Satyasraya

Satyasraya (997–1008 CE), also known as Sattiga or Irivabedanga, was the king of the revived Western Chalukyas. Towards the end of his rule with the great Chola Rajaraja Chola I and had to face disastrous consequences of entering into a war with the Cholas which greatly endangered his own survival as well as the territorial integrity of the Western Chalukyas as a consequence of the Chola twin counter-onslaught into his kingdom. Satyasraya, like his predecessor partonised Kannada poet Ranna who compared the king to Bhima of Mahabharatha.

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