The Early History of India

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Atlantic Publishers & Dist, Jan 1, 1999 - 524 pages
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The Book Narrates The Early History Of India Beginning From 600 B.C. To The Muhammadan Conquest Including The Invasion Of Alexander The Great. It Is A Highly Analytical Work. The Book Would Be Highly Interesting And Of Great Value For The Students, Teachers And Researchers Of Indian History.
  

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Contents

CHAP PAGE
1
CHAP PAGE
11
IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM
17
THE ADVANCE
49
8
56
INDIAN COINS
72
THE RETREAT
88
MAPS AND PLANS
92
SYNCHRONISTIC TABLE FROM ABOUT
244
THE GUPTA EMPIRE AND THE WESTERN SATRAPS
279
THE CONQUESTS OF SAMUDRAGUPTA A D 340 AND
284
THE GUPTA EMPIRE CONTINUED AND THE WHITE
301
of Harsha including the date of his death have
326
THE REIGN OF HARSHA FROM A D 606 TO 647
335
INDIA IN A D 640 THE EMPIRE OF HARSIIA TRAVELS
340
the Kingdoms of the Deccan are of a minor
341

CHANDRAGUPTA MAURYA AND BINDUSARA FROM 221
115
10
142
ASOKA MAURYA
154
THE EMPIRE OF ASOKA 250 B c
162
YH ASOKA MAURYA CONTINUED AND IMS SUCCESSORS
175
11
192
of the IndoGreek and IndoParthian dynasties
219
THE MEDIAEVAL KINGDOMS OF THE NORTH FROM
360
12
408
THE KINGDOMS OF THE DECCAN
423
THE KINGDOMS OF THE SOUTH
438
INDEX
479
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