Nagabhata


Nagabhata

Nagabhata may refer to either of two kings in India in the 8th and 9th centuries:


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  • Pratihara — Im 8./9. Jh. rangen drei große Dynastien um die Vormacht in Nord und Zentralindien: die Pratihara, die Rashtrakuta und die Pala Die Pratihara waren eine Dynastie in Nordwestindien (etwa 725−1036), die den Rajputen oder deren Stamm der Gurjara… …   Deutsch Wikipedia