Thursday, January 27, 2022

Rashtrakuta empire


Rashtrakuta Empire at its peak under Govinda iii around 793 CE.

Govinda III (reign 793–814 CE) was a famous Rashtrakuta ruler who succeeded his illustrious father Dhruva Dharavarsha. He was militarily the most successful emperor of the dynasty with successful conquests-from Kanyakumari in the south to Kannauj in the north, from Banaras in the east to Broach (Bharuch) in the west. He held such titles as Prabhutavarsha, Jagattunga, Anupama, Kirthinarayana, Prithvivallabha, Shrivallabha, Vimaladitya, Atishayadhavala and Tribhuvanadhavala. From the Someshvara inscription of 804 it is known that Gamundabbe was his chief queen.

Rashtrakutas after defeating the Palas and Gurjara Pratihars captured the city of Kannauj. They also made Ceylon, Chola, Chera,Pandayas, Dakshin Koshal, Pallavas and Western Ganga their Vassals under Govinda iii.

Except dating which is bit +- nothing wrong in data. which is Illustration in adobe spark once edited we cant do anything. And its summarized rashtrakuta empire map.Its not about just one king which achieved peak during govinda iii.under Krishna III & Butuga II after battle of takkolam entire southern land submitted to rastrakutas.

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