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- INTERMEDIATE FIRST YEAR INDIAN HISTORY SYLLABUS Unit – I
- Mauryan Empire - Chandra Gupta – Ashoka Dharma – Decline of. Mauryan Gupta Empire – Chandra Gupta-I – Samudra Gupta / Chandra Gupta-II –.
- India Empires, 300 B.C.–A.D. 550 First Empires of India In 321 B.C.
- In 321 B.C., Chandragupta Maurya used his army to defeat the king of eastern India.
- History Book_L07
- (a) Chandragupta I. The real founder of the Gupta empire was Chandragupta I ( AD 319–334). The year of his accession in A.
- Chapter 8
- Alexander's withdrawal left a political and military vacuum. Chandragupta. Maurya, a regional ruler in the Ganges plain, created a great empire in northern India.
- Les categories semantiques du Sanskrit Propositions pou un
- Maurya Empire (Chandragupta Maurya). 5. 4.
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- Chandragupta Maurya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- The Gupta Empire of India | Chandragupta I | Samudragupta
- 335-380) who conquered the Kushans and other smaller kingdoms and greatly expanded the emerging Gupta Empire. Chandragupta II (r.
- The Gupta Empire - Introduction
- The Gupta dynasty was founded by a man known as Chandra Gupta I. A classic case of history repeating itself?!
- Gupta Dynasty, A History
- Mar 1, 2002 With the results of marriage of Chandragupta-I with Kumaradevi, the Gupta dynasty came into prominence.
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