Monday, 2 January 2012

KALINGA CASTE HISTORY


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  1. proud to be under this clan...! now i realize why I'm people find me unique, special force among many, its in my blood.

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  2. Good know the kalinga history (Our History) ... i want to know about ashokha and kalinga yuddham... !

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  3. Fine but I can't read Telugu, why don't it be written also in English

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  4. The main reasons for invading Kalinga were both political and economic.[5] Since the time of Ashoka's father, King Bindusara, the Mauryan Empire based in Magadha was following a policy of territorial expansion. Kalinga was under Magadha control during the Nanda rule,[6] but regained independence with the beginning of the rule of the Mauryas. That was considered a great setback for the traditional policy of territorial expansion of the Magadhan emperors and was considered to be a loss of political prestige for the Mauryas merely imperative to reduce Kalinga to complete subjection. To this task Ashoka must have set himself as soon as he felt he was securely established on the throne.[7] The war began in the 8th year of Ashoka's reign, probably in 261 BC. Ashoka's grandfather Chandragupta had previously attempted to conquer Kalinga, but had been repulsed. After a bloody battle for the throne after Bindusara's death, Ashoka tried to annex Kalinga. Ashoka was successful only after a savage war, whose consequences changed Ashoka's views on war and led him to pledge never to wage a war of conquest. It is said that in the aftermath of the Battle of Kalinga the Daya River running next to the battle field turned red with the blood of the slain; more than 150,000 Kalinga warriors and about 100,000 of Ashoka's own warriors were among those slain.

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  5. KALINGAS IN MAHABHARATHA
    Bhima slew Kalinga king Srutayush and other Kalinga heroes
    The battle of Kalingas is mentioned at various places (6-17,56,70,71,88,118), (7-4,7,11,20,44,72,90,118,138,152,191) (8-5,8,17,22) (9,33). The prominent among them was their battle with Pandava Bhima, which proved fatel to all the Kalinga heroes. (6-53,54), (8,70)

    Then king Duryodhana urged the ruler of the Kalingas supported by a large division, for the protection of Bharadwaja’s son, Drona. Then that terrible and mighty division of the Kalingas rushed against Bhima. And then commenced a fierce battle between the Kalingas and the high-souled Bhima. (6,53).

    The mighty king of the Kalingas, Srutayush, accompanied by a large army advanced towards Bhima’s car. The ruler of the Kalingas with many thousands of cars, supported by Ketumat, the son of the king of the Nishadas, with 10000 elephants and the Nishada army, surrounded Bhimasena, on all sides. Then the Chedis, the Matsyas, and Karushas, with Bhimasena at their head, with many kings impetuously rushed against the Nishadas. Terrific was the collision that took place between the few and many, between the Chedis on the one side and the Kalingas and the Nishadas on the other. The Chedis, abandoning Bhima, turned back. But Bhima, encountering all the Kalingas, did not turn back. Bhima, staying on his car whose steeds had been slain, hurled at Sakradeva, the son of the Kalinga King Srutayush, a mace made of the hardest iron. And slain by that mace, the son of the ruler of the Kalingas, from his car, fell down on the ground, with his standard and charioteer. Later he slew Bhanumat, the prince of Kalingas, by ascending the back of his elephant and cutting his body in half, with sword. Bhima drawing his bow slew the ruler of the Kalingas, Srutayush, with seven shafts made wholly of iron. And with two shafts he slew the two protectors of the car-wheels of the Kalinga King. And he also dispatched Satyadeva and Satya. (6,54)

    A Kalinga ruler other than Srutayush, lead the Kalinga army, during the rest of the days in battle. (7-7,90)
    Two brothers Kalinga and Vrishaka were mentioned as slain in battle at (8,5)
    A Kalinga king is mentioned to be slain at (11,25)

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  6. Do you know why Duryodhana is a familiar name among Kalingas,
    Rajapura was the capital of Kalinga king Chitrangada. Duryodhana's wife was the daughter of Chitrangada. He abducted the Kalinga princess with the help of his friend Karna. Kamboja Kingdom also had its capital named as Rajapura.

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  7. Very nice to know about us, great job.

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  8. Nice and very great jab sir....All the best my kalinga's kings...

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  10. Very happy to know many details about Kalinga n always feel proud about our hardworking nature ,dedication,efficiency n effective ness in discharge of our duties.

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  11. Very happy to know many details about Kalinga n always feel proud about our hardworking nature ,dedication,efficiency n effective ness in discharge of our duties.

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  12. Kalinga caste Google search lo temple priests and c ultivators ani undi. ...are we Brahmins ? And also since our gotras are also same as Brahmins ....Please clarify !

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  13. I'm kalinga community... I'm in chittoor

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  15. IAM PROUD OF KALINGA...

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