Gupta Architecture Timeline

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  • c. 200 BCE - c. 600 CE
    Construction of the 30 Buddhist cave-shrines at Ajanta, many of which display features of Gupta architecture.
  • 320 CE
    Gupta I founds the Gupta dynasty in northern India
  • c. 320 CE - c. 550 CE
    Gupta period, considered a golden age of ancient India in art and architecture.
  • 401 CE
    The earliest inscribed date in the Gupta-era cave-shrines at Udayagiri.
  • c. 480 CE - c. 500 CE
    The Gupta-era Hindu temple at Bhitargaon is built.

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200 BCE - 600 CE: Construction of the 30 Buddhist cave-shrines at Ajanta, many of which display features of Gupta architecture.
 
 
320 CE: Gupta I founds the Gupta dynasty in northern India
 
320 CE - 550 CE: Gupta period, considered a golden age of ancient India in art and architecture.
 
401 CE: The earliest inscribed date in the Gupta-era cave-shrines at Udayagiri.
 
480 CE - 500 CE: The Gupta-era Hindu temple at Bhitargaon is built.
 
 
 
 
 
 
200 BCE 100 BCE 0 CE 100 CE 200 CE 300 CE 400 CE 500 CE

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