Samudragupta Timeline

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  • c. 320 CE - c. 550 CE
    Gupta period, considered a golden age of ancient India in art and architecture.
  • c. 335 CE - c. 380 CE
    Regarded as the “Indian Napoleon”, the Gupta emperor Samudragupta, ruling from Magadha, subdues kings in nearly all corners of India and annexes kingdoms adjacent to Magadha.

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320 CE - 550 CE: Gupta period, considered a golden age of ancient India in art and architecture.
 
335 CE - 380 CE: Regarded as the “Indian Napoleon”, the Gupta emperor Samudragupta, ruling from Magadha, subdues kings in nearly all corners of India and annexes kingdoms adjacent to Magadha.
 
 
 
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