The present study aims at dealing with the history of the Chalukya families that lived either as contemporaries of or in succession to the Chalukyas of Vengi, the builders of the Andhra Culture in the history of Andhradesa. It can be said that till now no work of relative importance has been done to assess the contribution of the chiefs of those Chalukya families. In this study, an attempts has been made to reconstruct the history of the aforesaid families. The subject matter is divided into ten chapters (excluding Introduction and Conclusion). The book makes a thorough study of individual achievements of the kings,the geneology and chronology of the Chalukyas of Mudigonda (with reference to the Koravi and the Gudur inscriptions), the reflection of the administrative set-up, texation, justice, etc. with epigraphical reference, the sociao-economic conditions in the light of Sasyanandan and on the basis of the Kolanupaka record, Religion and art (specially the secular and religious sculpture at Vemulabad), Literature under the patronage of those families, etc. A resume of the political and cultural contributions of the Chalukya families is made in the Conclusion. A catalogue of inscriptions of these Chalukya families is appended to the work for easy reference.