Gurijala Nayakas were a Kamma clan who ruled Ramagiri Fort as capital during 14th and 15th centuries. Most famous of this clan was king Gurijala Muppa Bhupathi. He patronised famous poet Madiki Singana.[1][2]

Gurijala Dynasty
1325 A. D.–1433 A. D.
Ramagiri Fort
Ramagiri Fort
CapitalRamagiri Fort
Common languagesTelugu
Historical eraMedieval India
• Established
1325 A. D.
• Disestablished
1433 A. D.
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kakatiya dynasty
Delhi Sultanate
Musunuri Nayaks
Bahamani Sultanate

References edit

  1. ^ Sōmaśēkharaśarma, Mallampalli (27 June 2018). "A Forgotten Chapter of Andhra History: History of the Musunūri Nāyaks". Printed at the Ananda Press – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Chattopadhyay, Brajadulal (27 June 1977). Coins and Currency Systems in South India, C. A.D. 225-1300. Munshiram Manoharlal. ISBN 9788121502665 – via Google Books.