Harsha Pala

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Harsha Pala
King of Kamarupa
Dynasty Pala
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Harsha Pala was son of Go Pala, the ruler of Pala Dynasty of Kamarupa Kingdom and Queen Nayana. He ruled for the period 1015-1035 A.D.[1]

Copper plate description of Dharma Pala states that famous and spirited king Go Pala had a wife of the name of Nayana of noble reputation. She bore a son the illustrious Harsha Pala who was like the lamp of the Pala line and whose reputation spread over the three worlds.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Choudhury, P. C, The History of Civilisation of the People of Assam to the Twelfth Century A.D 

Further reading[edit]

  • Vasu, Nagendranath, The Social History of Kamarupa 
  • Tripathi, Chandra Dhar, Kāmarūpa-Kaliṅga-Mithilā:a politico-cultural alignment in Eastern India : history, art, traditions, Indian Institute of Advanced Study 
  • Wilt, Verne David, Kamarupa 
  • Gorakhpuri, Raghupatisahaya, Kamarupa 
  • Majumdar, Ramesh Chandra, Ancient India 
  • Kapoor, Subodh, Encyclopaedia of ancient Indian geography 
  • Sen, Sailendra Nath, Ancient Indian History and Civilization 
  • Kapoor, Subodh, The Indian encyclopaedia: biographical, historical, religious, administrative, ethnological, commercial and scientific 
  • Sarkar, Ichhimuddin, Aspects of historical geography of Prāgjyotiṣa-Kāmarūpa (ancient Assam) 
  • Deka, Phani, The great Indian corridor in the east 
  • Pathak, Guptajit, Assam's history and its graphics 
  • Samiti, Kāmarūpa Anusandhāna, Readings in the history & culture of Assam