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I have already shown reasons for supposing that Bukka II. D. His escapade must be narrated in full as told by Firishtah, since it led to very important consequences. " This attractive person was educated by an old Brahman, whose admiration of her led him to think that she would prove a desirable member of the Raya's household. "He proceeded to Beejanuggur and being introduced to the roy, spoke in such praise of the beauty and accomplishments of the young maid, that he was fired with the desire of possessing her, and entreated the bramin to procure her for him of her parents in marriage.
Nicolo never apparently wrote anything himself. His stories were recorded in Latin by Poggio Bracciolini, the Pope's secretary, for his master's information. Translated into Portuguese, they were re−translated from the Portuguese into Italian by Ramusio, who searched for but failed to obtain a copy of the original in Latin. This original was first published in 1723 by the Abbe Oliva of Paris under the title P. BRACCIOLINI, DE VARIETATE FORTUNAE, LIBER QUATUOR. Nicolo, on reaching India, visited first the city of Cambaya in Gujarat.
Nuniz gives Deva Raya II. a reign of twenty−five years. I am inclined to think that Deva Raya II. began to reign in 1419, for the following reason. " Now we have it from Firishtah that in 1417 Firuz, Sultan of Kulbarga, commenced a war of aggression against the Hindus of Telingana He besieged the fortress of Pangul, seventy miles north−east of Adoni, for a period of two years, but the attempt to reduce it ended in failure owing to a pestilence breaking out amongst both men and horses. "Many of the first nobility deserted the camp and tied with their followers to their jaghires.
A Forgotten Empire - Vijayanagar - History of India by Robert Sewell