Samudragupta

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  • The Gupta Empire : The Golden Age Of The Gupta Empire

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    Introduction & History The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire now covering India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. It lasted only slightly more than 200 years, prominent from circa 320 CE to 550 CE. With many discoveries and successes, it was the Golden Age of India. Little happened in the Gupta Empire until King Chandragupta I. During his fifteen year reign, he expanded the Empire and is considered its “true” founder. Chandragupta II brought the Empire to its peak from 380-415. According

  • The Qing Dynasty And Gupta Empire Women 's Rights

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    Christopher Valdez Period 2A Qing Dynasty and Gupta Empire Women’s Rights Women’s rights were not the same in all countries during the time of the Qing dynasty and Gupta Empire. How did women’s rights in the Qing dynasty compare to those in of India’s Gupta Empire? Women all around the world were treated differently. Some women were treated better than others but the main focus on this research paper is about the Qing dynasty and Gupta Empire. The Qing dynasty has historical background as like

  • The Causes And Fall Of The Mauryan Empire

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    The Mauryan Empire collapsed in 187 BC after the last Mauryan king, Brihadratha was killed by his general, Pushyamitra Sunga. Pushyamitra Sunga, a Brahmin, established the Sunga Dynasty that ruled Magadha till 73 BC. He was hostile to Buddhism and ordered the destruction of several Buddhist monasteries. There was a revival in Hinduism during this brief period and attempts were made to revive the caste system. The Sunga rulers believed in Vedic sacrifices such as Asvamedha, Rajsuya and Vajpeiya

  • Gupta Empire Legacy

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    one of the most influential dynasties from Ancient India, it was founded by Chandragupta I as he started to extend his empire across the northern and parts of central and western India. The first ruler Chandragupta I, was succeeded by his son, Samudragupta. The legacy of the Gupta empire have been left behind and it is prevalent in our lives today. The Gupta period was where Indian literature, art, architecture and philosophy was established. Creation of sculpture, painting and literature blossomed

  • The Gupta Era

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    The Gupta Era began in 320 CE and lasted all the way to 520 CE. During this period, Buddhism was an influence for India. Buddhist monks that were disciples of the Buddhism religion influenced education, literature, and higher learning during the Gupta Era. This spreaded across all of Gupta Empire which gave the empire a religion to mainly focus on. The Gupta empire was founded by Maharaja Sri Gupta. Buddhism went from being a not noticeable religion to a wide know religion during the Gupta era because

  • Classical Civilizations And Ancient Civilizations

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    Classical civilizations (approximately ~1000BCE to 600 CE) These emerging civilizations were much larger than the earlier ones of Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus Valley and Shang China – displaying more complex political, economic, cultural, and military organization. All civilizations traded with others and many conquered new territories. Classical civilizations include those such as Zhou and Han China, the Gupta Empire in India, and the Mediterranean civilizations of Greece and Rome. 6th C BCE:

  • The Integration Of Indian People

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    In the words of Jawaharlal Nehru, the Indian people to be united by shedding their prejudices of narrow mindedness communalism,regionalism and provincialism. This is the synthesis of the integration of the Indian people. National Integration aims at removing frictions and wielding these two communities into one nation. It also aims at bringing other diverse elements of population viz . Christians , Sikhs , Jains and Parsees and other weaker section of our society into the main stream

  • Business Environment of Pre-British India

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    BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT OF PRE-BRITISH INDIA PROJECT BY: BHAVANA BHATIA-7 REUBEN DANTES-9 CRYSTAL D’SOUZA-11 ALISHA PEREIRA-38 TANUSHREE SHARMA-47 GAURAV TALERA-52 Executive Summary It is the past which shapes what we become in the present. Most of what we do and follow today has been decided in the past which is why we have to understand who we were to become who we have to be. India is one of the few civilizations which has been in existence for more than 5000 years. India is a homogenous culture

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