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The Punjab during c 230 to c 340 A d
s The Yaudhcya Kuninda and Arjunayana Republics
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3rd century a.d. 4th century a.d. administration Ajanta Allahabad ancient Basim branch belonged Bengal Brahmanas Buddha Buddhist Budha-gupta capital cave Central Ceylon Chandra-gupta CHAPTER Chinese coinage coins contemporary culture Deccan defeated described district doubt dynasty early eastern evidence father feudatory grant Gupta emperor Gupta empire Gupta period Hari-shena Hindu Huna Ikshvakus imperial India inscription issued Kadamba Kalidasa Kalihga Kanishka III Kidara king kingdom known Kosala Kumara-gupta Kuntala Kushana large number Later Guptas legend Lichchhavi Magadha Maghas Maharaja Malava Malwa 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 rulers ruling Saka Salankayana Samudra-gupta Sanskrit Sassanian Satavahana scholars sculpture seals Siva Skanda-gupta Smritis South stupa succeeded successor Tamil temple territory throne Toramana Vakataka varman Vasudeva Vedic village Vishnu Western Kshatrapas Yasodharman Yaudheyas