- Aspects of the topic Brihadratha are discussed in the following places at click on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
- AN INTERESTING LEGEND OF JARAIMATA TEMPLE AT
- It says that Brihadratha was the King of. Magadha.
- TRADITIONAL HATHA YOGA (THY) vs. NEO-HATHA YOGA (NHY
- Take Brihadratha for example (whose story is told in the Maitri Upanishad; brihat = lofty, mighty; ratha = warrior).
- puru Table IV - puru dynasty dynasty
- chedi-Isha. bRihad-ratha. samvaraNa kuru.
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- Nov 19, 2010 northern India from the Mauryan king Brihadratha about 185 B.C.
- THE MAURYAS, c.322-184 BC Chandragupta(Gk. Sandrokotos) c
- Brihadratha 187-185. THE SAKAS/PARTHIANS,c.130 BC.
- The Politics of Knowledge And Caste
- A group of fanatics led by Pushyamitra Shunga, a disciple of the famed grammarian Patanjali, hatched a plot and beheaded the last Mauryan king Brihadratha in 185 bce .
- Brihadratha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Brihadratha, also known as Maharatha, was the founder of the Barhadratha dynasty, the earliest ruling dynasty of Magadha.
- Brihadratha Maurya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Brihadratha Maurya was the last ruler of the Mauryan dynasty.
- Brihadratha (Mauryan emperor) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- In 185 bce the last of the Mauryas, Brihadratha, was assassinated by his Brahman commander in chief, Pushyamitra, who founded the Shunga dynasty.
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