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Pulakesin Ii

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II. But the inscriptions of Pulakesin II claim a victory over Harsha. In this case it is.
Embassy at the Court of Pulakesin II ", which is supposed to represent the diplomatic relations between.
the younger brother of Pulakesin II, give the name of Kubja-Visnuvardhana as .
the Aihole inscription of Pulakesin II, it seems that a Maurya dynasty was ruling over Pulakesin II, the Chalukya ruler.
UNIT-IV : Kushans and Guptas: (a) Harsha: Conquests and Achievements. (b) Chalukyas : Pulakesin II. (c) Chalukya Art.

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He died leaving behind his three sons - Pulakesin II, Vishnuvardhana and Buddhavarasa. However, since his sons were minors at the time of his death, Kirtivarman's brother Mangalesa ruled as regent.

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Indian History - The Chalukyas
Pulakesin II was the son of Kirtivarman. He was the the greatest ruler of the Chalukya dynasty. He ruled for almost 34 years.
Raja PULAKESIN II 608/642, was the greatest ruler of the Chalukya dynasty.
Ancient History - Culture and Heritage - Know India: National Portal
In 620 A.D. Harshavardhana invaded the Chalukya kingdom in the Deccan, which was then ruled by Pulakesin II.
Badami Chalukyas
Pulakesin II (611—642 A.D.): When Pulakesin II became an adult he claimed the throne for himself which was desisted by his uncle Mangalesa.

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