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Kundhavai was a historic and a popular name of a number of royal women in southern India between the ninth and eleventh century. Some of the women who went by the name Kundavai are as follows:

  • Kundhavai, the daughter of Western Ganga king Prithvipati I (853-880 AD), who was married to the Bana prince Vikramaditya I, the son and successor of Malladeva.[1] She gave several gifts to the Siva temple in Tiruvallam.[2]

Source: "Kundavai", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 16th),

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  1. ^ Sailendra Nath Sen. Ancient Indian History and Civilization. New Age International, 1999. p. 470.
  2. ^ M. S. Govindasamy. The Role of Feudatories in Pallava History. Annamalai University, 1965. p. 30.
  3. ^ a b "South Indian Inscriptions, Volume I: Part II - Tamil and Grantha Inscriptions". What Is India News Service. 23 February 2007. Retrieved 1 June 2011.

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