|5th Gurjara-Pratihara king|
|Reign||c. 833 – c. 836|
Ramabhadra (833–836) was a ruler of Gurjar Pratihar dynasty. According to Jain Prabhavakacarita, Nagabhata II was succeeded by Ramabhadra, sometimes also called Rama or Ramadeva. His mother's name was Istadevi. Ramabhadra had a brief reign of three years. He encountered many difficulties during his reign. From an inscription found at Gwalior, it is known that his empire extended to Gwalior.
Nagabhata II (800–833)
|Gurjara Pratihara Emperor
Mihira Bhoja (836–890)
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