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- India. The district was created as "Bhilsa District" in 1904 by joining the tehsils of Vidisha (also known as Bhilsa) and Basoda, but not Basoda State,...
- Jalaluddin, and the governorship of Awadh in 1296 after a profitable raid on Bhilsa. In 1296, Alauddin raided Devagiri, and acquired loot to stage a successful...
- Alauddin Khalji (then known as Ali Gurshasp) raided the Paramara city of Bhilsa in 1293 CE. He damaged the city's Hindu temples, and looted a large amount...
- Chahamana capital Ranthambore. During his reign, his nephew Ali Gurshasp raided Bhilsa in 1293 and Devagiri in 1296. Jalal-ud-din, who was around 70 years old...
- Sanchi. The district was created as "Bhilsa District" in 1904 by joining the tehsils of Vidisha (also known as Bhilsa) and Basoda, but not Basoda State,...
- kingdoms to raise money towards this objective. During his 1293 raid on Bhilsa, he had come to know about the immense wealth of the Yadava capital of Devagiri...
- (Yadava) Prataparudra II (Kakatiya) Ballala III (Hoysala) Northern campaigns Bhilsa (1293) Multan (1296) Gujarat (1299 and 1304) Ranthambore (1301) Chittor...
- (Yadava) Prataparudra II (Kakatiya) Ballala III (Hoysala) Northern campaigns Bhilsa (1293) Multan (1296) Gujarat (1299 and 1304) Ranthambore (1301) Chittor...
- succeeded by Arjunavarman II, a weak ruler. Rahatgarh Atru Modi Mandhata Bhilsa (Vidisha) Pathari Several inscriptions from Jayavarman reign, in Sanskrit...
- the chief were Lashkar, Morar, Gwalior, Guna, Bhind, Bhilsa, Narwar, Ujjain and Chanderi. Bhilsa, Morena, Ujjain and Guna were the chief centres for the...
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