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Kingdom of Mysore

1399–1948
Mysore හී ධජය
ධජය
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Coat of arms
ජාතික ගීය: Kayou Sri Gowri
     Sultanate of Mysore during the reign of Tipu Sultan, 1784 AD (at its greatest extent)
     Sultanate of Mysore during the reign of Tipu Sultan, 1784 AD (at its greatest extent)
තත්ත්වයKingdom (Subordinate to Vijayanagara Empire until 1565)
Princely state under the suzerainty of the British Crown from 1799
අගනුවරMysore, Srirangapatna
පොදු භාෂාවන්Kannada
ආගම
Hinduism, Islam
රජයMonarchy until 1799, Princely state thereafter
Maharaja 
• 1399–1423 (first)
Yaduraya Wodeyar
• 1940–50 (last)
Jayachamaraja Wodeyar
ඉතිහාසය 
• ස්ථාපිත කළේ
1399
• Earliest records
1551
1767–1799
1785–1787
• අහෝසි කළේ
1948
පූර්වප්‍රාප්ති වනුයේ
අනුප්‍රාප්ති වනුයේ
විජයනගර අධිරාජ්‍යය
Mysore State
වර්තමානයේ මෙය අයත් වන්නේIndia

The Kingdom of Mysore was a realm in southern India, traditionally believed to have been founded in 1399 in the vicinity of the modern city of Mysore. From 1799 until 1950, it was a princely state, until 1947 in a subsidiary alliance with British India. It then became Mysore State (later enlarged and renamed to Karnataka) with its ruler remaining as Rajapramukh until 1956, when he became the first Governor of the reformed state.

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References[සංස්කරණය]

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Further reading[සංස්කරණය]

  • Yazdani, Kaveh. India, Modernity and the Great Divergence: Mysore and Gujarat (17th to 19th C.) (Leiden: Brill), 2017. xxxi + 669 pp. online review

Further reading[සංස්කරණය]

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