Jayasimha

People called Jayasimha ("victory-lion"):

  • Eastern Chalukyas
    • Jayasimha I (641–673)
    • Jayasimha II (706–718)
  • Western Chalukyas
    • Jayasimha II (1015–1042)
  • Paramara kings
    • Jayasimha I (c. 1055–c. 1060)
    • Jayasimha II (c. 1269–c. 1274)

Other articles related to "jayasimha":

Jayasimha II
... Jayasimha II (1015 – 1042 CE) (also known as Jagadekhamalla and Mallikamoda) succeeded his brother Vikramaditya V on the Western Chalukya throne ... Jayasimha had to fight on many fronts to protect his kingdom ...
Jayasimha II - Vengi Conflicts
... In 1032 Vijayaditya again with the help of Jayasimha drove Rajaraja Narendra out and made himself king ... Vijayaditya sought refuge in Jayasimha's court ... Jayasimha was succeeded by his son Somesvara I Ahavamalla in 1042 ...
Jayasimha II - Wars With Cholas
... Soon after his accession, Jayasimha tried to retrieve the losses suffered by Satyasraya ... Jayasimha utilised this opportunity and got involved in the politics of the Eastern Chalukyas ... In 1018 Jayasimha crossed the Tungabhadra and occupied parts of the Vengi kingdom in support of the claims of Vijayaditya VII to the Vengi throne against his step brother Rajaraja Narendra ...
Vikramaditya V
... son of Dashavarman,the brother of Satyasraya.Dashavarman had three son Vikramaditya V,Jayasimha I and Ayanna II and a daughter Akkadevi.Satyasraya even has three sons ... Vikramaditya was followed on the throne by his brother Jayasimha II in 1015 ... Chalukyas 1008–1015 Succeeded by Jayasimha II ...