Consider the following events in the history of India:
1.Rise of Pratiharas under King Bhoja
2.Establishment of Pallava power under Mahendravarman – I
3.Establishment of Chola Parantaka I
4.Pala dynasty founded by Gopala
What is the correct chronological order of the above events, starting from the earliest time ?(2020)
c) 2 -4-1-3
The Pallava dynasty existed from 275 CE to 897 CE, ruling a portion of southern India. Pallavas became a major power during the reign of Mahendravarman I (571–630 CE) who ruled the Southern portion of present-day Andhra region and Northern regions of what forms present-day Tamil Nadu.
Pala dynasty reigned in Bihar and Bengal from the 8th to the 12th century. Its founder, Gopala (750-770 CE), was a local chieftain who rose to power in the mid- eighth century during a period of anarchy.
According to a contemporary Arab account from 851 CE, Raja Mihir Bhoja (840–851 CE), the greatest of the Pratihara kings, was among the princes of India that battled against the Arab invaders.
The Chola Empire was founded by Vijayalaya. The reign of the Cholas began in the 9th century when they defeated the Pallavas to come into power.