Anangabhima III

Anangabhima III

Anangabhima III was a ruler of the Ganga Dynasty, which was located in India. His father, Ajaraja III became the ruler of the Dynasty in 1198, and was overrun by the Muslims of Bengal, who invaded Orissa in 1206 [ "Ganga Dynasty." Encyclopædia Britannica.] . When Anangabhima III came into power, he expelled the Muslims from his kingdom, and built the temple of Meghesvara at Bhuvanesvara. He had a son, Narasimha I, who would later invade Bengal in 1243, and captured the capitol city, Gauda ["Ganga Dynasty." Encyclopædia Britannica. ] .

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