Here is a table with all the rulers of the Rashtrakuta dynasty in chronological order with their importance:
|Dantidurga||753-775 CE||Founded the Rashtrakuta dynasty and defeated the Chalukyas and the Pallavas to become the dominant power in the region.|
|Krishna I||775-814 CE||Considered to be the greatest ruler of the Rashtrakuta dynasty. He expanded the empire and commissioned the construction of many magnificent temples, including the Kailasanatha Temple at Ellora.|
|Dhruva Dharavarsha||814-878 CE||A capable ruler who maintained the empire’s power and prestige.|
|Amoghavarsha I||878-922 CE||A great patron of the arts and literature. He commissioned the writing of the Manasollasa, an encyclopaedia on art, literature, and science.|
|Krishna II||922-967 CE||A strong ruler who reasserted Rashtrakuta power in the Deccan.|
|Khottiga II||967-972 CE||A brief and uneventful reign.|
|Indra III||972-973 CE||The last ruler of the Rashtrakuta dynasty. He was overthrown by the Western Chalukyas.|
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The Rashtrakuta dynasty was a powerful empire that ruled over much of central and western India from the 8th to the 10th centuries. They were founded by Dantidurga in 753 CE, and they reached their zenith under Krishna I (783-814 CE). The Rashtrakutas were great patrons of the arts and architecture, and they commissioned the construction of many magnificent temples, including the Kailasanatha Temple at Ellora. They were also known for their military prowess, and they defeated the Chalukyas and the Pallavas to become the dominant power in the region.
The Rashtrakuta dynasty came to an end in 973 CE, when they were overthrown by the Western Chalukyas. However, their legacy continues to be felt today, and they are considered to be one of the most important dynasties in Indian history.