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pratihars

320 - 600 - gupta 606 - 647 - harshavardhana 546 - 800 - karkota 730 - 1197 - palas senas 750 - 920 - pratihars 950 - 1947 - rajput
423 - 753 - chalukya 753 - 973 - rashtrakut 973 - 1190 - chalukya 1190 - 1310 - yadav
850 - 1048 - cholas 1190 - 1312 - hoysalas 1190 - 1321 - kaktiyas

Pratiharas 750-920sAD

The greatest ruler of the Pratihara dynasty was Mihir Bhoja. He recovered Kanauj (Kanyakubja) by 836, and it remained the capital of the Pratiharas for almost a century. He built the city Bhojpal (Bhopal). Raja Bhoja and other vallent Gujara kings, faced and defeated many attacks of the Arabs from west. Between 915-918AD, Kanauj was attacked by a Rashtrakuta king, who devastated the city leading to the weakening of the Pratihara empire. In 1018, Kannauj then ruled by Rajyapala Pratihara was sacked by Mahmud of Gazni. The empire broke into independent Rajput states
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