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  1. Kempe Gowda I, locally venerated as Nadaprabhu Kempe Gowda, [2] [3] or commonly known as Kempe Gowda, was a chieftain under the Vijayanagara Empire [4] in early-modern India. He is famous for founding the present-day southern Indian city of Bangalore. Contents 1 Early life 2 Reign 2.1 Construction of Bangalore town 2.1.1 Bangalore fort

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  3. Kempe Gowda I - Wikipedia

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    Kempe Gowda I, locally venerated as Nadaprabhu Kempe Gowda, [2] [3] or commonly known as Kempe Gowda, was a chieftain under the Vijayanagara Empire [4] in early-modern India. He is famous for founding the present-day southern Indian city of Bangalore. Contents 1 Early life 2 Reign 2.1 Construction of Bangalore town 2.1.1 Bangalore fort

  4. Kempe Gowda I - Profile, Biography and Life History | Veethi

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    Kempe Gowda I was a feudatory ruler under the Vijayanagara Empire who established the city of Bangalore. Gowda is known to be the founder of Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka. One of the well-educated and successful rulers of his time he was a descendant of Gowda lineage.

  5. Kempe Gowda I - UPSC Prelims - IAS4Sure

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    Kempe Gowda I was a feudatory king under Vijayanagar empire. He founded the city of Bengaluru in 1537 and named it after their family deity’s consort, Kempamma. He is also credited with the construction of several lakes or keres for the purposes of drinking water and irrigation eg. the Dharmambudhi lake. Topicwise Notes for entire UPSC Syllabus.

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  7. Kempe Gowda I Wiki & Bio - Everipedia

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    Nadaprabhu Hiriya Kempe Gowda, also known as Kempe Gowda, was an Indian ruler under the Vijayanagara Empire. The city of Bengaluru, capital of the Indian state of Karnataka, was founded by Kempe Gowda in 1537. Kempe Gowda was one of the well educated and successful rulers of his time.

  8. Kempe Gowda I | Detailed Pedia

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    Nadaprabhu Hiriya Kempe Gowda, also known as Kempe Gowda was a chieftain under the Vijayanagara Empire. The city of Bengaluru, which is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka, was fortified by Kempe Gowda in 1537. He erected many Kannada inscriptions in the region. Kempe Gowda was one of the most well-educated and successful rulers of his ...

  9. Talk:Kempe Gowda I - Wikipedia

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    Hiriya Kempe Gowda (c 1513-1569, c 1510-1570 AD) is also called Kempe Gowda, Kempe Gowda I or Bengalooru Kempe Gowda. He showed remarkable qualities of leadership from his childhood. He had the burning desire to extend his Kingdom to provide a just rule over it and to work for the preservation of Hindu Dharma.

  10. Who was Kempe Gowda? - Indus Scrolls

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    November 11, 2022 in Regional Nadaprabhu Hiriya Kempe Gowda, also known as Kempe Gowda was a chieftain under the Vijayanagara Empire. The city of Bengaluru, which is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka, was fortified by Kempe Gowda in 1537. He erected many Kannada inscriptions in the region.

  11. Kempe Gowda I - Later Life and Legacy | Life Legacy ...

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    A metallic statue of Kempe Gowda was posthumously installed in 1609 at Gangadhareshwara temple at Shivaganga. In 1964, another statue was erected in front of the Corporation offices in Bangalore. According to some literary sources, Bengaluru Kempe Gowda's elder son Gidde Gowda took over control after his death.

  12. Who is Kempegowda and why is he so important to Bengaluru?

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    Kempe Gowda is also called Nadaprabhu Hiriya Kempe Gowda, He was a successful chieftain (leader) from Sixteenth century under Vijayanagara Empire rule. He was the son of Kempananje Gowda born in Yelahanka around 1510 AD. His family had ruled the nearby town of Yelahankanadu (Yelahanka) for more than 70 years and basically from Magadi region.