The battle of Talikota in 1565, which resulted in the end of the Vijayanagar Empire, also saw the Nayaks form their own kingdoms in Tanjore and Madurai. The cultural arts in Tanjore, which bloomed during the reign of the Cholas, grew further due to the encouragement of the Nayaks. The Nayaks were deeply influenced by the traditions of Vijayanagar and this in turn made them patrons of culture. They encouraged the development of Telugu literature in Tanjore, a Tamil region. Many Telugu artists in literature dance and music had made Tanjore their home.
In 90 AD Vedishri, son of the Satavahana king, Satakarni, the "Lord of Dakshinapatha, wielder of the unchecked wheel of Sovereignty", made Junnar, thirty miles north of Pune, the capital of his kingdom.The land of Maharashtra was also ruled by Kharavela, Western Satraps, Gupta Empire, Gurjara-Pratihara, Vakataka, Kadambas, Chalukya Empire, Rashtrakuta Dynasty, and Western Chalukya before Yadava rule In the early 14th century the Yadava dynasty, which ruled most of present-day Maharashtra, was overthrown by the Delhi Sultanate ruler, Ala-ud-din Khilji. Then Muhammad bin Tughluq occupied some parts of the Deccan, and he shifted capital from Delhi to Daulatabad in Maharashtra. He ruled this region up to 1347, later the local Bahmani Sultanate of Gulbarga took over this region under his control for next 150 years. Bahmani Sultanate was ended. And the religion of Bahamani Sultanate was run up to 1518.
Babur, which in Arabic means “Tiger”, original name Ẓahir al-Din Muḥammad. He was born on the 15th of February 1483 and died the 26th of December, 1530 in Agra [India]. He was the first Mughal emperor, hence the founder of the Mughal dynasty of India, and ruled for a short period from 1526 to 1530. A descendant of the Mongol conqueror Chinggis (Genghis) Khan and also of the Turkic conqueror Timur (Tamerlane), Babur was a military adventurer, a soldier of distinction, and a poet and diarist of genius, as well as a statesman. Babur is rightly considered the founder of the Mughal Empire, even though the work of amalgamating the empire was done by his grandson Akbar.
Ashoka was not only an able ruler but also brought along the quality of social justice to his already strong administration. Ashoka embraced Buddhism after the bloody conquest of kalinga (modern day Orissa) because he felt a sense of remorse. Thereafter tolerance,compassion, reverence for life and peaceful co-existence were the cornerstones of his administration. Under him the earliest bans on slavery and capital punishment came into place along with environmental regulations as well. King Ashoka made a lot of effort to spread Buddhism not only across his kingdom but also outside his Kingdom.
This temple is also known to place the Guruvayur idol in this temple when the Mysore King Tipu sultan extended his Kingdom towards the south Kerala. It is very beautifully located in the Ambalappuzha Town, Azhalapuzha District of Kerala State. Religious Significance The primary deity is Lord Sri Krishna. He is worshiped by all sects of Hinduism. He is the god of love and tranquility.
He was named after his grandfather Sheikh Zayed bin Khalifa Al Nahyan who ruled Abu Dhabi from 1855 to 1909. Besides, his interest in the history of the Arabian Peninsula, he also showed interest in Arabic poetry that not only provided him with the spirit of wisdom, which was one of his well-known virtues but also made him popular. He was known for his patience,
The poet was an imaginative thinker, while as Gandhi was a reflective thinker. Both were the worshippers of Satyam, Shivam and Sundram. The poet was known for his universality and his love for humanity. This came to know through his songs which he played during swadeshi movement in Bengal and Gandhi got inspired with these songs (Desai,
5.2 External Influences on the design The aim of this paragrapgh is to understand what triggered the architects Porden, Repton and Nash to design or transform an building in West-Europe into an Indian building. To be able to understand the transformation of the Royal Pavilion we need the find out what the the main influential source was during that time which triggered architects in England to use Indian architecture. In 1805 a Bengal civil servant Sir Charles Cockerell who had retired from India in 1800, decided to build his new house at Sezincote in Indian architecture style. As architect for his house he chose his younger brother, Samuel Pepys Cockerell. For his garden design Sir Charles Cockerell invited Humphry Repton, who was a leading architect in the revolution against classical architecture styles.
 In 1722 he established his court in Faizabad, near Lucknow. The Nawabs of Lucknow were in fact the Nawabs of Awadh for 125 years; Lucknow became the capital of their realm later. The style and culture of the court were redefined by the ruler, Asaf-Al-Daulah (1775-97). Traveller, Thomas Twinning wrote “Awadh court was at its most magnificent under Asaf Al-Daulah”  The treaty of 1801 formed an arrangement that was very beneficial to the Company. They were able to use Awadh 's vast treasuries.