Kulothunga

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Kulothunga Chola II
... Kulothunga Chola II was a 12th century king of the Chola Dynasty of the Tamil people of South India ... Vikrama Chola made Kulothunga his heir apparent and coregent in 1133 CE, so the inscriptions of Kulothunga II count his reign from 1133 CE ... Kulothunga II reigned over a period of general peace and good governance ...
Sirkazhi - Culture
... The original temple was enlarged during the period of Kulothunga Chola I, Vikrama Chola, Kulothunga Chola II and Kulothunga Chola III (as in Chidambaram – 11th through the 13th centuries) ...
Later Cholas - Beginnings of The Decline
... Kulothunga Chola I was an able monarch and for the most part ruled over a vast empire ... Kulothunga established himself on the Chola throne soon overcoming the threats to the Chola Empire and had a long reign characterised by unparalleled success and prosperity ... Kulothunga lost the territories in the island of Lanka and more seriously, the Pandya territories were beginning to slip away from Chola control ...
Kulothunga Chola
... Kulothunga was the name of several later Chola kings in India Kulothunga Chola I, reigned 1070–1120 Kulothunga Chola II, reigned 1135–1150 Kulothunga Chola III, reigned ...
Somesvara II - Chalukya Civil War
... Kulothunga Chola I eventually came to the Chola throne in a confusion created by civil disturbances in which Athirajendra was assassinated ... As Vikramaditya was antagonistic towards Kulothunga, Somesvarea II went into an alliance with Kulothunga and prepared to attack Vikramaditya ... The conflict eventually occurred in 1075 when Kulothunga launched an attack on Vikramaditya ...