Vikrama Chola

Vikrama Chola

Kōpparakēsarivarman Vikrama Chola was a 12th century king of the Chola empire. He succeeded his father Kulothunga Chola I to the throne in 1120 CE. A inscription of his (beginning with Pumagal Punara, etc.-) from Sidlaghatta in Karnataka mentions the Saka date 1042. Another from the same location also mentions the Saka date and also gives him the title Rajaraja.

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Vikrama Chola - Personal Life
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