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Who among the following rulers of Vijayanagara Empire constructed a large dam across Tungabhadra River and a canal-cum-aqueduct several kilometres long from the river to the capital city?
(a) Devaraya I
(b) Mallikarjuna
(c) Vira Vijaya
(d) Virupaksha



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Devaraya I, was one of the prominent rulers of the Vijayanagara Empire. He reigned from 1422 to 1446 CE and is credited with various significant architectural and infrastructural projects. One of his notable accomplishments was the construction of a massive dam across the Tungabhadra River. Additionally, he built a canal-cum-aqueduct that extended several kilometers from the river to the capital city, enabling the supply of water to the city's residents and irrigation for agricultural purposes.


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