- 1 Who is the wife of Chandragupta 2?
- 2 Who ordered the work Mudrarakshasa?
- 3 When was Vishakhadatta born?
- 4 What was the real name of Chandragupta 1?
- 5 Who is the wife of Ram Gupta?
- 6 Who was the strongest Mauryan emperor?
- 7 Who is the son of Bhadraketu?
- 8 Who is amatya Rakshas?
- 9 Who is the hero of Mudrarakshasa?
- 10 When Mudrarakshasa was written?
- 11 Who was the 1st king of India?
- 12 Is Gupta and Maurya dynasty same?
- 13 Is Gupta a Hindu name?
Who is the wife of Chandragupta 2?
|Issue||Kumaragupta I Prabhavatigupta Govindagupta|
Who ordered the work Mudrarakshasa?
The Mudrarakshasa मुद्राराक्षस(IAST: Mudrārākṣasa, The Signet of the Minister) is a Sanskrit-language play by Vishakhadatta that narrates the ascent of the king Chandragupta Maurya ( r. c. 324 – c. 297 BCE) to power in India.
When was Vishakhadatta born?
His period is not certain but he probably flourished in or after the 6th century CE. Some scholars such as A. S. Altekar, K. P. Jayaswal and Sten Konow theorized that Vishakhadatta was a contemporary of Chandragupta II, and lived in late 4th century to early 5th century.
What was the real name of Chandragupta 1?
(late 4th century?) (495 –?) Cha-ndra-gu-pta, r. c. 319-335 or 319-350 CE) was a king of the Gupta dynasty, who ruled in northern India. His title Maharajadhiraja (“great king of kings”) suggests that he was the first emperor of the dynasty.
Who is the wife of Ram Gupta?
|Reign||c. late 4th century CE|
Who was the strongest Mauryan emperor?
Chandragupta was the most powerful Mauryan Emperor.
Who is the son of Bhadraketu?
Magadha is now under Helena’s rule. Malayketu and Chaaya’s son Bhadraketu, Helena’s children, Alice and Adonis, are all grown up.
Who is amatya Rakshas?
In the play, he holds the post of Amatya (prime minister) in the Nanda and Maurya courts of Magadha and also served as Royal Friend of Dhana Nanda. Originally a minister of the Nanda king, he escapes during Chandragupta Maurya’s conquest of the Nanda empire. Rakshasa ( amatya )
Who is the hero of Mudrarakshasa?
…a rare semi-historical play called Mudrārākṣasa (“Minister Rākṣasa and his Signet Ring”), apparently was a courtier at the Gupta court. His play is a dramatization of the Machiavellian political principles expounded in the book Artha-śāstra, by Kauṭilya, who appears as the hero of the play.
When Mudrarakshasa was written?
About the Book Mudrarakshasa is a historical play in seven acts written by Vishkhadatta in 6th Century A.D., in which Chanakya, the minister of king Chandragupta of Pataliputra, wins over Rakshasa, the minister of the Nandas to the side of Chandragupta.
Who was the 1st king of India?
Chandra Gupta I, king of India (reigned 320 to c. 330 ce) and founder of the Gupta empire. He was the grandson of Sri Gupta, the first known ruler of the Gupta line. Chandra Gupta I, whose early life is unknown, became a local chief in the kingdom of Magadha (parts of modern Bihar state).
Is Gupta and Maurya dynasty same?
Difference in time: Mauryan empire existed during 325 – 1285 BCE whereas Gupta dynasty existed between 320 and 550 CE. Chandragupta, the founder of the empire was a follower of Jainism. Most of his successors embraced Buddhism, and Ashoka is historically famous for his unquestioned faith in Buddhism.
Is Gupta a Hindu name?
Indian (northern states): Hindu (Bania) and Jain name, from Sanskrit gupta ‘secret’, ‘protected’. This is a well-known name of ancient India; the two greatest empires of ancient northern India were both founded by persons named Chandragupta (see also Chandra).