The Kondapadumatis as a power ended with Buddha and Manda in A.D. 1173 though some Kondapadumati princes were ruling in parts of the kingdom till A D. 1250. The kingdom was lost to the Kotas of Dhanyakataka. The Kondapadumatis had their own coinage and were independent for all internal purposes. The later Kondapadumatis were subordinate to the kakatiyas to whom the Kotas probably owed allegiance. The Kondapadumatis were also referred to simply as the padamati or western chiefs and their kingdom was the country to the west of the Krishna in its course southward to the sea.