Vanchi (early historic)

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Vanchi (Malayalam: വഞ്ചി, romanizedVañci) was a headquarters of Chera dynasty, who ruled central Kerala and western Tamil Nadu (the Kongu country) in the early historic south India. The exact location of Vanchi is matter of a debate among historians. It is speculated that the location was identical with medieval Vanchi Karur (modern Karur).[1]

The following medieval Chera (Kerala) capitals were also known as "Vanchi".

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Narayanan, M. G. S. Perumāḷs of Kerala: Brahmin Oligarchy and Ritual Monarchy: Political and Social Conditions of Kerala Under the Cēra Perumāḷs of Makōtai (c. AD 800 - AD 1124). Thrissur (Kerala): CosmoBooks, 2013. 18.