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SII POLITICAL ORGANIZATION
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According Ajanta ancient India Andhras Artha-sastra Aryans Asoka aspects assumed the title Asvamedha Brahmana Buddha Buddhist called capital century A. D. Chalukyas Chandragupta China Cholas civilization coins conquered conqueror conquests Deccan described Dharma dominions Dravidians dynasty earliest east elephants emperor epics epoch foreign Gandhara Gangas Greater India Greek Gujarat Gupta Gurjaras Harsha Harshavardhana Hindu Hinduism Hiuen Tsang Hunas illustrations important Indian culture Indus valley inscriptions invaders invasions Jaina Kadambas Kalidasa Kalinga Kanauj Kanchi Kanishka Kashmir king kingdoms Kshatriyas Kushanas later lived Magadha Mahabharata Mahayana Malwa Manu Maurya empire mentioned Mohenjo-daro monarch Mysore named North organization Palas Pallavas Pandyas Pataliputra period political history Prakrit provinces Punjab Puranas Pushyamitra Ramayana Rashtrakutas referred reign religion religious Rigveda ruled rulers Sakas Samudragupta Sanskrit Satavahanas scholars sculpture social society South India successors Sungas temple tion traditions Upanishads Vakatakas various Vedas Vedic Vedic literature Vikramaditya Western Yavanas