Short Biography of Dantidurga

 Dantidurga was a king of the Rashtrakuta dynasty in India, who ruled during the 8th century AD. He came to power after overthrowing his uncle, King Krishna I, in a dynastic struggle. He is known for his military campaigns, particularly his successful invasion of the Pallava kingdom, which expanded the Rashtrakuta territory to include much of South India. He also patronized scholars and poets, and his reign saw a flourishing of literature and the arts. He also built many temples and other architectural monuments, including the Kailash Temple in Ellora, which is considered one of the most impressive rock-cut temples in India.