The dynasty's founder was Samanta Sena. After him came Hemanta Sena who usurped power and styled himself king in 1095 AD. His successor Vijaya Sena (ruled from 1096 AD to 1159 AD) helped lay the foundations of the dynasty, and had an unusually long reign of over 60 years.
Which of the following revolts during Aurangzeb's period had a peasant agrarian background?
Satnamis, who were actually Hindus rebelled against Aurangzeb in 1672. Their leader was Birbhan. Satnamis lived in the region around Delhi. Satnamis fought with courage but they were defeated by the imperial army of Mughals and crushed to death. Jats also rebelled against Aurangzeb under the leadership of local Zamindar Gokala. They were never subdued completely and continued to resist the Mughal rule and when Aurangzeb died, they succeeded in establishing an independent Jat kingdom in Bharatpur.
Chandragiri Fort is a historical fort, built in the 11th century. It is located in
Chandragiri Fort is a historical fort, built in the 11th century located in Chandragiri, Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh, India. Though mostly associated with Vijayanagara Kings it was built much earlier in 11th century by Yadava Naidu kings.