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Lohara Dynasty

The Lohara dynasty were Hindu rulers of Kashmir between 1003-1320 AD.

The dynsty was founded in 1003 AD.

The founder of this dynaty was Samgramaraja.

The centre of Lohara dynasty was at Lohran.

The history of this dynasty was described in the Rajatarangini, written by Kalhana in the mid-twelfth Century.

First Lohara dynasty: Samgramaraja(1003-28 AD). During his reign Sultan Muhammad of Gazni made unsuccessful attempt to annex Kashmir.

Hariraja, Ananta(1028-63 AD), Kalasa, Utkarsa and Harsa(1089-1101 AD) were the rulers of this dynasty.

Second Lohara dynasty: Uccala, Radda, Salhana, Sussala and Jayasimha were the rulers of this dynasty.

The last ruler of this dynasty was Suhadeva.

The dynasty came to end in 1320.

The Lohara Dynasty led to decline of Buddhism.