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According Ajanta Arabs Badami belonged Bengal Bhaskara-varman Brahmana Buddha Buddhist called capital caves Chalukya king Chandra-gupta charters chief Chinese Chola coins conquered conquest dated A.D. death Deccan defeated District doubt dynasty Eastern eighth century evidence feudatory Ganga Gauda grant Gujarat Gupta emperor Gupta empire Gurjara Harsha Harsha-vardhana Hiuen Tsang Hunas identified imperial inscription Jain Kadamba Kalachuri Kalidasa Kalinga Kanauj Kanchi Kashmir kingdom known Kosala Krishna Kumara-gupta Kushana large number Later Guptas Lichchhavi Magadha Maharaja Mahendra-varman Maitrakas Malava Malwa Maukharis mentioned Mihirakula monks Nalanda Nandi-varman Nepal Northern India Orissa Pallava Pallava king Pandya period Prakrit Pratiharas Pravarasena probably Pulakesin Pulakesin II Purana Rashtrakuta records referred regarded region regnal reign royal ruled ruler Saka Samudra-gupta Sanskrit Sasanka scholars seventh century A.D. Siladitya Sindh Siva sixth century A.D. Skanda-gupta South succeeded successor temple throne tion Vakataka Valabhi varman Vikramaditya Vishnu Vishnukundin Western Yasovarman