தமர்லா சென்னப்ப நாயக்கர்

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தமர்லா சென்னப்ப நாயக்கர் (Damarla Chennapa Nayaka), காளஹஸ்தி நாயக்கர்களில் புகழ்பெற்ற மன்னராவார். [1][2] [3][4][5] [6][7] [8][9] [10] [11][12][13][14] [15][16] [17][18] [19]சென்னப்ப நாயக்கரின் மனைவி அக்கம்மா[20] யாச்சம நாயக்கரின் தங்கை ஆவர் [21][22] [23] மற்றும் வேலு கோட்டி கஸ்தூரி ரங்கா வின் மகள் [24] இவர் நெல்லூர் வெங்கடகிரி நிலப்பகுதியை ஆட்சி செய்தவர் . [25][26][27] விஜய நகரப் பேரரசின் வெங்கடபதி ராயரின் படைத்தலைவரான இவர், காளஹஸ்தி மற்றும் வந்தவாசி பகுதிகளின் குறுநில மன்னராக ஆட்சி செய்தவர்.[28][29] இம்மன்னர் உருவாக்கிய நகரமே சென்னப்பநாயக்கர் பட்டிணம். அதுவே தற்போது சென்னை என்று அழைக்கப்படுகிறது.[30][31] விஜயநகரப் பேரரசின் வீழ்ச்சிக்குப் பின்னர், காளஹஸ்தி நாயக்கர்கள் தன்னாட்சியுடன் ஆண்டனர். [32].   [33][34] [35] [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41]

தமர்லா வெங்கடப்ப நாயக்கர்[தொகு]

தமர்லா சென்னப்ப நாயக்கர் - கிருஷ்ணாம்மா மகன் என்றும் . தாத்தா வெங்கடபூபாலன் என்றும் கொள்ளுத் தாத்தா வெங்கலபூபாலன் என்றும் எள்ளு தாத்தா தமர்லா அப்பா நாயக்கர் என்றும் குறிப்பிட்டு உள்ளார் . [42] விஜய நகரப் பேரரசர் மூன்றாம் வேங்கடராயர் எனப்பட்ட  வேங்கட ராயரின் சகோதரியின் கணவர் தமர்லா வெங்கடப்ப நாயக்கர் ஆவார் [43][44] [45] [46] [47] இவரை, தமர்லா வெங்கடாத்திரி அல்லது வெங்கடப்பா நாயக்கர் என டச்சு கிழக்கிந்திய கம்பெனியின் ஆவணங்களில் குறிப்பிடப்பட்டுள்ளது இவர் காளஹஸ்தி மற்றும் வந்தவாசி பகுதியை நிர்வகித்தவர்.

தமர்லா அய்யப்ப நாயக்கர்[தொகு]

இவர் தமர்லா வெங்கடப்ப நாயக்கரின் தம்பியாவர். இவரின் தாயார் லிங்கம்மா ஆவார் இவர் பூவிருந்தவல்லியில் தங்கி, சென்னைக்கு மேற்கே உள்ள காளஹஸ்தி மற்றும் வந்தவாசி போன்ற நிலப்பரப்புகளை, தன் உடன்பிறப்பிற்கு துணையாக ஆட்சி செய்தவர்.

தமர்லா அங்கபூபாலன்[தொகு]

தமர்லா சென்னப்ப நாயக்கரின் மகனான இவர் [48] தமர்லா வெங்கடப்ப நாயக்கர் மற்றும் தமர்லா அய்யப்ப நாயக்கரின் தம்பியாவார்[49] [50][51] . இவரை அக்கப்ப நாயக்கர் எனவும் அழைக்கின்றனர் [52] . [53] . இவரின் தாயார் திம்மம்மா ஆவார் . [54] . [55][56] இவர் உஷா பரிணயம் [57] [58] [59] என்னும் இலக்கிய நூலை எழுதியுள்ளார் . மந்திர காண்டம் என்னும் நூல் ( 16 குணங்கள் ங்் ந்்் 108 பாடல்கள் கொண்ட தொகுப்பு எழுதினார் . [60]. [61][62]

தமர்லா திம்ம நாயக்கர்[தொகு]

தமர்லா சென்னப்ப நாயக்கரின் மகன் [63][64] .இவரின் தாயார் திம்மம்மா ஆவார் .இவர் தமர்லா திம்ம நாயக்கர் காளஹஸ்தி பகுதியை நிர்வகித்தவர். தமர்லா திம்ம நாயக்கர் காளஹஸ்தி அரசவையில் புலவர் முன்பள்ளி சுப்பிரமணிய கவி இருந்தார் .[65]. தமர்லா திம்ம நாயக்கர் பல இலக்கியங்கள் எழுதியுள்ளார் .

தமர்லா சின்ன வெங்கடபூபாலன்[தொகு]

தமர்லா சென்னப்ப நாயக்கரின் மகன் . இவரின் தாயார் வெங்கம்மா ஆவார் . இவர் கவிஞரும், நூலாசிரியரும் ஆவார். .

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மேலும் படிக்க[தொகு]

  • Velcheru Narayana Rao and David Shulman, Sanjay Subrahmanyam. Symbols of substance : court and state in Nayaka period Tamilnadu (Delhi ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1998) ; xix, 349 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 22 cm. ; Oxford India paperbacks ; Includes bibliographical references and index ; ISBN 0-19-564399-2.
  • K.A. Nilakanta Sastry, History of South India, From Prehistoric times to fall of Vijayanagar, 1955, OUP, (Reprinted 2002) ISBN 0-19-560686-8.