The term Rajput denotes a tribe or clan, the members of which claimed themselves as Kshatriyas belonging to the ‘solar’ or lunar’ dynasties.
The Hunas, Gurjaras and the other allied tribes who entered India during the 5th and 6th centuries merged themselves with the Indians, just as their predecessors, the Greeks, the Kushanas and the Sakas had done.
The Rajput dynasties formed by the social promotion of aborigines were inimical to the Rajputs descended from foreigners.
The kingdom of the Paramara dynasty was situated to the west of that of the Kalachuri dynasty.
Dhara modern Dhar, in Madhya Pradesh, was the capital of the Paramara dynasty.
The history of the Paramara dynasty begins with the accession of Siyaka.
The death of the Rashtrakuta, Krishna III presented him an opportunity, and he declared himself independent.