Rajadhiraja

Some articles on rajadhiraja:

Rajadhiraja Chola - Death On The Battlefield
... From the manner of his death, Rajadhiraja came to be known as Yanai-mel-thunjina Devar (the king who died on the back of an elephant) ... down his life on the field of battle, Rajadhiraja led the life of a warrior king and led many campaigns in person ... Rajadhiraja was first and foremost a soldier and possibly his great military talent formed the reason for his being preferred for succession against an elder brother of his ...
Rajadhiraja Chola II - Death and Succession
... Kulothunga Chola III, the successor of Rajadhiraja Chola II dates his reign from 1178 CE in his inscriptions, "though Rajadhiraja Chola II lived up to 1182 AD" ... Rajadhiraja Chola II was Kulothunga Chola III's guardian and he made him his co-regent while he was still very young ... This indicates that Rajadhiraja Chola II was succeeded by Kulothunga Chola III, when he was alive, in 1178 CE and Rajadhiraja II lived up to 1182 CE ...
Kulothunga Chola III - Military Campaigns and Political Acumen
... that had set in during the rule of his predecessors Rajaraja Chola II and Rajadhiraja Chola II ... the rule of his predecessors Rajaraja Chola II and his successor Rajadhiraja Chola II between 1146–1178 CE, "the hold of the central administration over the ... reign of Rajaraja Chola II" became more pronounced under Rajadhiraja Chola II ...
Somesvara I - Continuing Vengi Conflicts - Chola Invasion
... Rajadhiraja Chola I became the Chola king in 1042 and immediately sought to restore Chola power in Vengi ... Rajadhiraja then entered the Western Chalukya territories and sacked the fort at Kollipakkai (in present day Andhra Pradesh) ... Rajadhiraja thus enabled the Eastern Chalukya Rajaraja Narendra to get some respite ...