Yashpala Gurjar Pratihar
Yashpala or Jasapala was the last gurjar king of the once-great imperial Pratihara dynasty, ruling from 1024–1036. He succeeded his father, Trilochanapala (1018–1027). The Pratihara authority had shrunk considerably only to the city of Kannauj and the surrounding region.
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|Preceded byTrilochanapala (1018–1027)||Gurjara-Pratihara king|
(1204 CE-1036 CE)
|Succeeded bylast king of his dynasty, dynasty abolished after his death|