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Vijaya Nandhini: Adventurous Historical fiction based on the life history of South Indian Pandya King Sri Maran Srivallabhan ( 815 AD - 862 AD)

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The historical background- This story is about the most cherished Pandya King of South India who reigned during 8th century AD – ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’( 815 AD to 862 AD) and he had accomplished many great victories which are cherished by history. The story line of this book narrates about the adventures performed by ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ in Podhigai territory, be The historical background- This story is about the most cherished Pandya King of South India who reigned during 8th century AD – ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’( 815 AD to 862 AD) and he had accomplished many great victories which are cherished by history. The story line of this book narrates about the adventures performed by ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ in Podhigai territory, before he became the ruler of Pandya Empire. Readers who are aware about the historical fiction story ‘Neel Vizhi’ by eminent Tamil Novelist ‘Sandilyan’ would know about the great adventures performed by the Pandya King ‘Jadila Parantaka Nedunchadaiya Pandiyan’ during 775 AD. The valiant battles fought by this great king in ‘Pennadagam’ and his adventures are depicted gloriously in the story ‘Neel Vizhi’ by the author – Sandilyan. This story is about the Pandya king ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ – who is the son of ‘Jadila Parantaka Nedunchadaiya Pandiyan.’ The characters ‘Jadila Parantaka Nedunchadaiya Pandiyan’ and his brave chief minister ‘Maran Kari’ are depicted in the story ‘Neel Vizhi’ by Sandilyan. The same characters will come in this story as key characters along with the lead character ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’. The Pandya king ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ is associated with the construction and renovation of Artha mandapa(‘ intermediary space between the temple exterior and the sanctum sanctorum’) of the Sittanavasal cave temple - a place not known to many, but very few. The Sittanavasal cave paintings are the most delicate and beautiful evidence available to date for the unique fresco painting techniques used in ancient days. Sittanavasal is a small settlement in Pudukkottai district of Tamil Nadu in India. Similar to the famous Ajanta cave paintings, the paintings found in Sittanavasal cave are one of the very few remnants that exist today with the unique fresco paintings intact. The fresco paintings depicted in the ceiling of the Jain temple located inside this cave was painted by saint Illangauthaman along with the support of the Pandiya King ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’. He had done enormous amount of restructuring to the cave temple and created new paintings during the reign of Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan. Along with several other beautifull paintings, Saint Igangauthaman had also painted the king Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan along with his queen in one of the pillar in the cave temple.


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The historical background- This story is about the most cherished Pandya King of South India who reigned during 8th century AD – ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’( 815 AD to 862 AD) and he had accomplished many great victories which are cherished by history. The story line of this book narrates about the adventures performed by ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ in Podhigai territory, be The historical background- This story is about the most cherished Pandya King of South India who reigned during 8th century AD – ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’( 815 AD to 862 AD) and he had accomplished many great victories which are cherished by history. The story line of this book narrates about the adventures performed by ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ in Podhigai territory, before he became the ruler of Pandya Empire. Readers who are aware about the historical fiction story ‘Neel Vizhi’ by eminent Tamil Novelist ‘Sandilyan’ would know about the great adventures performed by the Pandya King ‘Jadila Parantaka Nedunchadaiya Pandiyan’ during 775 AD. The valiant battles fought by this great king in ‘Pennadagam’ and his adventures are depicted gloriously in the story ‘Neel Vizhi’ by the author – Sandilyan. This story is about the Pandya king ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ – who is the son of ‘Jadila Parantaka Nedunchadaiya Pandiyan.’ The characters ‘Jadila Parantaka Nedunchadaiya Pandiyan’ and his brave chief minister ‘Maran Kari’ are depicted in the story ‘Neel Vizhi’ by Sandilyan. The same characters will come in this story as key characters along with the lead character ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’. The Pandya king ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’ is associated with the construction and renovation of Artha mandapa(‘ intermediary space between the temple exterior and the sanctum sanctorum’) of the Sittanavasal cave temple - a place not known to many, but very few. The Sittanavasal cave paintings are the most delicate and beautiful evidence available to date for the unique fresco painting techniques used in ancient days. Sittanavasal is a small settlement in Pudukkottai district of Tamil Nadu in India. Similar to the famous Ajanta cave paintings, the paintings found in Sittanavasal cave are one of the very few remnants that exist today with the unique fresco paintings intact. The fresco paintings depicted in the ceiling of the Jain temple located inside this cave was painted by saint Illangauthaman along with the support of the Pandiya King ‘Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan’. He had done enormous amount of restructuring to the cave temple and created new paintings during the reign of Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan. Along with several other beautifull paintings, Saint Igangauthaman had also painted the king Sri Maran Sri Vallabhan along with his queen in one of the pillar in the cave temple.

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