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11. Indian Monarchs ( Historical )




any more battles. Following the path of lord Buddha, he actively engaged himself in spreading Buddism, sent his son Mahendra and daughter Sangh Mitra abroad to spread the message of Buddha. Got constructed minarets and muths for the general public. He ruled from 273 BC. to 232 BC.

8. Pushya Mitra - The last king of Maurya dynasty , Brihadrath was killed by his commander, Pushyamitra who himself became the king and established Sung dynasty. This dynasty ruled from the year 185 BC to 73 BC.

9. Vasudev - The end of Sung dynasty came when Vasudev took over and started Kanva dynasty.

10. Kanishka - He was the mighty king of Kushan dynasty who became king in 78 AD. His domain was spread from central Asia to Vindhya and from Bihar to Afghanistan. He made Purushpur (Peshawar) his capital.

11. Chandra Gupta I - Established the famous Gupta dynasty in India in the year 320 AD. His domain was limited to Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

12. Samudra Gupta - Son of Chandra Gupta I. He became king in the year 325 AD and remained till 375 AD. He extended his empire from Hoogli in the east to Yamuna and Chambal and from Himalayas to Narmada. He is called Nepoleon of India.

13. Chandra Gupta II (Vikramaditya) - He was the king from the year 380 AD to 413 AD. Gupta dynasty flourished to the maximum extent during his period. He expanded his empire to Gujarat, Kathiavad and Ujjain. The iron pillar near Kutub Minar was built by him. The architecture, literatures arts and science were at its peak in his time. Therefore Gupta period is called the Golden Era of Indian history.

14. Kumar Gupta - The son of Vikramaditya, took over the reign after his father. Kept intact the empire of his father.

15. Skand Gupta - The son of Kumar Gupta. He also maintained the regime of his father and grandfather well, as well as kept the tradition of best education in the form of Nalanda, Taxila, Ujjain and Sarnath universities.

16. Harsh Vardhan - He was the king of Thaneshwar and ruled between the years 606 and 647 AD. He extended his kingdom .......


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