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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 10 Feb 19, Sunday


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Ay dynasty, also known as Kupaka[citation needed], were a south Indian ruling clan with their origins in the hill-chiefs who controlled the south-western tip of the peninsula, from the early historic period up to the medieval period.[1] The clan held sway over the harbour of Vizhinjam, the fertile region of Nanjanad, and southern parts of the spice-producing Western Ghat hills.[2][3] The Ays formed one of the major lineages of ancient Kerala, along with the Cheras of central Kerala and the Musakas of Elimalai in the north.[4]

Greek geographer Claudius Ptolemy (2nd century CE) described the “Aioi” territory as extending from the Baris (Pamba) to Cape Comorin (Kanyakumari). The elephant was the emblem of the Ays.[2] It is speculated that the name Ay is derived from the early Tamil word “Ay” meaning cowherd.[5] Ay dynasty claimed that they belonged to the Yadava or Vrishni lineage and this claim was advanced by the rulers of Venad and Travancore.[6][7] Sri Padmanabha in Trivandrum was the tutelary deity of the medieval Ay family.[2]

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