Yashodharman of Malwa
Yashodharman of Malwa ruled a large empire traversing North, East, West and Central India from 515-545 AD, a long reign. He can be called a universal monarch or a Chakravartin. He defeated the Hun King Mihirakula in the battle of Sondani and threw the Huns out of India. There is a historical victory pillar dedicated to this in Mandsaur. The famous battle happened in 528 AD, again a victory for Indian forces over the Huns, a people who were the scourge of Europe.
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