A. Raja Pirthavi Raj
B. Raja Dahir
C. Raja Jay Pal
D. None of these
Submitted by: SHAFQAT ALI SIYAL
Like Charlemagne and King Arthur, the twelfth-century Indian ruler Prithviraj Chauhan stood on the cusp of two periods in a time of great change. He has often been described as “the last Hindu emperor” because Muslim dynasties of Central Asian or Afghan origin became dominant after Prithviraj Chauhan’s death.