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Amoghavarsha I
Amoghavarsha I was one of the greatest rulers of the Rashtrakuta Dynasty. His reign of 64 years is one of the longest precisely dated monarchical reigns on record. He moved the Rashtrakuta capital from Mayurkhandi in Bidar district to Manyakheta in the Gulbarga district of Karnataka.
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