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11. Indian Monarchs ( Historical )

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

29. Ballal Sena - Son of Vijaya Sena. Peace loving king but retained well his empire. He was a learned king who wrote four famous books, one of which related to astronomy.

30. Mihir Bhoj - Became king of Kannauj in the year 836 AD. Took over Gujarat and Malva. He won some parts in east also. He was a talented king of Pratihar Dynasty.

31. Mahendra Pal - Son of Bhoj. Ascended the throne in 885 AD. after the death of his father. He extended his kingdom upto Magadh and Bengal. He constructed many temples and other buildings.

32. Danti Durga - He was king who ended Chalukya dynasty and established Rashtrakut dynasty.

33. Krishna III - The most illustrious king in Rashtrakut dynasty. Defeated all the kings in south India and established a strong kingdom. He extended his domain to Ujjayani in North and was generous towards all religions. Besides Shaiv, Vaishnav and Jain religions, Islam also prospered under his domain.

34. Vijayalaya - He captured Tanjaur in 850. AD and established Chola kingdom.

35. Raj Raja - He was the most famous king in Chola dynasty who ruled between 985 to 1014 AD. He took possession of Madurai, Kerala, Maldiva, Kalinga and Northern parts of Ceylon.

36. Rajendra I - Son of Raj Raja. He extended further the kingdom of his father upto Bengal, Orissa and Madhya Pradesh and whole of Ceylon and some parts of Malaya. He ruled between 1014 to 1044 AD.

37. Prithvi Raj Chauhan - King of Delhi and Ajmer. Defeated king of Afghanistan, Mohd. Gauri in 1191 in Tarain but was defeated  next year. He was made a prisoner and blinded. There he killed Mohd. Gauri and was killed.

38. Hari Har and Bukka Rao - These two brothers established a Hindu kingdom, Vijayanagaram in 1336 AD. between Krishna and Godawari rivers under the inspiration of guru Vidyaranya and his brother Saynacharya.

39. Krishna Dev Raya - He was the most famous king of Vijayanagram empire who ruled between 1509 and 1529 A.D. He was learned and mighty king who took possession of Rai Chur and Orissa. The kingdom reached the heights of glory in his time. He was a scholar of Sanskrit and Telugu literature.

 

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