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Vijayalaya Chola, who conquered Tanjore from Perumbidugu Muttarayan in the 9th Century AD, was also a Pallava feudatory. Historians believe that Thanjavur was captured by Vijayalaya Cholan (AD 846-880) from the king Perumpidugu Muttaraiyan.
The Muttaraiyars ruled over Tanjore and Pudukkotai as the feudatories of the Pallavas from the 8th to 11th Century AD. They were mostly warriors, fighters, soldiers, chieftains, independent dynasty rulers of feudal times. Muthurajas = Tamil Cholas = Telugu Chodas = Balijas = Bunts / Bants : Punyakumara was a Telugu Cola king in the region of Rayalaseema ( Renadu ). This indicates that the Mudiraj caste people are one of the original people of Andhra Pradesh with Telugu / Tenugu as mother tongue and spread all over India to be identified with different names. They became a separate community as cultivators as the political and ruling power shifted to zamindars having ownership over large tracts of lands spreading over hundreds and thousands of villages. Marpidugu was also the surname of the Telugu-Chola king Punyakumara . The fact that the people of Mudiraj community in Telangana region are also known as people of TENUGU caste. This evidently points to an ancient truth that Balijas were part of Mudiraju bantlu. The earliest clear referrence to this event is in the Malepadu plates of Punyakumara., where a Telugu Choda family tries to establish its ancestry with Karkala. Erikal Mutturaju could be a member of Tenati Telugu Cholas. The other temple details are as given below: Moolavar : Sathyagiri nathan, Sathyamurthy Ninna Thirukolam - Facing east Uthsavar : Maiyappan Thayar : Vuyaiavantha Nachchiar Theertham : Kathamba pushkarni, Sathya theertham Vimanam : Sathyagiri Vimanam Prathyaksham : Sathya devathaigal Mangalasasanam : Thirumangai alwar ( 9 pasurams) Archagars : Location : Pudhukotai to Karaikudi rly line This article on Twara Balagas (Dwara Palakas) of Thirumaiyam contributed by Mr. Sundararajan, Researcher, Mutharaya Cholar Research Center, Thanjavur.
The elder brother Kuvavan honoured his younger brother for his love and faithful services by installing his statue along with him as Dwara Palaka in Thirumaiyam temple in Pudukottai Temple.
It could be possible that this Durjaya Raju of Cuddapah of 6th century in some way or other related to Erikal Mutturaju of Cuddapah of 6th century.
It is of interest to note that many of the dynasties that began to rise to power during this period, like the Kakatiyas, Kondapadumatis, and Velanati Colas, openly claim their descent from one Durjaya of the caturtha kula (the fourth caste, i.e. Incidentally, this Durjaya is identified with Durjaya-Raju figuring in a sixth century inscription from Cuddapah District.
Their linguistic equivalents like Erukula and Mutrasi are noticeable still in the region.
Illustrations of some viragals in Sampath 1982; ARIE 1953-54, plate opposite p. Some personal names of local chieftains like Erikal Muturaju, appearing in the early inscriptions of the region are non-Sanskritic and perhaps indicate their tribal background.
It is believed that Kuvavan was brought from throws ample light on the common racial and professional origins of Mutharayars and Cholas. The connectivity between Mutharayars and the Cholas of South India. The connectivity between Tamil Muthuraj and Telugu Mudiraj. The connectivity between Telugu Cholas and Tamil Cholas.