Together with the Cholas of Uraiyur and the Pandyas of Madurai, the early Cheras were known as one of the three major powers (muventar) of ancient Tamilakam (a macro region in south India) in the early centuries of the Common Era. Thus we can see that South India has wonderful works of Dravidian architecture worth watching. The Chera Dynasty had ruled in two different time-periods. The rulers of the three dynasties were referred to as "the three crowned rulers (the mu-ventar) of the Tamil country". Chola, Chera and Pandya Dynasties The Tamil country was ruled by three dynasties namely the Chera, Chola and Pandyas during the Sangam Age. The Pandya Dynasty, also known as the Pandyas of Madurai, was a dynasty of south India, one of the three ethnically Tamil lineages, the other two being the Chola and the Chera. Each of the Sangam dynasties had a royal emblem – carp for the Pandyas, … The Chera dynasty ( or Cēra) was one of the principal lineages in the early history of the present day states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu in southern India. The Chera kings assumed titles like Vanavaramban, Vanavan, Kuttuvan, Irumporai and Villavar, the Chola kings like Senni, Valavan and Killi and the Pandya kings Thennavar and Minavar. All these three collectively called as Muvender. South India: Chola, Chera and Pandya South India: Chera, Chola and Pandya Ancient Evidences These chiefs were from the Chera, Chola and Pandya Dynasty. The Thirunelli Temple, the Vadakkunnathan Temples, Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple and Kandiyur Siva Temple are its examples. chera chola pandya flowers, The Chera style of architecture is only one of its kind in Dravidian architecture. Muvender is a Tamil word meaning three chiefs. So, here we will read about these kingdoms in brief.