Suresh Kavirayani of gives it a 3. Next day, when Satakarni is under treatment all other Kings are under dichotomy whether to fight or return, but they understand the real aim of Satakarni is not only to win the country but he also wants to develop unity among them, so they all decide either to win or die in the battle. Sudhakar Chattopadhyaya speculates that Gautamiputra might have raided some territories in the South. This implies that Gautamiputra subdued the and the in southern India. One view is that this is just a conventional literary device: Gautamiputra's empire was not as extensive as the inscription claims.
On that night Kanjira one of the feudatory kings backstabs by aiding Demetrius and makes his men enter into the fort to knock out Satakarni but Gautami Balashri protects her son by breaking up their tactics. The Nashik prashasti inscription calls him ekabrahmana. So, she requests him not to avoid this battle when Satakarni explains her regarding his childhood dream of uniting the entire country which he had done so, now he has to protect it from invaders by exorcizing them. Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute. The Audio launch was held at Sri Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Municipal High School Grounds, on 26 December 2016. This theory is based on their interpretations of the various Satavahana inscriptions. According to one of his Nashik inscriptions, the monks were exempted from taxes and granted immunity from any interference by the royal officers.
The film is Nandamuri Balakrishna's 100th film released on jan 12th around 1320 screens worldwide. The best known of these is the inscription of his mother Gautami Balashri, which credits him with extensive military conquests. He takes oath on his mother Gautami Balashri and starts his mission at the age of 18 and he gives only two options to the kings on his way either peace by surrendering their sword or the war. Although coins can travel via trade, Chattopadhyaya believes that the Nashik inscription corroborates this theory. Sudhakar Chattopadhyaya identified it with an area in , possibly near the western part of the. Sudhakar Chattopadhyaya also criticizes Sircar's interpretation, pointing out that the first line in the inscription refers to the king's order.
Moreover, no inscriptions issued jointly by the father-son duo are available. It states that he ruled the following regions: Approximate extent of the Satavahana empire under Gautamiputra Satkarni, as suggested by the Nashik prashasti inscription. According to and , the ruler defeated by Rudradaman was Gautamiputra Satakarni. After that, Satakarni returns to Amaravathi, brings the 32 swords which he has obtained from the rulers of India when Gautami Balashri orders to make a powerful sword by melting these 32 swords. Nandamuri Balakrishna honoured Hema Malini with a as a surprise gift on the sets of the film on 4 September 2016, which is currently underway in. At that point in time, his wife Vashishthi gets few bad signs that someone has poisoned her husband.
Time being, Satakarni marries Vashishthi Devi and they have a son Pulumavi Master Snehit Chowdary. The inscriptions of Gautamiputra Satakarni indicate that his empire was divided into units known as āhāras. The film is also memorable for its content and the excellent performance by Balayya. Finally, he reaches Nahapana's fort destroys him, protects the princes and brings the entire country under one flag. But now he has to perform , a grand ritual which is impossible without a wife.
It also states that he spared the life of the defeated ruler because of close relations. Dubreuil theorizes that the excavation of the cave where this inscription was found began during the reign of Gautamiputra. However, Shivasvati remains historically unattested: no coins or inscriptions issued by him have been discovered. Based on these arguments, Bhandarkar speculated that Gautamiputra ruled eastern Deccan, while Vasishthiputra ruled western Deccan. It claims that he did not like to destroy life, even that of the enemies who offended him. It is possible that by the end of his reign, Gautamiputra lost some of his territory to the , a Western Kshatrapa dynasty that succeeded Nahapana's Kshaharata dynasty.
The Nashik prashasti inscription states that Gautamiputra uprooted the or Khagarata family, to which Nahapana belonged. Transactions of the Second Session Held at London, in September, 1874. This theory has been dismissed by several other scholars, including and. R G Bhandarkar identified it with a part of , while identified it with. However, there are no other records of Satavahana presence in the eastern Deccan region before the period of his son Vashishtiputra Pulumavi.
Sinopoli identifies Benakataka as a place in the Nashik region. The film stars , , in the lead roles and music composed by. So it is a very difficult and final task to Satakarni to reach Nahapana for that he uses a strategy and decides to take his son Pulumavi along with him to the war field but his wife Vashishthi does not agree to it even then he ruthlessly takes his son. Empires: Perspectives from Archaeology and History. It also states that he emerged victorious in several fights against a confederacy of enemies. Rajeev Reddy, Jagarlamudi Saibabu on banner and directed by. In Nashik prashasti, Gautami Balashri calls herself the mother of the great king as well as the grandmother of the great king, indicating that both were kings at that time.
Most historians now agree that Gautamiputra and Nahapana were contemporaries, and that Gautamiputra defeated Nahapana. Caves excavated by Gautamiputra Satakarni as well as the Western Kshatrapa king are located at Nashik. According to , and Puranas, his predecessor was Shivasvati : Śivasvāti. Each āharā was governed by an amātya or amaca. He takes oath on his mother Gautami Balashri Hema Malini and starts his mission at the age of 18 and he gives only two to options to the kings on his way either peace by surrendering their sword to him or war. Retrieved 15 January 2017 — via YouTube. There are also indications that Gautamiputra was alive, when this inscription was issued in the 19th regnal year of his son.
Gauthami Balasri consults a explains him regarding these bad signs who gives anti-dote to the poison. Shailendra Nath Sen also speculated that the king might have been assisted by his mother in administration because of his illness or military preoccupation. The film was dubbed in Hindi by the same name, distributed by Aditya Movies Pliovevt Ltd. The Nashik prashasti also states that the king's joys and sorrows were same as those of his citizens. Parallelly, David Manucharov the Greek Emperor is waiting at the border for the result of their battle, thereafter to conquer the country. This land was earlier in the possession of Nahapana's son-in-law also known as Ushavadata , who had donated it to the monks.