The Last Hindu ruler of North India was Harsha Vardhana

The capital of Harsha was Kanouj

The original Name of Harsha was Siladitya

Heuan Tsang, the Chinese Traveler visited India during his region

Banabatta, the court poet of Harsha, wrote Harshacharita and Kadambari

Harsha was a great patron of art and literature.

Harsha wrote Ratnavali, Priyadarshika and Nagananda

Pulakesin II, a Chalukya king defeated Harsha vardhana.

The Aihole inscription gives information about the conquest of Pulikesin -II

Pulikesin II belogned to the Chalukya dynasty of Vadapi

Pulikesin II was an important ruler of Chalukya Kingdom

Chalukya rulers were built the magnificent temples of Belur and Halebid

Mahendravarman I and Pulikesin II are the contemporaries of Harshavardhana

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