The Chaulukya dynasty, also known as the Chalukyas of Gujarat, ruled parts of what are now Gujarat and Rajasthan in north-western India, between c. 940 CE and c. 1244 CE. Their capital was located at Anahilavada. At times, their rule extended to the Malwa region in …
A Chaulukya-Paramara coin, circa 950-1050 CE. Stylized rendition of Chavda dynasty coins: Indo-Sassanian style bust right; pellets and ornaments around / Stylised fire altar; pellets around.
A 1010 CE copper-plate inscription from the reign of Durlabharaja
Ruins of the Somnath temple, 1869
Image: Chaulukyas of Anahillapataka King Kumarapala Circa 1145 1171