Chandragupta


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Chan·dra·gup·ta

 (chŭn′drə-go͝op′tə) Died c. 297 bc.
King of northern India (322?-298) and founder of a dynasty of Hindu kings of India that ruled until c. 185 bc.

Chandragupta

(ˌtʃʌndrəˈɡʊptə)
n
(Biography) Greek name Sandracottos. died ?297 bc, ruler of N India, who founded the Maurya dynasty (325) and defeated Seleucus (?305)
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The encounter between the petitioner and the magistrate in Chandragupta Maurya's court would have been direct and swift, with no place for intermediaries, today's LL.
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He is presumed to have marched through Makran across the Indus where he was defeated by Chandragupta (the Raja of Magadha) in 305 BC, and forced to cede Makran along with several other provinces.
the mid-first millennium CE; but Chandragupta II was styled Vikramaditya.
Chandragupta Maurya had built the Empire and Ashoka annexed Kalinga (modern Odisha) into his kingdom.
Ashoka Vardhana, conocido como el emperador Ashoka ("Sin tristeza o sin miseria"), era el nieto de Chandragupta Maurya.