Mauryan Empire Conquest Of Magadha
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- The mighty Mauryas
- One of their most powerful allies was the Prime Minister of the kingdom Rakshasa. With help from these people, Dhana was deposed and Magadha fell into Maurya hands. Chandragupta then set about building his empire, with its capital at Pataliputra.
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- Alexander the Great crossed the Indus River in 326 B.C. to conquer India, but after the battle of the Hydaspes his army mutinied, refusing to fight further east across the Hyphasis River.
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- The empire was founded in 321 BCE by Chandragupta Maurya after overthrowing the then reigning Nanda dynasty King Dhana. Chandragupta expanded his power westwards across central and western India by taking advantage of the disruptions of local ...
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- Chandra Gupta Maurya: The 20-year-old boy who defeated one of the most hated Nanda kings, Dhana Nanda, Chandra Gupta Maurya went on to establish the biggest empire seen in Indian history during his reign between 322 BC and 298 BC.
- Back to the future
- The ebb and flow of the water and the resulting fertile soil had made the Magadha region in southwestern Bihar the cradle of many great Indian empires, including the Nandas, the Mauryas and the Guptas.
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