Who were the rulers of Mauryan dynasty?
The empire was led by three major emperors, Chandragupta Maurya (321-298 BCE), Bindusara (298-272 BCE), and Ashoka (272-232 BCE). Chandragupta established and spread the empire.
Who Ruled India after Mauryan Empire?
In around 187 BC, the Mauryan Empire met its end. In the present section we shall study about the political and cultural developments in the Indian subcontinent from the end of the Mauryas to the rise of the Guptas, i.e., from BC 200 and 300 AD.
Who is first king of India?
The great ruler Chandragupta Maurya, who founded Maurya Dynasty was indisputably the first king of India, as he not only won almost all the fragmented kingdoms in ancient India but also combined them into a large empire, boundaries of which were even extended to Afghanistan and towards the edge of Persia.
Who Ruled India first?
The Maurya Empire (320-185 B.C.E.) was the first major historical Indian empire, and definitely the largest one created by an Indian dynasty. The empire arose as a consequence of state consolidation in northern India, which led to one state, Magadha, in today’s Bihar, dominating the Ganges plain.
Who Ruled India most?
The Largest Empires In The History Of India
|Rank||Empire||Approximate date of maximum extent|
|1||Mauryan Empire||250 BCE|
|2||Mughal Empire||1690 CE|
|3||Gupta Empire||400 CE|
|4||Republic of India (for comparison)||Present|
Which are the dynasties ruled in India?
- Maurya Dynasty (300 BC-184 BC)
- Chandragupta Maurya (324-300 BC)
- Ashoka the great (273-236 BC)
- Kushan Dynasty (40-176 AD)
- Kanishka (78-101 or 102 AD)
- Gupta Dynasty (320-550 AD)
- Vardhana or Pushyabhuti Dynasty (560-647 AD)
- Ghazni Dynasty (962-1116 AD)