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1311, India, Yadava Dynasty, Ramachandra. Gold Padmatanka Coin. Axf For Sale
1311, India, Yadava Dynasty, Ramachandra. Gold Padmatanka Coin. aXF!
Condition: About XF!
State: Yadava Dynasty
Mint period: 1270-1311
Ruler: King Rmachandra
Denomination: Gold Padmatanka (translates as Lotus Flower)
Reference: Friedberg 390, M Karnataka-Andhra 289, Mitchiner 1998:289. R!
Material: Pure Gold!
Obverse: Central lotus flower punch (after which the coin is called), four punches around, legend Sri Ram.
Reverse: Blanc (as struck)
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The Seuna, Sevuna or Yadava dynasty (Marathi: देवगिरीचे यादव, Kannada: ಸೇವುಣರು) (850 - 1334) was an Indian dynasty, which at its peak ruled a kingdom stretching from the Tungabhadra to the Narmada rivers, including present-day Maharashtra, north Karnataka and parts of Madhya Pradesh, from its capital at Devagiri (present-day Daulatabad in Maharashtra). The Yadavas initially ruled as feudatories of the Western Chalukyas. Around the middle of the 12th century, they declared independence and established rule that reached its peak under Singhana II.The foundations of Marathi culture were laid by the Yadavas and the peculiarities of Maharashtra's social life developed during their rule.
Ramachandra (or Ramadevarava or Raja Ram), the grandson of Singhana II, ruled from 1271 to 1309 CE.
Hemadri (or Hemadpant) was Ramachandra's Shrikaranadhipa (Chief Minister). He compiled the encyclopedic Sanskrit work Chaturvarga Chintamani. He is said to have built many temples in a style known after him - Hemadapanti. He also invented the Modi script for writing Marathi. Hemadri wrote many books on vaidhyakshastra (medical science) and he introduced and supported Bajra cultivation. In 1294, Ala-ud-din Khalji captured Devagiri. Khalji restored it to Ramachandra in return for his promise of payment of a high ransom and an annual tribute. However, this was not paid and the Seuna kingdom's arrears to the Khalji dynasty kept mounting. In 1307, Khalji sent an army commanded by Malik Kafur to Devagiri. Ramachandra was taken to Delhi. Khalji reinstated Ramachandra in return for a promise to help Khalji subdue the Hindu kingdoms in South India. In 1309, Malik Kafur mounted an assault on the Kakatiya dynasty from Devagiri.
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1311, India, Yadava Dynasty, Ramachandra. Gold Padmatanka Coin. Axf: $425