Amoghavarsha II

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Amoghavarsha II
Reign929 - 930 CE
Rashtrakuta Emperors (753-982)
Dantidurga (735 - 756)
Krishna I (756 - 774)
Govinda II (774 - 780)
Dhruva Dharavarsha (780 - 793)
Govinda III (793 - 814)
Amoghavarsha (814 - 878)
Krishna II (878 - 914)
Indra III (914 -929)
Amoghavarsha II (929 - 930)
Govinda IV (930 – 936)
Amoghavarsha III (936 – 939)
Krishna III (939 – 967)
Khottiga (967 – 972)
Karka II (972 – 973)
Indra IV (973 – 982)
Tailapa II
(Western Chalukyas)
(973-997)

Amoghavarsha II (ruled 929–930) was a Rashtrakuta ruler. He succeeded his father Indra III upon his death, and was himself assassinated by his brother and successor, Govinda IV.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chakrabarty, Dilip K. (2010). The Geopolitical Orbits of Ancient India: The Geographical Frames of the Ancient Indian Dynasties. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199088324. Retrieved 25 December 2017.

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Preceded by
Indra III
Rashtrakuta Emperor
929–930
Succeeded by
Govinda IV