Correct Answer - Option 3 : Ramachandra Deva
Answer: (3) - Ramachandra Deva - (1271-1311) was a ruler of Seuna (Yadava) dynasty of the Deccan region in India.
- He expanded his kingdom by fighting his Hindu neighbors such as Paramaras, Vaghela's, Hoysalas and Kakatiyas.
- His capital was at Devagiri.
- In 1296, he faced a Muslim invasion from Allauddin Khilji and he submitted to the Khilji dynasty and paid rich tributes.
Allauddin's Deccan Conquest
|Ramachandra Deva (Yadava)
Submitted to Malik Kafur and paid rich tributes.
|Prataparudra Deva (Warangal)
||In 1309, he was defeated by Malik Kafur and enormous booty was collected from him.
|Vira Ballala III (Hoysala)
||Was defeated by Malik Kafur and huge booty was collected and sent to Delhi
|Vira Pandya (Pandya)
||He fled from Madurai. Kafur collected an enormous amount from the Pandyan kingdom.