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Age of Guptas and Other Essays
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After the collapse of the Gupta Empire in the 6th century, India was again ruled by numerous regional kingdoms. A minor line of the Gupta clan continued to rule Magadha after the disintegration of the empire. These Guptas were ultimately ousted by the Vardhana king Harsha, who established an empire in the first half of the 7th century. Aryabhata, a great mathematics, wrote the book ‘Aryabhatiya’ in Kusumpura (Pataliputra) at the age of 23 years. Aryabhatiya is divided into four parts and the most important features of Aryabhata's mathematical system was the unique system of notation. It is based on the decimal place-value system unknown to other ancient people.
Guptas. Information about their history through inscriptions and coins. Changragupta was followed by Samudragupta. Samudragupta, Gupta ruler ( years ago, ie AD ). Harisena was his court poet. Chandragupta, his father, was the first ruler of the Gupta dynasty to adopt the grand title of maharaj- adhiraja, a title that Samudragupta also used. Small kingdoms vied with each other for the heritage of Guptas. Northern India was divided into four kingdoms of later Guptas of Magadha, the Maukharis, the Push-abhutis and the Maitrakas. The Maukharis first held the region of western U.P. around Kanauj. Gradually they ousted the later Guptas and made them move to Malwa.
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Age of the Guptas and other essays. Delhi: Ajanta Publications: Distributors, Ajanta Books International, (OCoLC) Named Person: Gupta dynasty.; Gupta dynasty.
Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ramchandra Narayan Dandekar. The age of the Guptas and other essays (Select writings / R.N. Dandekar) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ramchandra Narayan Dandekar (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Ramchandra Narayan Dandekar.
Topic- salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times. 3) During the age of the Guptas, literature flourished and a number of literary masterpieces were produced.
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The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire existing from the mid-to-late 3rd century CE to CE. At its zenith, from approximately to CE, it covered much of the Indian subcontinent. This period is considered as the Golden Age of India by some historians.
The ruling dynasty of the empire was founded by the king Sri Gupta; the most notable rulers of the dynasty were Chandragupta I Capital: Pataliputra. Download Arihant Publications Essays By S. Gupta – Essays, by S.
Gupta, is a comprehensive book for those who aspire to excel in UPSC is also useful for various state public commissions and other competitive examinations. This title will help aspirants of various competitive exams by discussing how a standard essay must be written.
The Puranas had existed much before the time of the Guptas in the form of bardic literature; in the Gupta age they were finally compiled and given their present form. The period also saw the compilation of various Smritis or the law-books written in verse. ALSO READ: ESSAY ON DECLINE OF GUPTA EMPIRE.
Though there’s distinction of opinion among the students relating to the queries who originated the Gupta era it’s usually accepted that Chandragupta I established this new era, the Gupta era, dating either from.
Gupta Empire (AD - AD) - Read about important facts about the Gupta Dynasty. Learn why Gupta age is called the golden age of India. Read about Chandragupta 1 and other rulers of the empire of Gupta for UPSC preparation. Download Gupta Empire notes PDF for the IAS exam. ADVERTISEMENTS: The Gupta Age is a special phase in the whole range of ancient Indian history.
Political unification, economic prosperity and cultural attainment had transformed the society into an unparalleled caliber.
If there was any golden epoch in the annals of ancient Indian history, it was definitely the period of the Guptas. The cultural traits [ ]. The age of Gupta has been called the ' Golden Age' because of the many achievements in the field of arts, science, and literature.
The decline of the Gupta empire also has various reasons. Read about the legacy and decline of the Gupta empire for the IAS Exam. Download the decline of the Gupta Empire notes PDF for UPSC • The Gupta period began in AD and the Gupta rule is called ‘the Golder Age’ or ‘the Classical Age’ of ancient India.
• Gupta issued large number of gold coins in India. • Earlier Guptas had their capital at Prayag in Allahabad, but later it was shifted to Ujjain by Chandragupta II. Mookerji, R. The Gupta Empire. Bombay, India: Hind Kitabs, This example Gupta Empire Essay is published for educational and informational purposes only.
If you need a custom essay or research paper on this topic please use our writing services. The Gupta family is a wealthy Indian-born family, with business interests in South Africa, whose most notable members are the brothers Ajay, Atul, Rajesh "Tony" Gupta as well as Atul Gupta's nephews Varun, and US-based Ashish and Amol.
The Gupta family owns a business empire spanning computer equipment, media and mining, and has been the focus of widespread scrutiny because of its close ties. family and the sons and daughters of other rulers.
The Gupta line of kings lasted until about C.E. At the height of their power, the Guptas ruled most of northern India. Their empire was the largest that India had known since the days of the Mauryas.
In some ways, the Gupta. The time period between the Mauryans up till the coming of the Gupta's was a very dark period in Indian history. During the Gupta Empire period, Indian art and architecture building was at its peak. Overall, it was a year time period of peace a /5(4).
The Gupta Empire was a golden age because of its governmental success, which sparked literature achievements, and scientific triumphs. Chandragupta II was the ruler of the Gupta Empire from BCE, which was the peak of its splendor. Chandraupta I, his grandfather who happened to be a ruler of a small village, modern-day Bengal, imagined.
Golden Age of the GuptasPeriod - between the 4th century and 6th century CEKnown as the Golden Age because of the large achievements Indians made in the fields of science,technology, engineering, art, dialectic, literature, logic, mathematics, astronomy, religion andphilosophy during the Gupta s for the achievements:• The peace.
Gupta dynasty, rulers of the Magadha (now Bihar) state in northeastern maintained an empire over northern and parts of central and western India from the early 4th to the late 6th century ians once regarded the Gupta period as the classical age of India—during which the norms of Indian literature, art, architecture, and philosophy were established—but many of those.
GUPTAS, VAKATAKAS AND VARDHANAS GUPTAS: After centuries of political disintegration an empire came to be established in A.D.under the Guptas.
Although the Gupta Empire was not as large as the Maurya Empire, it kept north India politically united for more than a century. When the Gupta dynasty ascended the throne around CE. The Gupta Empire came into power in around AD. It marked the end of hundred years of domination of the provincial powers and resulting disquiet that began with the fall of the Mauryas.
The present work describes the material and moral progress which India had achieved during the paramount sovereignty of the Gupta emperors in the fourth and fifth centuries a.d. It traces the origin and rise of the ruling family to Srigupta ( a.d.) and concludes with the reign of Kumaragupta III ( a.d.).
It discusses the spirit of the age and the various trends in the sphere of.The Gupta period was termed the “Golden Age of Indian Culture” by some early observers who assigned the vast quantity and sophisticated quality of art from that period to the sponsorship of the Guptas.
The term “Golden Age” was based on the desire of these writers for an ideal or classical style of art (using the art of ancient Greece.Poetry in the Gupta age tended towards a few genres: Religious and meditative poetry, lyric poetry, narrative histories (the most popular of the secular literatures), and drama.
Kalidasa excelled at lyric poetry, but he is best known for his dramas. Small kingdoms vied with each other for the heritage of Guptas. Northern India was divided.