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Yayati, Puru, &c., descended the Bharatas, and the 83rd in descent from Arjuna was Nanda; his gth descendant was Chalukya, and from him was descended Vijala or Bijjala of Kalyana. His grandson was Vira Hemmaliraya; Hemmaliràya's son was Tàtapinna, Tàtapinna was succeeded by Sómadeva, Raghavadeva, Pinnasauri and Bukkaraja. This Bukkaraja had two sons Singarāja and Ramaraja the latter of whom was the father of Timmarája, Kondaràja and Srírangaràja. The se ons of the lastnamed prince were Kờnaràja, Timmarája, Ràmaràja or Aliramaràja, son-in law of Krishnaräja, Tirumalarája, Venkataraja or Venkatadriraja. Of these, the fourth son, Tirumalaràja, had four sons : Raghunàtharảja, Srìrangaraja, Ramaraja and Venkatarâja, The third of these, Ramaraja was the father of Tirumalaraja and Srirangachikkaräja, the son of the last being Ràmadévaràja. The fifth son of Srírangaràja, Venkataràja, had two sons Råmaràja and Rangaparaja or Srirangaraja, the latter of whom had in his turu two sons Venkatadrirja and Gõpälaraja. Rámaraja, the third son of Srirangaraja and the son-in-law of Krishnaraja, had also five sons: Krishnaraja, Peddatimmaràja, Kondarāja, Chimna timmaràija and Srirangaraja of whom Kondaraja had a son named Ramaraja, and Srirangaraja had two sons Pedda venkataraja and Chinnavenkataràja, the sons of the latter being Tirumalaràja, Venkataràja and Srírangaràja. Venkataràja had three: sons named Kódandaramaraja or briefly Râmaraja, Timmaraja and Venkatadrirâja, the eldest of whom Kodandaramaraja became the son-in-law of the famous Krishnaraja of Vijayanagar. This Kódandaramaraja, who appropriated the regal power had four sons: Peddavenkataràja, Clinnavenkataràja, Kòdandaràmaràja and Venkataraja, and Timmaraja the younger brother of Kódandarämarája had two sons: Srirangaräja and Chinnavenkataräja. Thi