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Amoghavarsha

Amoghavarsha succeeded after his father Govinda III.

Amoghavarsha being young several feudatory chiefs revolted against him.

Vikramaditya II of Eastern Chalukyas drove Bhimasaluki from Vengi.

Amoghavarsha made concilation with Vikramaditya II by giving his sister in marriage to Vishnuvardhana IV.

Western Gangaraja, Neetimarugu, declared independence. But Amoghavarsha defeated him and gave back his kingdom and gave his daughter in marriage to the son of Gangaraja.

Amoghavarsha defeated Gunaga vijayaditya of Eastern Chalukyas.

Amoghavarsha built Manyakheta and shifted the capital from Ellora to Manyakhetam.

Kaviraja Margam and Ratnamalika were written by Amoghavarsha.

He greatly patronized Jainisam. He was a peace loving king.

Ginasena was his court poet.

The Arab travellar Suleman visited the court of Amoghavarsha.

Amoghavarsha was succeeded by his son Krishna II.