Many Kannada and Sanskrit scholars prospered during his rule, including, Mahaviracharya who wrote Ganita-sara-samgraha, Jinasena, Virasena, Shakatayan and Sri Vijaya (the Kannada language theorist). He moved the Rashtrakuta regal capital from Mayurkhandi in the Bidar district to Manyakheta in the Gulbarga district in the modern Karnataka state. He is said to have built the regal city to "match that of Lord Indra". He wrote the Kavirajamarga, the earliest extant literary work in Kannada, and Prashnottara Ratnamalika, a religious work in Sanskrit. During his rule he held such titles as Nripatunga, Atishadhavala, Veeranarayana, Rattamarthanda and Srivallabha. He was a devoted follower of Jainism. Amoghavarsha I was an accomplished poet and scholar. The capital city was planned to include elaborately designed buildings for the royalty using the finest of workmanship. Historians have compared him to the legendary Emperor Ashoka for his religious temperament and love of peace. Amoghavarsha I, (800–878) C. E. was a Rashtrakuta king, the greatest ruler of the Rashtrakuta dynasty, and one of the great kings of India. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles!
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