The counsel for the petitioner Namma Bengaluru Foundation (NBF) which is opposing the construction of the 6.7 km six-lane steel bridge from Chalukya
Circle to Hebbal Circle, told the court that, "on account of the NGT order, the project cannot go ahead without environmental clearance."
On the questions being raised about the safety of the jewellery donated by the kings of Chalukya
and other dynasties Singhal said the two committees under Justice Wadhwa and M Jagganadha Rao had gone into the matter and reported that the temple jewellery as mentioned in Tiruvabharanam Register of 1952 was safe.
Some of the performances in prestigious festivals include - Hampi Utsav- Karnataka, Khajuraho Dance Festival - Madhya Pradesh, Pattadakal Dance Festival (Chalukya
Utsav) - Karnataka, Natarajothsava National Dance Festival - Karnataka, Pallavothsava National Dance Festival - Karnataka, Dasara Mahothsava - Karnataka, Karavali Utsav - Karnataka, Halebeedu Utsav - Karnataka and many more.
In the Indian context, even though the depictions of the Ramayana date back to the Gupta period, the extensive use of the epic appears only from the 7th to the 15th century on Chalukya
, Chola, Hoysala and Vijayanagara monuments.
[Imprecatory verses follow.] A stone inscription from the Chalukya
Deccan, around 725, preserves a charter drafted in Sanskritized Kannada: (58)
No, his reference was not to Vikramaditya, the Chalukya
king, but to the fuel-inefficient, smoke-spewing three-wheeler that appeared in Dibrugarh about 10 years ago.
Lunch was brought for the agitating MLAs from nearby star hotels such as the Capitol and Chalukya
. Former Congress minister R.
Basavaraja, History and Culture of Karnataka (Dharwad: Chalukya
Publications, 1984), 157; R.
During the same period another merchant association had begun to form further to the north in the western Deccan, at Aihole (called Ayyavole in Kannada and Aryapura in Sanskrit) in the Chalukya
heartland behind the Konkan coast.(4) They were known either as the Ayyavole/Aryapura association (after their eighth or ninth century place of origin), or more generally as the Ainnurruvar ("The Five Hundred").
An able and determined general and ruler, Pulakesin II brought the Chalukya
realm to the height of its power.
As it is the will of the people from North Karnataka & my party, I am also contesting from Badami the seat of the Chalukya