What features of economic life were characteristic of India in the XIV-XVI centuries?

The Vijayanagar Empire (XIV-XVI centuries AD) controlled the entire south of India until the XVI century. Foreigners who visited the country in the XIV-XV centuries described it as a prosperous state. During a period of decline in the second half of the 16th century due to feudal strife, the capital of the empire, the city of Hampi, was the site of bloody massacres and atrocities until the fall of the empire after the decisive battle with the Muslim coalition at Talikot in 1565.

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