Vikramaditya V

Vikaramaditya V (r. 1008–1015 CE) succeeded Satyashraya on the Western Chalukya throne. Vikramaditya was born to Dashavarman (alias Yashovarman), the younger son of the dynasty's founder Tailapa II, and his wife Bhagyavati.[1] He was Satyashraya's nephew and had a very uneventful short reign.

Vikramaditya V was followed on the throne by his brother Jayasimha II in 1015.

Preceded by
Satyashraya
Western Chalukyas
1008–1015
Succeeded by
Jayasimha II

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  • Nilakanta Sastri, K. A. (1955). A History of South India, OUP, New Delhi (Reprinted 2002).
  • K. A. Nilakanta Sastri (1960). "The Chāḷukyas of Kalyāṇi and the Kalachuris of Kalyāṇi". In Ghulam Yazdani (ed.). The Early History of the Deccan Parts. 1 (Parts I-IV). Oxford University Press. pp. 315–468. OCLC 59001459.