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I used Image:India-locator-map-blank.svg as base and edited myself using inkspace and created it by looking at the following sources.

  • Malini Adiga (2006), The Making of Southern Karnataka: Society, Polity and Culture in the early medieval period, AD 400-1030, Orient Longman, Chennai, , ISBN 81 250 2912 5 , p121
  • Dr. Suryanath U. Kamath, A Concise history of Karnataka from pre-historic times to the present, Jupiter books, MCC, 2001 (Reprinted 2002) (page no - 329)

The Gangadomains map pertains to the "Western Ganga Dynasty" (Western Gangas). The double shaded region was under the control of their feudatories in 1st version. I deleted the double shade to avoid confusion and internalisation overhead in 2nd picture.

Description Western Ganga Empire Map
Date 27 May 2007
Source Own work
Author Mlpkr

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current 00:40, 28 May 2007 Thumbnail for version as of 00:40, 28 May 20071,651 × 1,753 (430 KB)MlpkrI used Image:India-locator-map-blank.svg as base and edited myself using inkspace and created it by looking at the following sources. * Malini Adiga (2006), The Making of Southern Karnataka: Society, Polity and Culture in the early medieval period,
00:16, 28 May 2007 Thumbnail for version as of 00:16, 28 May 20071,651 × 1,753 (431 KB)MlpkrI used Image:India-locator-map-blank.svg as base and edited myself using inkspace and created it by looking at the following sources. * Malini Adiga (2006), The Making of Southern Karnataka: Society, Polity and Culture in the early medieval period,
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