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    Bhoj first or ‘Mihir bhoj’ was the most glorious and great ruler of the Gurjar Pratihar dynasty. He ruled for fifty years (850 to 900 AD). His original name was ‘Mihir’ and ‘Bhoj’ was the total name or surname. His kingdom was extended to the Himalayas in the north, Narmada in the south, Bengal in the east and Satluj in the west, which can be called the empire in the right sense. The banquet was specially worshiped by Lord Vishnu, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, so he had engraved Adi-Varahah on his coins.

    Mihira Bhoja is considered to be the greatest king of the Pratihar dynasty. They ruled for almost 50 years. Their empire was vast and under which they came in the regions which are the states of modern India, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Orissa, Gujarat, Himachal etc.

    Mihir Bhoja was a devotee of Lord Vishnu and in some coins he was also considered as Adiwara. A place named Mehroli was named after him. Some parts of the National Highway 24 are known as Gujjar Samrat Mihirbhos Marg.
    Samrat Mihir Bhoja ruled for 49 years from 836 to 885 AD. The expanse of Mihir Bhoj’s empire stretched from Multan to West Bengal and from Kashmir to Karnataka. These Dharam Rakshas were the supreme devotees of the emperor Shiva. Details about the life of Emperor Mihir Bhoj in the Prabhas section of the Skanda Purana. After ruling for 50 years, he handed over the throne to his son Mahendra Pal and went to the forest for the Sanyasavrita. In the book, Srilite Tuarikh, written during the journey of the Arab traveler Suleiman, in 851 AD, the emperor Mihir Bhoj was declared the greatest enemy of Islam. It has also praised the great army of Mihir Bhoj, along with the boundaries of the state of Mihir Bhoja in the south of the state of Rajkoots, in the east of Bengal Bengal is said to have touched the ruler and limitations of rulers of Multan in West
    Coins of Mihira Bhoja
    The Lord of the Gujjar emperor, Mihira Bhoja, on the coins of the great ones, as the incarnation of Lord Vishnu

    Is known. By God, God had killed the diamond monster and protected the Earth from the hollow. The name of Gujjar Samrat Mihir Bhoj is also known as Varah. There are two reasons behind this
    1. Just as the Lord protected the earth by destroying the diamond tree, by the way, Mihira Bhoja protected the motherland by killing the males.

    2. Second reason, the Gujjar emperor was born to Varah Jayanti which is the second part of the Shukla Paksha of the month of the month. According to Sanatan Dharma, seeing this moon on this day is considered very auspicious. Two days after this day, the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi begins in Maharashtra. In places where the birth of Mihir Bhoj is known, they celebrate this birth anniversary with great fanfare.
    Empire of Mihira Bhoja
    Solanki of Gujarat and the Kalchuri Union of Tripura together with the two sides attacked the capital Dhar of Bhoj first and destroyed the capital. After the banquet first, ruler Jaisingh surrendered before the enemies and lost his right from Malwa. Under the Bhoj first empire, some parts of Malwa, Konkan, Khandesh, Bhilsa, Dungarpur, Banswara, Chittor and Godavari were included. He made Ujjain the place of his new capital, Dhar.
    Mihira Bhoja as master of arts
    Mihira Bhoja was the first to be a mighty ruler, as well as a liberal patron of scholar and arts and art. Due to his scholarship he had assumed the title of ‘kaviraj’. He wrote some important texts, such as ‘Samarangan Sutradhar’, ‘Saraswati Kanthbharan’, ‘Siddantya Rakshas’, ‘Rajkatarad’, ‘Yuksutravrapana’, ‘Vidya Vinod’, ‘Vyas Kalpataru’, ‘Charu Chabha’, ‘Aditya Pratap Sidhantha’ , ‘Ayurveda Sarvar Shringar Prakash’, ‘Prakriti Grammaran’, ‘Kurmashtik’, ‘Shringar Manjari’, ‘Bhojchampu’, ‘Kriya Kalpataru’, ‘Elephant Prakash’, ‘Shabadanushasan’, ‘Rajshamad’ etc. Based on the description of ‘Ina-e-Akbari’, it is believed that there were about 500 books in his court.

    Bhaskarbhatta, Damodar Mishra, Dhanpal etc. were among prominent poets of Bhoj first. There was an appointment in his time that he used to give one hundred thousand crores to every poet on every stanza. On his death, the wise men were grieved, according to a famous folklore – both his education and scholar, both of them were devastated.
    Construction work by Mihira Bhoja
    Mihira Bhoja first established his capital Dhar as an important center of learning and art. Here Bhoj has built many palaces and temples, in which the Saraswati temple is the most important. Her other works are ‘Kedareshwar’, ‘Rameshwar’, ‘Somnath Sudar’ and other temples. In addition Bhoj first had constructed a lake called Bhojpur Nagar and Bhojasen. He used to hold against ‘Tribhuvan Narayan’, ‘Universal’, ‘Malva Chakravarti’.
    Name of Mihira Bhoja
    Mihira Bhoja first had the titles of ‘Adiwara’ and ‘Prabhas’. He used the names ‘Mihirbhoj’ (in Gwalior records), ‘Prabas’ (in Daulatpur records), ‘Adivarah’ (Gwalior Quadrilateral records) and ‘Dramma’ coins of silver. Sun Chandra built on coins is a proof of his chakravartin.
    Respect to Mihira Bhoja
    The National Highway 24 connects Lucknow from Delhi, also named after Gurjar Samrat Mihir Bhoj, and the Nizamuddin Bridge in Delhi, from which the highway starts. There, the Delhi government has planted a large stone which is written on the Gurjar Samrat Mihir Bhoj National Highway. The Akshardham Temple of Swami Narayan Sampradaya situated on this highway. The temple of Gurdar Samrat Mihir Bhoj is located in the temple of Akshardham temple, and it has been written on Maharaja Gurjar Mihir Bhoj Mahan.

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