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The Punjab during c 230 to c 340 A D
The Yaudheya Kuninda and Arjunayana Republics
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4th century A.D. Ajanta Allahabad ancient Andhra Baladitya Basim belonged Bengal Brahmanas brother Buddha Buddhist Budha-gupta capital cave centre Ceylon Chandra-gupta CHAPTER Chinese coinage coins contemporary culture Deccan defeated described district doubt dynasty eastern epigraphs evidence feudatory fifth century A.D. grant Gupta age Gupta emperor Gupta empire Gupta period Hindu Hiuen Tsang Hunas Ikshvakus India inscription issued Kadamba Kalidasa Kaliriga Kanchi Kathiawar king kingdom known Kosala Krishna Kumara-gupta Kushana large number Later Guptas Mahakshatrapa Maharaja Malava Malwa Mandasor Mathura Maukharis mentioned Mihirakula monasteries Naga Narendra-sena northern Pallava pillar plates Pravara-sena Prithvi-shena probably province Punjab Puranas records referred reign religion royal Rudra-sena ruled rulers Saka Salankayana Samudra-gupta Sanskrit Sassanian Satavahana scholars sculpture seals Siva sixth century Skanda-gupta Smritis South stupa succeeded successor Tamil temple territory throne Toramana Vakataka varman Vedic Vishnu Western Kshatrapas Yasodharman Yaudheyas