Gurjaras of Lata

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Dadda I founded the a kingdom at Po-lu-ka-cha-po (Bharigukacchapa or Bhrigukaccha, i.e., Baroach) in Lata region.[1]

Dadda II[edit]

Dadda II gave protection to one of the Harsha's vanquished adversaries, Dhruvasena II in c. 632.[2][3]

Dadda III[edit]

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.[4] 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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rama Shankar Tripathi (1989). History of Kanauj: To the Moslem Conquest. Motilal Banarsidass Publ. p. 108. ISBN 812080404X, ISBN 978-81-208-0404-3. 
  2. ^ Pran Nath Chopra (2003). A comprehensive history of ancient India. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd. p. 178. ISBN 8120725034,ISBN 978-81-207-2503-4. 
  3. ^ Sailendra Nath Sen (1999). Ancient Indian History and Civilization. New Age International. p. 250. ISBN 8122411983, 9788122411980. 
  4. ^ Vibhuti Bhushan Mishra (1973). Religious beliefs and practices of North India during the early medieval period. BRILL. p. 148. ISBN 9004036105, ISBN 978-90-04-03610-9.