Dadda


Dadda

Dadda I founded the Gurjara kingdom at Po-lu-ka-cha-po (Bharigukacchapa or Bhrigukaccha, i.e., Baroach).[1] Dadda II gave protection to one of the Harsha's vanquished adversaries.[2] Dadda III, the Gurjara Pratihara ruler of Bhrgukachha, was a devotee of Siva, wheres his forefathers from dadda I onwards worshipped the Sun. Dadda III is also known to have made a grant in honor of that luminary.[3] Although Dadda I, ruler of Nandol, was a friend of Maitrakas but Dadda-III, who for unknown reasons became hostile to them, wrestled Baroach from Maitrakas.

In the earliest ephigraphical records of the Gurjars of Broach, Dadda is described as belonging to the Gurjara-nrpati-vamsa i.e. it stands for the Gurjar family. Gurjaratra, Gurjara-bhumi or Gurjara-mandala would thus only mean land or Mandala of Gurjars (Gujars or Gujjars).[4]

Preceded by
Gupta Empire
Gurjaras of Nandipuri or Nadol [5]
750-780 AD
Succeeded by
Nagabhata I (750-780)

Reference

  1. ^ Rama Shankar Tripathi (1989). History of Kanauj: To the Moslem Conquest. Motilal Banarsidass Publ.. p. 108. ISBN 812080404X, ISBN 9788120804043. http://books.google.co.in/books?id=2Tnh2QjGhMQC&pg=PA108&dq. 
  2. ^ Pran Nath Chopra (2003). A comprehensive history of ancient India. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd. p. 178. ISBN 8120725034,ISBN 9788120725034. http://books.google.co.in/books?id=gE7udqBkACwC&pg=PA178&lpg. 
  3. ^ Vibhuti Bhushan Mishra (1973). Religious beliefs and practices of North India during the early mediaeval period. BRILL. p. 148. ISBN 9004036105, ISBN 9789004036109. http://books.google.co.in/books?id=LB1qhsw10IwC&pg=PA148&lpg. 
  4. ^ Manjulal Ranchholdlal Majmudar (1960). Historical and cultural chronology of Gujarat, Volume 1. Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. p. 147. 
  5. ^ Yasovarman of Kanauj. Abhinav Publications. p. 48. http://books.google.co.in/books?id=kZWgj-YMdVEC&pg=PA48&lpg. 



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