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  • c. 700 BCE
    The state of Kosala becomes a great power and exerts political influence over its neighbours, including the Shakya state.
  • c. 490 BCE - c. 410 BCE
    The life of Siddhartha Gautama according to modern scholar consensus.
  • 448 BCE - 368 BCE
    The life of Siddhartha Gautama according to the Short chronology (Indian chronology).
  • 403 CE
    A Buddhist Chinese pilgrim named Faxian (Fa-Hien) visited Kapilavastu and Lumbini. as recorded in his work “A Record of the Buddhistic kingdoms”.
  • c. 635 CE
    A Buddhist Chinese pilgrim named Xuanzang (Hsüan-tsang) visited Kapilavastu as recorded in his work “Buddhist Records of the Western World”.

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700 BCE: The state of Kosala becomes a great power and exerts political influence over its neighbours, including the Shakya state.
 
490 BCE - 410 BCE: The life of Siddhartha Gautama according to modern scholar consensus.
 
448 BCE - 368 BCE: The life of Siddhartha Gautama according to the Short chronology (Indian chronology).
 
 
403 CE: A Buddhist Chinese pilgrim named Faxian (Fa-Hien) visited Kapilavastu and Lumbini. as recorded in his work “A Record of the Buddhistic kingdoms”.
 
 
635 CE: A Buddhist Chinese pilgrim named Xuanzang (Hsüan-tsang) visited Kapilavastu as recorded in his work “Buddhist Records of the Western World”.
 
 
 
 
 
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