameshwara Rao for impressive administration

 

44) After death of Raja Rameshwara Rao’s, Rameshwara Rao-II was next leader of the Samsthan.

 

45) Raja Rameshwara Rao had two children. The elder son was Sri Krishnadeva Raya wedded Sarala Devi, younger girl of Munagala ruler Raja Venkata Ranga Rao. Second child Sri Ramadeva Raya wedded Kumudini Devi, younger daughter of Pingali Venkata Ramareddy.

 

46) Raja Bahari Gopalarayalu had a title of Asta Basha Kavi. Some perosns calls him as Asta Basha Gopala Raya. His works: Ramachandrodayam, Sringara Manjari Banam.

 

47) Veera Raghavacharyulu was court artist of Wanaparthy Samsthan. In 1770, he composed Veera Raghaveeya Vyakya to Sanskrit Bhagavatam.

 

48) Akshintala Subba Sastri was an inhabitant of Recherla Town amid 19th Century. He composed Bhashyardha Ratnamala. 

 

49) Singampalli Narasimha Siddhanti was an extraordinary Celestial prophet. He composed a book named Peddamandadi Chennakesava Satatkam and Rameshwara Vijayam.

 

50) Sannidhanam Suryanarayan Sastri devoted his Khanda Kavyam puvvula thota to the Wanaparthy ruler  Sri Krishnadevaraya. Krishna Devaraya’s wife, Sarala Devi helped in the distribution of this book.

Atmakuru Samsthan

51) Atmakuru Samsthan in Mahboob Nagar Region was once known as Amarachinta Samsthan. Main capital of the samsthan was Tivudampalli, in last as Atmakur.

 

52) Atmakuru had a place with Pakanati Reddy lane. They were called as Mukkera. Mukkera was the surname of the leaders of this Samsthan. Gopala Reddy was the originator of these rulers.

 

53) Chinna Gopi Reddy was son of Gopal Reddy. He turned into the leader of Atmakur Samsthan. In 1363, he got the Sarnadha Gowda Watan district of Panchamahal Taluk from Katabhupala as sanad.

 

54) After Gopi Reddy, Sarva Reddy turned into the leader of the samsthan.

 

55) Grandson of Timma Reddy, Saheb Reddy helped Asaf Jahi rulers in the Carnatic wars and got Sawai title from them.

 

56) Pedda venkata Reddy was the 7th generation of Saheb Reddy-II. He was contemporary to Asaf Jahi ruler Sikander Jha.

 

57) Pedda Venkata Reddy hadAmarachinta and Veddemanu Paraganas. He moved his capital from Tivudampalli to Atmakur town.

 

58) After Pedda Venkata Reddy, his son Balakrishna Reddy turned into the ruler. After him his son Soma Bhoopal Rao got Amarachinta, Vaddemanu Paragannasas.  

 

59) Raja Sitarama Bhoopal Rao was the son of Soma Bhoopal.

 

60) During 1760 period, Surapuram Keshavaiah was prominent poet and artist of Atmakur Samsthan. . He composed Niroshtya Ramayanam and devoted it to the leader of Atmakur Sri Raja Somabhoopal.

 

61) Tirumala Bukkapatnam Srinivasa Charyulu had titles Tarka teertha, Balasaraswati. His works: Lekshmana Parinayam, Nidurashwatta Mahatyam, Sri Ranga Mahastava Varnamalika, Satyanarayana vratakalpam.

 

62) Haithi Deedsha Charyulu  compositions were Alankara Manimala Acharya Vimshati, Mahantharlapamala.

 

63) Arishanapalamu Venkatadwari composed Laxmi Sahasra Vyakhyanam. Some of important writers of Samsthan were Tirumala Venkatacharyulu, Tirumala Bukkapatnam Butucchi Venkatacharyulu, Mudigonda Nagalinga Sastri, Tirumala Bukapatnam Krishna Deshikacharyulu, and so on


64) Sastry son Deekshitula composed Chenchu natika, Hanumath charitra.

 

65) On order of Amarachinta, Karyamapudi Rajamannaru composed Sri Sitarama Bhoopala vilasam.

Jataprolu Samsthan

66) Jataprolu Samsthan was a piece of Mahboob Nagar. it had 9 towns with a zone of 191 Sq. Miles. The yearly wage of the Samsthan was 2 lakh rupees. The leaders of this Samsthan were satraps of vijayanagar rulers, Golconda sultans and Asaf Jahis.

 

67) Sarvangyasinga Boopala Surabhi was the organizer of padmanayanka Administration.  Surabhi Madhava Rayulu composed Chandrika Parinayam.

 

68) Next successors of Surabhi Madhava Raya got the Jataprolu Samsthan as ‘Sanad’ from Golconda king, Abdulla Qutub Shah in 1650.

 

69) Jataprolu was the capital of Surabhi till the administration of Surabhi Laxmana Raya. Laxmana Rayalu moved the capital in 1840 from Jataprolu to Kollapur. 

 

70) Raja Lexmana Rao son Laxmi Jagannadha Rao ruled the Kollapur Samsthan from 1851 to 1854.

 

71) Madhava Rayulu and his son Narsing Rao were eminent scholars. He composed ‘Kshatrakhelanam’. Narsing Rao composed ‘Shudrasmriti’.


72)Veera Raghava Kavi composed ‘Madhura Vani Vilasam’.

 

73) Akshintala Singara Sastri: His works: Annapurnastakam, Dwadasha Manjari, Bhaskara Khandam, Srisaila Mallikarjuna Ratnapanchakam.

 

74) Yunayavalli Krishnamacharyulu composed Astaprasarama satakam in Sanskrit, Niroshtya Krishna Satakam, Jataka Chandrika Vyakya, Rasagyanandam, and Sri Krishna Champuvu.

 

75) Vellala Sadashiva sastri on the requests of the Samsthan ruler Surabhi Laxmaraya,  composed a best critique on the Chandrika Parinayanam composed by Surabhi Madhava Rayalu.


76) Vellala Sadashiva sastri others works: Kavyalankara Sangraha vimarshanam, Andhra dasharupaka vimarshanam, veerabhadriya Khandanam, Velugoti Vamsha Charitra Surabhi Vamsha Charitra, Kanteerava Charitra, Ramachandra Charitra, Namireddy Charitra, Yatininda Nirakanaram, Ramanuja Gopala Vijayam and etc

 

77) Sridhara Krishna Sastri  composed Sri Rama Mandahasam.

 

78) Hosadurgam Krishnamacharyulu works: Laxmi Vilasa Champuvu, Madanagopala Mahatyam.


Papannapet Samsthan

79) Papannapeta Samsthan was the most established in the Nizam State. This Samsthan was built up amid the administration when Feroze Shah Tughlaq was Delhi Sultan.

 

80) The rulers of the Papannapet Samsthan have build forts at Sangareddy, Velamakanne, Ramayampet. The brother of Sadashiva Reddy ruled the Potlacheruvu Samsthan. Narasimha Reddy was the son of Sadashiva Reddy. The rulers of Papannapet Samsthan had a title Char Hazar.

 

81) During the early 20th century, Papannapet Samsthan was ruled by Raja Venakata Durga Reddy.

 

82) Rani Venkata Laxmamma Sardesai was a great poet. She wrote poetry Mannasa Bodha.

Feelkhana Shankara Rayakavi was the court poet of the Papannape Samsthan. He wrote Sugnana by Deepa Guru Geethas. Laxmana Sastri wrote Medak Samsthandheeswara Chaitra.


Domakonda Samsthan

83) Domakonda Samsthan was part of Nizamabad. Initially it called as Bikkavolu Samsthan. 

 

84) Rajanna Chowdhary has shifted the capital from Bikkavolu to Kamareddypeta. His Son Rajeshwara Rao has shifted it from Kamareddypeta to Domakonda. From then it came to be known as Domakonda Samsthan.

 

85) The rulers of the Samsthan were Pakanati Reddis, close relatives of Gadwal and Atmakur rulers. As they belonged to Kaminedu dynastry, they were called as Kamineni. Rachulla was their Gotra. Bikkavolu Siddarameshwara was their presiding deity.

 

86) In AD 1636, Kama Reddy got Domakonda Samsthan as Sanad from Golconda Rulers.

 

87) Malla Reddy was a great devotee. Many villages were build on his name- Yella Reddy, Macha Reddy, Kamareddy, Jangampalli  

 

88) China Kamireddy, Son of Yella Reddy had a title Deshmukh. His Grandson Pota Reddy had the title Desai. His son Rajanna Chowdhary shifted the capital from bikkavolu to Kaamareddy.

 

89) After Rajanna Chowdhary, his son Rajeshwara Rao-I came to into the rule. He moved his capital from Kamareddy to Domakonda 

 

90) Raja Ramachandra Rao, son of Raja Umapati was the leader of Domakonda amid 1927. The last leader of the Samsthan was Raja Someshwara Rao.

 

91) Raja Ramachandra Rao married the daughter of Gadwal Ruler 

 

92) Pattametta Somanatha Somayaji was court poet of Kamareddy. His compositions were Sootasamhita, Brahmottara Khandam, Vishista Andhrokti.

 

93) Lakshmipathi works: Sri Krishna Vilasam, Acharya Vijayam, Sri Madhupakyonam, Neela Vivaham.

 

94) Adipudi Prabhakara kavi: He worte Umapaabhyudayam on the directions of Domakonda ruler. It had 286 writing and verse. Kamineni tradition history was composed in.

 

95) Seshadri Ramana Kavulu and Domakonda court poet Pedda Mandadi Venkata Krishna Kavi composed Reddy Kula Nirnaya Chandrika.

 

Munagala Samsthan

96) Munagala Samsthan was called as Munagala Zamindari and Munagala Paragana. This is a most established Samsthan. It is in Nandigama Taluk of krishna Area. 

 

97) Munagala Samsthan was around 100 Sq. Miles. Amid the last leaders of Kakaiyas, Rudrama Devi and Pratapa Rudra, the Armed force boss of the Munagala Samsthan, Mukundappa, Surappa and Narasanna were extremely prevalent.

 

98) Munagala Samsthan rulers had the title of “Jabdatulakran”.

 

99) Venkata Narasimha Rao helped the British during time of 1802 and got Sanade Malkiyat and Istemirar. After Venkata Narasimha Rao, his child Kondanda Ramaiah turned into the leader of Munagala Samasthan. 

 

100) Raja Venkata Ranga Rao had two children. elder son Ramakrishna Reddy, younger one Gopala Krishna Reddy. Daughter was Sarala Devi. She married Wanaparty ruler Raja Krishnadeva Raya. In 1947, Munagala Samasthan was converged into Madras state. Raja Venkata Ranga Rao died in 1958.

 

101) Varada Raja Nandikeshwara Kavi works were Shivatatva Sudhanidhi, Sethu Mahatyam, Rameshwara Kshetra Mahatyam.

 

102) Komarraja Ramalinga Kavi works were Veerabhadra Satakam, Srigiri Malleswara Saatakam, Veerabhadra Karunya Nidhi.

 

103) Komarraju Venkata Shivudu composed Repala Rajalinga Satakam. There were 127 Seesa lyrics in it.

 

104) Komarraju Venkata Lakshmana Rao was the diwan of Munagala Samasthan. He buildVignana Chandrika Grantha Mandali. He modified Andhra Vignana Sarvasvam.

 

Paloncha Samasthan

105) Paloncha in present day is Khammam area, was known as Shankaragiri Samasthan. This Samasthan was about 800 Sq.Miles. 

 

106) Rekapalli, Bhadrachalam were the parts of Shakaragiri Samasthan. 

 

107) Polancha, Bhadrachalam, Ashwaraopet were the capitals of Ashwarao’s descendants.   

 

108) The leaders of Polancha Samasthan who were the descendants of Padmanayaka dyansty worked under Kakatiya Pratapa Rudra as Armed force Chief and Calvary heads. During 1324, Appanna was the leader of Shankaragiri and Husnabad.

 

109) In 1796, Venkata Rama Narasimha Apparao got the title of Raja Bahadur and Sawai Munsabdar


110) Srinathuni Venkata Rama Kavi composed the books “Sri Rama Pattabishekam” or “Ashwaraya Chatitra”. Raja Parthasarathi Appa rao had a title Sahitya Visharada. Sri Kottapalli Venkatarama Lakshmi Narayana Sharma was his court poet.


119) Sri Raja Vijaya Apparao was patron of Andhra Vangmaya Samithi established in Burgampadu and Paloncha. Sri Kottapali Venkataramalakshmi Narayana Sharma composed Paloncha Samasthan Charitra.

 

Boravelli Samasthan

120) Boravelli Samasthan was most popular samsthans of Telangana. The leaders of the Samasthan were Pakanati Reddy’s, belongs to Middimalla Gothram. Their surname was Mushtipalli. Polukanti Smeshwar was their god diety. This Samasthan merged with Gadwal after some time 


121) The main leader of Boravelli Samasthan was Nadagoudu Tamma Reddy. He controlled Aija area with Boravelli as capital. His Wife was Machamma. Nalla Reddy was his son. Nalla Reddy had 2 wives Mallamba and Timmamba.

 

122) Venkata Reddy composed Raghavabyudayam.

 

123) Raja Thirumala Rao ruled Boravelli from the time of 1738 – 1742.

 

124) After death of Raja Thirumala Rao, his wife Chokkamma ruled the kingdom from 1742–1747.

 

125) Garudachala Kavi wrote “Kausaleya Charitram”.


126) Veera Raghava Kavi wrote “Madhura Vani Vilasan”.


127) Sanjeeva Kavi wrote “Chandragadopakyanam”.

 

Mock Test MCQ Questions Hyderabad Samsthanas

 

1) Which is oldest of all Samsthanas in Telangana region?

a) Gadwal

b) Wanaparthy Samasthan

c) Amarachintha Samasthan

d) None of the above

a) Gadwal

 

2) Gadwal samsthan was situated is situated between the Rivers of?

a) Krishna and Godavari

b) Godavari and Kaveri

c) Krishna and Tungabhadra

d) None of the above

c) Krishna and Tungabhadra

 

3) Gadwal Samsthan was separated from the Raichur district and joined ____district.

a) Warangal

b) Mahbubnagar

c) Adilabad

d) Both a and b

b) Mahbubnagar

 

4) The Gadwal Samsthan ruled for nearly for ____ years?

a) 400 years

b) 800 years

c) 500 years

d) 600 years

d) 600 years

 

5) This Gadwal Samsthan was merged in Andhra Pradesh state in the year of?

a) 1925

b) 1955

c) 1957

d) 1956

d) 1956

 

6) Garudachala Kavi wrote ?

a) Kausaleya Charitram

b) Madhura Vani Vilasan

c) Chandragadopakyanam

d) All of the above

a) Kausaleya Charitram

 

7) There were _____ number of villages in Gadwal Samsthan?

a) 450

b) 500

c) 360

d) 250

c) 360

 

8) Eastern border of Gadwal Samasthan is _____?

a) Alampur Taluk

b) Tungabhadra River

c) Raichur district

d) Warangal district

a) Alampur Taluk

 

9) The rulers of the Gadwal belong to ____ dynasty?

a) Mughal Dynasty

b) Mustipalli Dynasty

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

b) Mustipalli Dynasty

 

10) _______ tradition was followed by Pakanati Reddy’s.

a) Saiva

b) Veera Vaishnava

c) Both a and b

d) None

b) Veera Vaishnava

 

11) Construction of Gadwal fort was started in ______ Century.

a) 15th Century AD

b) 16th Century AD

c) 17th Century AD

d) 18th Century AD

c) 17th Century AD

 

12)_______ was the fort capital of Gadwal Samsthan.

a) Pudur

b) Raichur

c) Keshavapuram

d) None of the mentioned

a) Pudur

 

13) Gadwal was earlier called as _____?

a) Gadvalari

b) Gadavala

c) Gadvalapuram

d) Both a and b

b) Gadavala

 

14) ______ was the founder of the Gadwal Samsthan.

a) Polani Reddy-

b) Sidda Rao

c) Rani Venkata Lakshmamma

d) Raja Tirumala Rao

a) Polani Reddy

 

15) Raja Shobhanadri was the Munsab of ____ village in Kurnool District?

a) Peddapalli

b) Kontalapadu

c) Both a and b

d) None

b) Kontalapadu

 

16) Raja Shobhanadri built a fort in Aija during the period of _____?

a) 1698-1705

b) 1699-1706

c) 1710-1785

d) 1654-1695

a) 1698-1705

 

17) ______ was the last ruler of Gadwal Samsthan.

a) Raja Bhairava

b) Raja Tirumala Rao

c) Maharani Adi Lakshmi Devamma

d) Rani Venkata Lakshmamma

c) Maharani Adi Lakshmi Devamma

 

18) Kanadam Peddana Somayaji wrote Ramayana in the name of _____?

a) Bhadra Parinayam

b) Maha Parijaatam

c) Rama Vilaasam

d) None of the above

a) Bhadra Parinayam

 

19) Keeriti Venkatacharyulu wrote _____ Sanskrit scriptures from the following.

a) Alankara Koustubham

b) Bhava Shatakam

c) Jhunja marutam

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

 

20) Kama Samdram Appalacharyulu had a title of?

a) Vidvatkavikunjara

b) Mahakavirajasri

c) Mahadevaraja

d) None

a) Vidvatkavikunjara

 

21) Acharya Vimshati wrote ?

a) Kama Samdram Appalacharyulu

b) Keeriti Venkatacharyulu

c) Karnamadakala Ananthacharyulu

d) None of the above

c) Karnamadakala Ananthacharyulu

 

22) _______ was the Administrative officer of Gadwal Samasthan.

a) Hosadurgam Vedanthacharyulu

b) Mahakavirajasri

c) Kama Samdram Appalacharyulu

d) None of the above

a) Hosadurgam Vedanthacharyulu

 

23) Asipudi Prabhakara kavi wrote Poundarikam and he dedicated it to whom among the following?

a) Raja Shobhanadri

b) Raja Tirumala Rao

c) Raja Chinna Somabhupal

d) Gadwal Chenna Keshavaswamy

d) Gadwal Chenna Keshavaswamy

 

24) Gopala Rayalu is the son of?

a) Venkata Reddy

b) Raja Chinna Saomabhupal

c) Ramabhupal Raja

d) Raja Shobhanadri

a) Venkata Reddy

 

25) Whom among the following had a title of Bahiri?

a) Venkata Reddy

b) Raja Chinna Saomabhupal

c) Ramabhupal Raja

d) Gopala Rayalu

d) Gopala Rayalu

 

26) Delhi sultan has given a title Sawai to whom among the following?

a) Venkata Reddy

b) Raja Chinna Saomabhupal

c) Ramabhupal Raja

d) Gopala Rayalu

a) Venkata Reddy

 

27) Atmakuru Samsthan in Mahboob Nagar District was earlier known as _____?

a) Amarachinta Samsthan

b) Athmapuram Samasthan

c) Both a and b

d) None

a) Amarachinta Samsthan

 

28) Atmakuru belonged to _____ dynasty?

a) Pakanati Reddy

b) Mughal Dynasty

c) Asafjahis Dynasty

d) None of the mentioned

a) Pakanati Reddy

 

29) After Gopi Reddy who became the ruler of the samasthan.

a) Sarva Reddy

b) Gopala Reddy

c) Venkata Reddy

d) Keshava Reddy

a) Sarva Reddy

 

30) Son of Raja Laxmana Rao, Laxmi Jagannadha Rao has ruled the Kollapur Samsthan from the period of ____?

a) 1851 to 1854

b) 1854 to 1859

c) 1859 to 1872

d) 1847 to 1850

a) 1851 to 1854

 

31) Sridhara Krishna Sastri wrote ______?

a) Sri Rama Mandahasam

b) Bhava Shatakam

c) Jhunja marutam

d) All of the above

a) Sri Rama Mandahasam

 

32) During the early 20th century, Papannapet Samsthan was ruled by whom among the following?

a) Gopala Reddy

b) Raja Venakata Durga Reddy

c) Keshava Reddy

d) None among the following

b) Raja Venakata Durga Reddy

 

33) Sridhara Krishna Sastri wrote ____?

a) Sri Rama Mandahasam

b) Bhava Shatakam

c) Jhunja marutam

d) All of the above

a) Sri Rama Mandahasam

 

34) Papannapeta Samsthan was the oldest in the _____State?

a) Telangana

b) Nizam

c) Maharastra

d) None of the above

b) Nizam

 

35) ____ among the following was Haithi Deedsha Charyulu writings.

a) Alankara Manimala

b) Acharya Vimshati

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

36) Garudachala Kavi wrote ____?

a) Sri Rama Mandahasam

b) Bhava Shatakam

c) Jhunja marutam

d) Kausaleya Charitram

d) Kausaleya Charitram

 

37) After the death of Raja Thirumala Rao who ruled the kingdom from 1742 – 1747?

a) Raja Gopala Reddy

b) Chokkamma

c) Rani Venkata Lashmamma

d) Raja Chinna Somabhupal

b) Chokkamma

 

38) Raja Thirumala Rao ruled Boravelli from the period of ____?

a) 1742 to 1755

b) 1740 to 1745

c) 1745 to 1755

d) 1738 to 1742

d) 1738 to 1742

 

39) Rulers of _____ Samasthan were the descendents of Padmanayaka dynasty.

a) Gadwal

b) Wanaparthy

c) Polancha

d) None

c) Polancha

 

40) Raja Ramachandra Rao, son of Raja Umapati was the ruler of Domakonda during the year of ___?

a) 1925

b) 1926

c) 1927

d) 1928

c) 1927

 

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