4 edition of A Political History of the Imperial Guptas found in the catalog.
A Political History of the Imperial Guptas
T. R. Sharma
by South Asia Books
Written in English
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Political History of Ancient India: From the Accession of Parikshit to the Extinction of the Gupta Dynasty is important because it tries to present the history of India before the rise of Buddhism in somewhere 6th Century BC, which other historians dismissed as incapable of arrangement in chronological order/5. GUPTAS, VAKATAKAS AND VARDHANAS GUPTAS: After centuries of political disintegration an empire came to be established in A.D. , under the Guptas. Although the Gupta Empire was not as large as the Maurya Empire, it kept north India politically united for more than a century. When the Gupta dynasty ascended the throne around CE,.
The present work embodies the author's investigation, carried on strictly in consonance with the aforesaid aims and objectives, into six puzzling problems of the history of the Imperial Guptas, including the homeland of the imperial Guptas, Gupta-Licchavi entente cordiale, Kacha issue, genealogy and chronology of the Later Imperial Guptas. The Guptas denied making the offer, just as they denied an allegation by former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor that she was offered the key post of public enterprise minister during a meeting at their.
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About the Book The present research work on the Imperial Guptas by Professor S.R. Goyal will blaze, we believe, a new trail in the historiography of ancient Indian political history, for it looks upon the history of the Imperial Guptas not from the traditional 'what and when happened approach' but from multidisciplinary integral standpoint in which main political developments.
The present work is a project of the University Grants Commission. The history of the Imperial Guptas has been a favourite subject of a number of historians dealing with the history of ancient India. The Gupta dynasty is known for kings who were great conquerors, capable administrators. Political History of Imperial Guptas.
The founder of Gupta dynasty was Sri Gupta. But there were other early Guptas mentioned in many inscriptions such as Shiva Gupta in Nasik Inscription and Puru Gupta in Karle Inscription. The origin of Gupta is shrouded in mystery.
THE IMPERIAL GUPTAS: A Political History von Kiran Kumar Thaplyal und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf First Edition. The present volume comprising 12 Chapters and six Appendices discusses Gupta history, based on the latest evidence.
The problems discussed critically include: the name of the first king, the bearing of Chandragupta I's marriage with Lichchhavi princess; authorship of Chandragupta I-Kumaradevi coins.
Rise and Fall of the Imperial Guptas is based of the entire source material that has come to light since when Dr. H.F. Fleet`s epoch-making work was published as Vol. III of the Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum.
Far reachinf changes in our knowledge of the history of the Guptas have been taking place in consequence of such discoveries as the Bhitari-Silver Copper Seal Reviews: 3.
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Although the Gupta Empire was not as large as the Maurya Empire, it kept north India politically united for more than a century, from A. to One of these was the Gupta Empire, which rose to imperial status within a period of 50 years from its inception and dominated the political, cultural, and economic horizons of.
The Gupta Dynasty: The Guptas gave to India a powerful imperial dynasty. From Chandragupta I to Skandagupta, the dynasty contained five emperors who ruled one after another, covering a period of one century and a half.
During this continuous rule of five generations of monarchs, the Gupta Empire enjoyed a political stability of higher order. The imperial Guptas: a political history. [Kiran Kumar Thaplyal] Home.
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The object of the following pages is to sketch the political history of Ancient India from the accession of Parikshit to the extinction of the Gupta Dynasty. The idea of the work suggested itself many years ago from observing a tendency in some of the current books to dismiss the history of the period from the Bharata war to the rise of Cited by: The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire existing from the mid-to-late 3rd century CE to CE.
At its zenith, from approximately to CE, it covered much of the Indian subcontinent. This period is considered as the Golden Age of India by some historians. The ruling dynasty of the empire was founded by the king Sri Gupta; the most notable rulers of the Capital: Pataliputra.
PDF Rise And Fall Of The Imperial Guptas Download book full free. Rise And Fall Of The Imperial Guptas available for download and read online in other formats. Category: History. Page: Further, it provides a counterpoint to scholarship in political science that engages solely with Western theories in its analysis of independent.
The Guptas inherited the administrative system of the earlier empires. The Mauryan bureaucracy, already converted into a caste, had functioned with impartial loyalty under succeeding empires. Under the Guptas we have direct allusions to viceroys, governors, administrators of provinces, and of course to ministers of the imperial government.
The Maurya Empire became a very powerful forming one of the first centralized government with a large standing army ofmen and elephants in the Indian center power of the Mauryan Empire was the king, but priests did have some political power. The capital of the Mauryan Empire was the walled and moated city of.
Get this from a library. A political history of the imperial Guptas: from Gupta to Skandagupta. [Tej Ram Sharma]. The history of the imperial Guptas after the death of Skandagupta is obsure. The official genealogy traces the imperial line from Kumaragupta through Purugupta and ignores Skandagupta.
Purugupta reigned for a brief period and the imperial line was continued by his two sons Buddhagupta and Narasimhagupta. Gupta (Gupta script: Gu-pta, fl. late 3rd century CE) was the founder of the Gupta dynasty of northern India.
He is identified with king Che-li-ki-to (believed to be the Chinese transcription of " Shri -Gupta"), who, according to the 7th century Chinese Buddhist monk Yijing, built a temple near Mi-li-kia-si-kia-po-no Dynasty: Gupta.The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire, existing from approximately to CE.
This period is called the Golden Age of India. The ruling dynasty of the empire was founded by Sri Gupta; the most notable rulers of the dynasty were Chandragupta I, Samudragupta, and Chandragupta II.Readings in Political History of India, Ancient, Medieval Modern by R.C.
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