Dadda III, the Gurjara-Pratihara 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.
|Gurjaras of Nandipuri or Nadol 
Nagabhata I (750–780)
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