ⓘ Harsha of Kashmir

                                     

ⓘ Harsha of Kashmir

Harsha, also Harshadeva, was a Hindu king of Kashmir, India. Harsha belonged to the Utpala dynasty, of which he was the last ruler. According to Kalhana, Harsha was built like a god and was extremely handsome. Harshas conduct has recently been a subject of discussion. Harsha started out as a capable and noble king, then ran into financial trouble because of his spending habits. He was the son of king Kalasha of Kashmir.

                                     
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