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King Vikramaditya I belonged to which of the following dynasty?

1. Rashtrakuta
2. Pala
3. Gurjara Pratihara
4. Chalukya

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Correct Answer - Option 4 : Chalukya
  • King Vikramaditya I belonged to the Chalukya dynasty.
  • The Chalukya dynasty was an Indian royal dynasty that ruled large parts of southern and central India between the sixth and twelfth centuries.
  • The dynasty was founded by King Pulakesin I.
  • The Western Chalukyas ruled as emperors in the Deccan India from 543 to 757 CE and again from about 975 to about 1189. 
  • The Eastern Chalukyas ruled in Vengi from about 624 to about 1070.
  • The earliest dynasty was known as the Chalukyas of Badami (or Vatapi) as they ruled from their capital Badami from the middle of the sixth century.

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