|Reign||c. 469 – c. 529 CE|
|Western Ganga kings |
Avinita (469–529 CE) was the Western Ganga Dynasty king who ascended the throne after King Madhava III. He was followed to the throne by his son, Durvinita, though Durvinita was not his choice. Jain Acharya Vijaykirti was his teacher and advisor.
| Western Ganga dynasty
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