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Sarvasena (rc. 330 – c. 355 CE– ) was a king of the Vakataka dynasty and the founder of the Vatsagulma branch of the line. He took on the title of Dharma-maharaja and was likely an accomplished poet in Prakrit. Later writers extolled his lost work, the Harivijaya, and some of his verses were also included in the Gathasattasai. He was succeeded by his son, Vindhyashakti II.[1]

Sarvasena
Reignc. 330 – c. 355 CE
SuccessorVindhyasena
HouseVakataka dynasty
Vakataka dynasty
250–500 CE
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Vindhyashakti (250–270)
Pravarasena I (270–330)
Pravarapura–Nandivardhana branch
Rudrasena I (330–355)
Prithivishena I (355–380)
Rudrasena II (380–385)
Prabhavatigupta (regent) (385–405)
Divakarasena (385–400)
Damodarasena (400–440)
Narendrasena (440–460)
Prithivishena II (460–480)
Vatsagulma branch
Sarvasena (330–355)
Vindhyasena (355–400)
Pravarasena II (400–415)
Unknown (415–450)
Devasena (450–475)
Harishena (475–500)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Singh, Upinder (2009). A history of ancient and early medieval India : from the Stone Age to the 12th century. New Delhi: Pearson Longman. pp. 482–484. ISBN 978-81-317-1677-9. Retrieved 10 August 2016.