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Narasimhavarman II or Narasimha Varma II(r. 700 - 729 CE), popularly known as Rajasimha Pallava, was a ruler of the Pallava kingdom. Sen states Narasimhavarman, or Rajamalla, reigned from 695 to 722 AD. Rajasimha is credited with the construction of the Shore Temple, Isvara and Mukunda Temples in Mahabalipuram, the Panamalai Temple in South Arcot, plus the Kailasanathar Temple. Rajasimha's reign was period of great literary and architectural advancements and he is often grouped by historians with Mahendravarman I and Narasimhavarman I as one of the greatest Pallava rulers.

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  • Narasimhavarman II or Narasimha Varma II(r. 700 - 729 CE), popularly known as Rajasimha Pallava, was a ruler of the Pallava kingdom. Sen states Narasimhavarman, or Rajamalla, reigned from 695 to 722 AD. Rajasimha is credited with the construction of the Shore Temple, Isvara and Mukunda Temples in Mahabalipuram, the Panamalai Temple in South Arcot, plus the Kailasanathar Temple. Rajasimha's reign was period of great literary and architectural advancements and he is often grouped by historians with Mahendravarman I and Narasimhavarman I as one of the greatest Pallava rulers. (en)
  • Нарасімха-варман II (*இரண்டாம் நரசிம்மவர்மன், д/н —728) — махараджахіраджа імперії Паллавів у 700–728 роках, поет, покровитель мистецтва. (uk)
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  • Mahendravarman III, Paramesvaravarman II (en)
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  • Narasimhavarman II or Narasimha Varma II(r. 700 - 729 CE), popularly known as Rajasimha Pallava, was a ruler of the Pallava kingdom. Sen states Narasimhavarman, or Rajamalla, reigned from 695 to 722 AD. Rajasimha is credited with the construction of the Shore Temple, Isvara and Mukunda Temples in Mahabalipuram, the Panamalai Temple in South Arcot, plus the Kailasanathar Temple. Rajasimha's reign was period of great literary and architectural advancements and he is often grouped by historians with Mahendravarman I and Narasimhavarman I as one of the greatest Pallava rulers. (en)
  • Нарасімха-варман II (*இரண்டாம் நரசிம்மவர்மன், д/н —728) — махараджахіраджа імперії Паллавів у 700–728 роках, поет, покровитель мистецтва. (uk)
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  • Narasimhavarman II (en)
  • Нарасімхаварман II (uk)
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