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Narasimhavarma I
Narasimhavarma I was the son of Mahendravarma I.
Narasimhavarma I ruled from 630 to 660 A.D.
He was greatest among the rulers of Pallava Dynasty.
He defeated and killed Pulakesi II, the Badami Chalukya ruler, in the battle of Manimangalam and burnt the capital city Badami(Vatapi) into ashes.
He also defeated cholas and Pandyas.
Narasimhavarma I restored Manavarma, the Singhalese refugee in his court on the throne of Ceylon.
He had the title of "Mahamalla".
He built a port town called Mamallapuram(Mahabalipuram).
He built Pagodas(small temples) called Pancha Pandava Rathas in Mahabalipuram.
The Chinese pilgrim Hieun-Tsang visited the court of Narasimhavarma I in 642 A.D.
The poet Bharavi lived in the court of Narasimhavarma I.

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