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Which among the following two dynasties of the Northern India confronted with the Rashtrakutas?


The Pratiharas and the Paramaras


The Palas and the Chandelas


The Pratiharas and the Palas


The Chalukyas and the Chahamanas

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North Indian Dynasties: Towards the close of the 8th century AD, there were three great powers in India – the Palas in the east, the Gurjar-Pratiharas in the north and the Rashtrakutas in the deccan.

The tripartite struggle for the supremacy among the Palas, Partiharas and the Rashtrakutas was the desire to possess the city of Kannauj , which was then a symbol of sovereignty.

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