Karka II

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Karka II (972–973 CE) succeeded his uncle Kottigga Amoghavarsha to the Rashtrakuta throne. He had military successes against the Cholas, Pandyas, Gurjaras. His able feudatory, the Western Ganga King Marasimha II defeated the Pallavas. But the weaknesses created by the earlier plunder of Manyakheta by Paramara King Siyaka II exposed the Rashtrakutas to further depredation who did not survive for long. During this time of confusion, Chalukya Tailapa II declared independence and killed Karka II.

References[edit]

  • Reu, Pandit Bisheshwar Nath (1997) [1933]. History of The Rashtrakutas (Rathodas). Jaipur: Publication scheme. ISBN 81-86782-12-5. 
  • Kamath, Suryanath U. (2001) [1980]. A concise history of Karnataka : from pre-historic times to the present. Bangalore: Jupiter books. LCCN 80905179. OCLC 7796041. 

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Preceded by
Khottiga Amoghavarsha
Rashtrakuta Emperor
972–973
Succeeded by
Indra IV