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- Amoghavarsha was the son of Govinda III. He became king at the age of 13.
- Amoghavarsha is called Ashoka of south India.
- Amoghavarsha was a disciple of Jinasenacharya, the author of Mahapurana, and part author of the Dhavala.
- A revolt led by Vijayaditya II, of Vengi throne, temporarily overthrew the Rashtrakuta dynasty until 821 when Karakka reinstated Amoghavarsha.
- The same writing proves that Amoghavarsha I was a follower of the "Digambara" branch of Jainism.
- The mathematician Mahaviracharya wrote in his Ganita Sarasangraha, "The subjects under Amoghavarsha are happy and the land yields plenty of grain.
- The successor of Govinda III, Amoghavarsha I made Manyakheta his capital and ruled a large empire.
- Amoghavarsha I's empire had sixteen Rashtras.
- Kavirajamarga, a work on poetics in Kannada by Amoghavarsha I, shows that the study of poetry was popular in the Deccan during this time.
- During the rule of Khottiga Amoghavarsha, the Paramara King Siyaka Harsha attacked the empire and plundered Manyakheta, the capital of Rastrakutas.
- Widely seen as the most famous of the Rashtrakuta kings, Amoghavarsha I was an accomplished scholar in Kannada and Sanskrit.
- Amoghavarsha I was the most famous king of this dynasty and wrote Kavirajamarga, a landmark literary work in the Kannada language.
- The first available literary in Kannada is Kavirajamarga, written in the eighth century by Amoghavarsha Nrpatunga.
- More revolts occurred between 818 and 820, but by 821 Amoghavarsha I had overcome all resistance and established a stable kingdom to rule.
- The Bagumra records mention a "Sea of Chalukyas" invading the Ratta kingdom which Amoghavarsha I successfully defended.
- There were cases where woman supervised significant areas as when Revakanimaddi, daughter of Amoghavarsha I, administered Edathore Vishaya.
- Likewise, Amoghavarsha I maintained friendly interactions with the Pallava who were busy keeping the Pandyas at bay.
- Amoghavarsha I had friendly ties with The Pallava who were busy keeping the Pandyas at bay.
- Kavirajamarga earlier ascribed to king Amoghavarsha is a work on literary criticism and poetics.
- Amoghavarsha I espoused Jainism and there are five Jain cave temples at Ellora ascribed to his period.
- It is ascribed to early 9th century Rashtrakuta king Nripatunga Amoghavarsha I and famous Kannada poet Sri Vijaya Ponna of those times.
- Amoghavarsha's daughter married a Ganga prince in about 860.
- This has prompted historians to suggest that the Pallava king must have married Amoghavarsha I's daughter.
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