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Someshvara II

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Someshvara II

Old Kannada inscription dated c.1068 AD of Western Chalukya King Bhuvanaikamalla Someshvara II
Western Chalukya (973-1200)
Tailapa II (957 - 997)
Satyashraya (997 - 1008)
Vikramaditya V (1008 - 1015)
Jayasimha II (1015 - 1042)
Someshvara I (1042 - 1068)
Someshvara II (1068 -1076)
Vikramaditya VI (1076 - 1126)
Someshvara III (1126 – 1138)
Jagadhekamalla II (1138 – 1151)
Tailapa III (1151 - 1164)
Jagadhekamalla III (1163 – 1183)
Someshvara IV (1184 – 1200)
Veera Ballala II
(Hoysala Empire)
(1173 - 1220)
Bhillama V
(Seuna Empire)
(1173 - 1192)
(Kakatiya dynasty)
(1158 - 1195)

Someshvara II (; ) who was administering the area around Gadag succeeded his father Someshvara I (Ahavamalla) as the Western Chalukya king. He was the eldest son of Someshvara I. During his reign Someshvara II was constantly under threat from his more ambitious younger brother Vikramaditya VI. Eventually Someshvara was deposed by Vikramaditya VI.

Chola invasion

Almost immediately after coming

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