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Kalachuris-Kingdom


      Kalachuris-Kingdom
No. Kalachuris
1. Bijjala was the founder of Kalachuri dynasty.
2. Basaveswara revolted against Bijjala.
3. Kallachuries were also known as Haihayas or Chedis.
4. Among the several branches of Kalachuris one branch ruled chedi country in Bundelkhaand. They also known as kings of Dahala Mandala.
5. Tripuri was the capital of Kalachuris of Chedi.
6. The real history of Kalachuris started with the accession of Kokalla I.
7. Bhoja I was the Pratihara king defeated by Kokalla I.
8. Sankaragarta was the son and successor of Kokalla I.
9. The Rashtrakuta ruler Krishna III invaded Kalachuri kingdom during the period of Yuvaraja I.
10. The famous poet Rajasekhara lived in the court of Kalachuris.
11. Viddha-salabhanjika drama was staged by Rajasekhar in the court of Yuvaraja I.
12. Lakshmanaraja was the son and successor of Yuvaraja I.
13. Mularaja I, who was the founder of solankis was defeated by Lakshmanaraja.
14. Saivism was patronised by Lakshmanaraja.
15. Kalachuris become the greatest political power in India during the reign of Gangeyadeva.
16. Trikalingadhipati was the title of Gangeyadeva.
17. Laxmikarna was the son and successor of Gangeyadeva.
18. The Kalachuri king Lakshmikarna defeated Chandella kirthivarman and occupied Bundelkhand.
19. The paramara king Bhoja was died during the war with Kalachuries.
20. Vijayasimha was the last Kalachuri ruler.
21. The Chandela king Trailokyavarman defeated Vijayasimha and conquered the whole of Dahalamandala.

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