Correct Answer : Option (B) - 1, 3, 4 and 6
After the decline of the Guptas, the Later Guptas succeeded as the rulers of Magadha during early seventh century. They ruled parts of northern Including Magadha (current day Bihar). So, Item 1 is correct.
The Paramara dynasty ruled the western and central parts of India including Malwa, between 9th and14th century AD, before being captured by Delhi Sultanate rulers. So, Item 2 is not correct.
The Pushyabhutis of Thanesar (current day Haryana) ruled various parts of Northern India during 6th and 7th century AD. So, Item 3 is correct.
The Maukharis dynasty ruled over parts of Uttar Pradesh and Magadha including Kannauj. The dynasty ruled till around 606 AD, when it was reconquered by the Later Guptas. So, Item 4 is correct.
The Yadavas of Devagiri ruled from around 1187 to 1317 AD in western parts of India. So, Item 5 is not correct.
The Maitrakas of Valabhi ruled western and northern parts of current day Gujarat during late 5th century to late 8th century AD. So, Item 6 is correct.