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The Vijayanagara Empire

By Pronali Mukherjee The development of the Vijayanagara realm parallels that of the city itself. Under the Sangama Dynasty (1336-1485), most areas of southern India, in the current…

The White Huns

By Pronali Mukherjee The Hephthalites (or Ephthalites), otherwise called the White Huns and referred to in Sanskrit as the Sveta Huna, were a nomadic confederation in Central Asia in Late…

The Pala Empire

By Pronali Mukherjee The Pala Empire was a Buddhist majestic power in Classical India. It is named after its ruling line, the majority of whose rulers bore names finishing with the suffix -…

The Mughal Dynasty

By Pronali Mukherjee In 1526, Babur, a Timurid relative of Timur and Genghis Khan from Fergana Valley (current Uzbekistan), cleared crosswise over the Khyber Pass and set up the Mughal…

The Mauryan Empire

by Pronali Mukherjee The Maurya Empire, otherwise called the Mauryan Empire, was a geologically broad Iron Age authentic power in old India, led by the Maurya administration from 322–185…

The Maratha Empire

By Pronali Mukherjee The post-Mughal time was ruled by the ascent of the Maratha suzerainty as other little local states (for the most part late Mughal tributary states) rose, furthermore…

The Magadha Empire

By Pronali Mukherjee Magadha Empire endured from 684 B.C - 320 B.C in India. The two extraordinary legends Ramayana and Mahabharata notice the Magadha Empire. It is said that the Shishunaga…

The Kushan Empire

By Pronali Mukherjee The Kushan Empire was a syncretic Empire shaped by Yuezhi in the Greco-Bactrian domains of the mid first century. It spread to envelop a lot of Afghanistan, today's…

The Gupta Dynasty

By Pronali Mukherjee By the fourth century A.D., political and military turmoil obliterated the Kushan domain in the north and numerous kingdoms in the south India. At this crossroads,…