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  1. The Rashtrakuta's ruled nearly all of Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh for several centuries.
  2. The Rashtrakuta king Amoghavarsha is thought to have written Prashottara Ratnamakike.
  3. Art and Architecture: The Rashtrakuta contributions to art and architecture are reflected in the splendid rock-cut shrines at Ellora and Elephanta.
  4. Again, a few records with to tell us that the Rashtrakuta family originated from a person called Tunga.
  5. Discover information and deals on rashtrakuta asian history today.


  1. The origin of Rashtrakuta dynasty has been a controversial topic.
  2. Rashtrakuta Govinda II seized Malwa with Chitor from the Gurjaras, and enthroned his brother as head of a second Rashtrakuta dynasty in Gujarat (till c. (Web site)


  1. Earlier Rashtrakuta rulers were regional kings under the Chalukyas.
  2. Rashtrakuta inscriptions are in the two languages of Kannada and Sanskrit[15][16][17][18][19] and the kings encouraged literature in both languages.


  1. His son, Rajaditya, was defeated and killed by the Rashtrakuta ruler Krishna III (c.949). (Web site)
  2. The Kailasanath Temple project was commissioned by King Krishna I after the Rashtrakuta rule had spread into South India from the Deccan.


  1. Kannada rose as a literary language during the Rashtrakuta rule.
  2. Kannada language, script and literature showed remarkable growth during the Rashtrakuta period.
  3. The dynasties of Satavahana, Chalukya, Pallava, Rashtrakuta, Chola, Pandya, and Hoysala were at their peak during various periods of history.


  1. Kannada literature begins to flourish under the Rashtrakuta Dynasty (9th to 10th century). (Web site)
  2. The Gangas thereafter became staunch allies of the Rashtrakutas, a position they maintained till the end of the Rashtrakuta dynasty of Manyakheta.
  3. Prithviraj wrote the following letter to Pratap: The Rathore or Rathor (Sanskrit Rashtrakuta) are a Rajput clan from western Rajasthan in India. (Web site)
  4. The Rashtrakuta's were involved in several wars and alliances with other deccan kingdoms like the Vengi, Cholas and Gangas.
  5. Their sovereignty lasted between (345-525AD) after which they continued to rule as feudatories of the Chalukyas and the Rashtrakuta for over 500 years. (Web site)
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