Vikramaditya V

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Western Chalukya (973-1200)
Tailapa II (957–997)
Satyashraya (997–1008)
Vikramaditya V (1008–1015)
Jayasimha II (1015–1042)
Someshvara I (1042–1068)
Someshvara II (1068–1076)
Vikramaditya VI (1076–1126)
Someshvara III (1126–1138)
Jagadhekamalla II (1138–1151)
Tailapa III (1151–1164)
Jagadhekamalla III (1163–1183)
Someshvara IV (1184–1200)
Veera Ballala II
(Hoysala Empire)
(1173–1220)
Bhillama V
(Seuna Empire)
(1173–1192)
Rudra
(Kakatiya dynasty)
(1158–1195)

Vikaramaditya V (r. 1008–1015 CE) succeeded Satyashraya on the Western Chalukya throne. Vikramaditya was Satyashraya's nephew and had a very uneventful short reign.

Vikramaditya V was followed on the throne by his brother Jayasimha II in 1015.

Preceded by
Satyashraya
Western Chalukyas
1008–1015
Succeeded by
Jayasimha II

References[edit]

  • Nilakanta Sastri, K. A. (1955). A History of South India, OUP, New Delhi (Reprinted 2002).