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Rashtrakuta Kingdom


      Rashtrakuta Kingdom
No. Rashtrakutas
1. Rashtrakutas were the feudatories of Badami chalukyas.
2. Dantidurga established Rashtrakuta kingdom by defeating the last Badami Chalukya ruler Keerthivarma II.
3. Dantidurga established Rashtrakuta kingdom 753 A.D.
4. Amoghavarsha shifted the capital to Manyakhetam. Malkheda/Manyakhetam, also known as Malkhed is a town in Karnataka, India. It is located on the banks of Kagina River in Sedam Taluk of Gulbarga district, around 40 km from Gulbarga city (Kalaburgi).
5. The victories of Dantidurga are known from Samangad plates and Dasavatara Cave Inscription.
6. Period of rule of Rastrakutas was 753-973 A.D.
7. Dantidurga performed the hiranyagarbhadana ceremoney at Ujjain after his victory over Malwa.
8. Prithvi vallabha and Khadgavaloka were the titles of Dantidurga.
9. Krishna I built Kailasanatha temple at Ellora.
10. The Rashtrakuta ruler Dhruva defeated prathihara Vatsaraja of kanauj.
11. Nirupakeli vallabha, Sri vallabha, Daravarna were the titles of Dhruva.
12. The Rashtrakuta king Dhruva gave his daughter in marriage to Vishnuvardhana IV of Eastern Chalukyas.
13. The Rashtrakuta ruler Govinda III defeated prathihara king Nagabhatta II.
14. Amoghavarsha built Manyakhetam.
15. Rashtrakutas belonged to Lattalura (modern Latur) of Maharashtra.
16. Kaviraja Margam and Ratnamalika were written by Amoghavarsha.
17. Karka II was the last ruler of Rashtrakutas.
18. Karka II was defeated by Tailapa.
19. The period of rule of Dhruva was 780-792.
20. Amoghavarsha was the peace loving king among Rashtrakuta rulers.
21. The Rashtrakuta ruler Amoghavarsha greatly patronized Jainisam
22. The Rashtrakuta king Krishna III defeated Chola king parantaka in Takkolam war.
23. The Arab travellar Suleman visited the court of Amoghavarsh.
24. Ginasena was the court poet of Amoghavarsha.
25. The Rashtrakuta king Amoghavarsha defeated Gunaga vijayaditya of Eastern Chalukyas.
26. The Rastrakuta ruler Karka was defeated by Tailapa
27. The first Rastrakuta Ruler Dhruva successfully invaded North India.
28. The great Kanada poet ponna was in the court of Krishna III.
29. The Rashtrakuta king Krishna III invaded on Malva against the paramar rular Harshasiyaka and occupied Ujjain.
30. The Rashtrakuta rular Indra III defeated Pratihara emperor Mahipala and occupied Kanauj.
31. The famous Jaina scholar, Jinasena, was in the court of Dantidurga.

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