Dadda II 
Dadda III 
Dadda III, the Gurjara ruler of Bhrgukachha, was a devotee of Shiva, whereas his forefathers from Dadda I onwards worshiped the Sun. Dadda III is also known to have made a grant in honor of that luminary. Although Dadda I, ruler of Nandol, was a friend of Maitrakas but Dadda III, who for unknown reasons became hostile to them, wrestled Baroach from Maitrakas.
In the earliest epigraphical records of the Gurjars of Broach, Dadda is described as belonging to the Gurjara-nrpati-vamsa i.e. it stands for the Gurjar family. Gurjaratra, Gurjara-bhumi or Gurjara-mandala would thus only mean land or Mandala of Gurjars (Gujars or Gujjars).
|Gurjaras of Nandipuri or Nadol 
Nagabhata I (750–780)
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