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. She gave several gifts to the Siva temple in Tiruvallam.
- Rajarajan Kundhavi Alvar, the daughter of Raja Raja Chola and younger sister of Rajendra Chola, the queen of the Eastern Chalukya king Vimaladitya and the mother of Rajaraja Narendra.
- Kundhavai Pirāttiyār, the elder sister of the king Raja Raja Chola, and the queen of the chief Vallavaraiyan Vandiyadevan mentioned in the Tanjore inscriptions.
Source: "Kundavai", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 16th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundavai.
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