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Indian History Part 30 Section II THE RASHTRAKUTAS –SECONDARY BRANCHES

Canberra, 25 June 2014 The extent of the power of the Rashtrakutas is demonstrated through the large spread of their kingdom and the number of off-shoot dynasties that they spawned. Taken together, the Rashtrakuta kingdoms covered almost the entire sub-continent at some time or the other, barring a few smaller kingdoms in the far-south and […]

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Part 30 THE RASHTRAKUTA DYNASTY

Section I THE DECCAN RASHTRAKUTAS  Canberra, 11 June 2014 The Rashtrakuta dynasty played an important role in the medieval history of India, from mid-6th century till their decline into irrelevance around the middle of the 13th century. The information available about this dynasty is in terms of inscriptions, copper plates and grants and coins that […]

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