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The Hoysala Empire ruled part of southern India from 1000 to 1346. Their capital city was Belur. The Hoysala Empire is remembered today primarily for its architecture; surviving examples are found in the cities of Belur and Halebid.


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Hoysala Dynasty - Search View - MSN Encarta (374 words)
Under the Hoysalas, temple art in southern India reached its ornamental development, as exemplified by the renowned temple at Haleb─źd.
The demise of the Western Chalukyas allowed Hoysala King Ballala II (ruled 1173-1220) to greatly expand his influence to the north and east.
However, the Hoysalas continued to struggle for independence until their final leader was captured and executed in 1342.
Mahamasthakabhishekha.com - Heritage Of Shravanabelagola (2200 words)
Gangaraja was the prime minister and commander in chief of Vishnuvardhana the Hoysala king.
Shantaladevi the queen of the Hoysala king Vishnuvardhana (A.D. 1090-1141) showed adeption for the art of dance and she was a staunch follower of Jaina religion with a broad outlook.
Hoysalas role in the history of Shravanabelagola has remained immortal due to the advent of numerous Jinalayas after the installation of Lord Gommateshwara.
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