Short Biography of Narasimhavarman I

 Narasimhavarman I, also known as Rajasimha, was a ruler of the Pallava dynasty in South India in the 7th century CE. He is known for his military conquests, as well as his patronage of the arts and architecture, particularly in the construction of rock-cut temples. He was also known for his scholarly pursuits and his interest in Buddhism. Narasimhavarman I is considered one of the greatest kings of the Pallava dynasty and was the father of Mahendravarman I.