The Hindu Heritage

Srinivasan, L. K.
September 1983
Marg: A Magazine of the Arts;1983, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p31
The article discusses the Hindu heritage in Karnataka, India. The region has a rich cultural heritage which is vividly exemplified in her architectural edifices, sculptures, fine arts and literature. The region experienced political stability, social solidarity, economic prosperity and above all a remarkable religious tolerance on the part of its rulers through the ages. After the Mauryas, the Satavahanas ruled the region for almost five centuries. The Kadambas replaced the Satavahanas, ruled for almost two hundred years with Banavasi as their capital.


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