Narasimhagupta Baladitya

Narasimhagupta Baladitya was a ruler of Gupta Empire. He succeeded Budhagupta in 495 A.D. He was son of Purugupta through his queen Chandradevi. Huna ruler Toramana was succeeded by his son Mihirkula in about 515 A.D. Yashodharman of Malwa defeated Mihirkula, but Hunas were still not completely sent out of India. Later Mihikula attacked the Gupta empire and was initially successful to force the Gupta emperor to pay tribute to him, but later Narashimhagupta was able to defeat Mihirkula, but his life was spared on the intercession of his mother. Mihirkula sought refuge in Kashmir as his brother had usurped the throne. Later Mihirkula headed a rebellion against Kashmir throne and became the ruler of Kashmir. Shrimitradevi was the queen consort of Narasimhagupta. He was succeeded by his son Kumaragupta III.