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    • These rebellions—which coincided with the Indian Rebellion of 1857—were led by Mundargi Bhimarao, Bhaskar Rao Bhave, the Halagali Bedas, Raja Venkatappa Nayaka and others.Karnataka-Wikipedia
    • According to one version of history, Chennapattanam, now called Chennai (Madras), was named after Damarla Chennapa Nayakadu, Nayaka of Kalahasti and Vandavasi, and father of Raja Venkatappa Nayaka, from whom the English acquired the town in 1639.Vandavasi-Wikipedia
    • Surapura was the land of the famous prince of Surapura aasthana, Raja Venkatappa Nayaka, the young rebel freedom fighter against British rule.Shorapur-Wikipedia
    • About 1850, Meadows Taylor was appointed by the Nizam's government to administer, during a long minority, the principality of the young Raja Venkatappa Nayaka He succeeded without any European assistance in raising this small territory to a high degree of prosperity.Philip Meadows Taylor-Wikipedia

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