Gold coins attributed to Harsha depict on the reverse
The famous commentator of Vedic literature, associated with the Paramaras was
Who among the following exposed the evils of contemporary society by his satirical writings?
Who among the following was the patron of the Kota school of painting?
Umed singh was the patron of the Kota School of Painting. The Kota school of painting is one of the finest examples of this technique. Kota paintings are known for their depiction of nature and hunting scenes. Painting comprises a very integral part of Rajasthani culture. Woven into these splendid visuals are images of everyday life of the olden times. The development of miniature paintings has been one of the most important contributions of Rajasthan to Indian art.
Rajashekhara, the author of ‘Karpuramanjari’, was the teacher of
Who among the following has been criticized by Kalhana for confiscating the temple treasure?
Harsha has been criticised by Kalhana for confiscating the temple. Harsha (r.1089-1111) started out as a capable and noble king. Then ran into financial trouble because of his spending habits, and became an evil person. For the gold, he started raiding temples and started destroying statues. Harsha never felt himself as a “Hindu” king per se as there was no people who felt themselves to be “Hindus” in those days.
Who among the following levied Turushka-danda?
Which of the following sources provides a vivid description of Sindh?
Kumardevi, the Queen of Govinda Chandra Gahadavala, constructed Dharmachakra-jina-vihar at
Harsha had assumed the title
Harsha had assumed the title Parama-Maheswara. An early copper plate grant of king Dantidurga (753) shows an image of god Shiva and the coins of his successor, king Krishna I (768), bears the legend Parama-Maheshwara (another name for Shiva). The kings’ titles such as Veeranarayana showed their Vaishnava leanings. Their flag had the sign of the Ganges and Yamuna rivers, perhaps copied from the Badami Chalukyas.