Nagapattinam to Suvarnadwipa: Reflections on the Chola Naval Expeditions to Southeast Asia
The expansion of the Cholas from their base in the Kaveri Delta saw this growing power subdue the kingdoms of southern India, as well as occupy Sri Lanka and the Maldives, by the early eleventh century. It was also during this period that the Cholas initiated links with Song China. Concurrently, the Southeast Asian polity of Sriwijaya had, through its Sumatran and Malayan ports, come to occupy a key position in East-West maritime trade, requiring engagement with both Song China to the north and the Chola kingdom to its west. The apparently friendly relations pursued were, however, to be disrupted in 1025 by Chola naval expeditions against fourteen key port cities in Southeast Asia. This volume examines the background, course and effects of these expeditions, as well as the regional context of the events. It brings to light many aspects of this key period in Asian history. Unprecedented in the degree of detail assigned to the story of the Chola expeditions, this volume is also unique in that it includes translations of the contemporary Tamil and Sanskrit inscriptions relating to Southeast Asia and of the Song dynasty Chinese texts relating to the Chola Kingdom.
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2 Medieval Commercial Activities in the Indian Ocean As Revealed from Chinese CeramicSherds and South Indian and Sri Lankan Inscriptions by N...
3 The Military Campaigns of Rajendra Chola and the CholaSrivijayaChina Triangle by Tansen Sen
A Nautical Perspectiveby Vijay Sakhuja and Sangeeta Sakhuja
5 A Note on the Navy of the Chola State by Y Subbarayalu
6 Excavation at Gangaikondacholapuram the Imperial Capital of Rajendra Chola and Its Significance by S Vasanthi
The Medieval Port City in the Context of Political Religious and Commercial Exchanges between South India Southeast Asia and China by Gokul Ses...
8 South Indian Merchant Guilds in the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia by Noboru Karashima
11 Cultural Implications of the Chola Maritime Fabric Trade with Southeast Asia by Hema Devare
12 Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia during the Period of the Polonnaruva Kingdom by Anura Manatunga
South Indian Cultural Links with Indonesia by P Shanmugam
14 Rajendra Cholas Invasion and the Rise of Airlangga by Ninie Susanti
The Indic Carvings of Quanzhou by Risha Lee
Ancient and Medieval Tamil and Sanskrit Inscriptions Relating to Southeast Asia and China by Noboru Karashima and Y Subbarayalu
Chinese Texts Describing or Referring to the Chola Kingdom as Zhunian by Noboru Karashima and Tansen Sen
A Maritime Trade Guild of Medieval Times by Y Subbarayalu
10 Rajendra Cholas Naval Expedition and the Chola Trade with Southeast and East Asia by A Meenakshisundararajan
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