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Coins and Currency Systems in Gupta Bengal, AD 320-550

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Published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coins, banknotes, medals, seals, numismatics,
  • India,
  • History,
  • Coins, Indic

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9070588M
    ISBN 108121505631
    ISBN 109788121505635
    OCLC/WorldCa30897644


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Coins and Currency Systems in Gupta Bengal, AD 320-550 by B. Mukherjee Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Gupta Empire AD 320-550 book an ancient Indian empire existing from the mid-to-late 3rd century CE to CE. At Coins and Currency Systems in Gupta Bengal zenith, from approximately to CE, it covered much of the Indian subcontinent. This period is considered as AD 320-550 book Golden Age of India by some historians.

The ruling dynasty of the empire was founded by the king Sri Gupta; the most notable rulers of the Capital: Pataliputra. The facts that Pundravardhana or north Bengal became a bhukti or a province of AD 320-550 book Gupta empire (at least from c to AD) and that the imperial AD 320-550 book authority could have extended up to the Comilla region in Bangladesh in the early 6th century AD, may explain the regular circulation of the Gupta gold currency in Bengal.

But the discoveries and recognition of Coins and Currency Systems in Gupta Bengal of several series of coins of ancient (up to c.

AD ) and protomediaeval (c. AD ) Bengal have been done only in the last two decades. A significant development in this field of Study is related to the post-Gupta period (c. Ad ). Explore books by B.N. Mukherjee with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ By employing a carefully organized bureaucratic system, the Maurya and Gupta Empires were able to maintain security and political unity across large parts of western and southern Asia.

This bureaucratic system included a common economic system that supported stable agriculture across vast land holdings and successful trade and commerce. Coins & culture: an archaeological approach by Ray, S. Coins and coin collecting by Linecar, Howard W.

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The period was B.C. to A.D. The most famous rulers of Chola Dynasty were Vijayalaya, Aditya-I, Rajraja Chola, etc., Gupta Dynasty - Gupta Dynasty ruled area was Bihar, Uttar Pradesh. The ruled period was - A.D. Libros interesantes sobre la India. () / ( / ) / Coins and Currency Systems in Gupta Bengal, AD / B.

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In the rock shelters are graphic. The Pratihars ruled Rajasthan and most of northern India during AD. Between AD, Rajasthan witnessed the struggle for supremacy between Chalukyas, Parmars and Chauhans. Medieval Period, – Around AD a part of Rajasthan came under Muslim rulers.

The principal centers of their powers were Nagaur and Ajmer. To support this economic activity, the government minted billions of coins each year as well as the world’s first paper currency. A denser population and sophisticated economy led to urbanization.

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If not for the peace, patronage, and sophistication of the Gupta era, the culture of India and the world would be very different; but, like every Golden Age in human history, the Guptas carried with them the seeds of their own destruction and introduced systems of inequality that would ossify and cripple the subcontinent in a few centuries.

The history of India begins with evidence of human activity of Homo sapiens as long as 75, years ago, or with earlier hominids includingHomo erectus from aboutyears ago. The Indus Valley Civilisation, which spread and flourished in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent from c.

to BCE in present-day Pakistan and northwest India, was the. Lost-wax casting (also called "investment casting", "precision casting", or cire perdue which has been adopted into English from the French) is the process by which a duplicate metal sculpture (often silver, gold, brass or bronze) is cast from an original sculpture.

Intricate works can be achieved by this method. The oldest known example of this technique is a 6,year old. ( - CE) The Golden Age of India occurs under the rule of the Gupta Dynasty. The Gupta established a strong central government which also allowed a degree of local control.

They developed the concept of zero in the use of math, the decimal system based on the num created a number writing system, developed herbal remedies, a form of. Gupta Dynasty (AD ) The Imperial Guptas ruled for about years (AD ) and founded a powerful empire. It was the golden period of the Hindus.

The founder of this powerful kingdom was Chandra Gupta-I (AD ). He started the Gupta Era. table of contents title page copyright page preface: chapter 1 - introduction: workingwith available light chapter 2 - time and space in india 50 million to 50, bce chapter 3 - civilization in the indus val to bce chapter 4 - between the ruinsand the text to bce chapter 5 - humans, animals, and gods in the rig veda to bce chapter 6 - sacrifice.

Classical India refers to the period when much of the Indian subcontinent was united under the Gupta Empire (c. – CE). This period has been called the Golden Age of India; and was marked by extensive achievements in science, technology, engineering, art, dialectic, literature, logic, mathematics, astronomy, religion, and philosophy that.

As is the case for so much of India’s ancient political history, details concerning Gupta rulers have been reconstructed largely from coins, inscriptions, and seals.

The dynasty begins in obscurity with two kings of a minor state located along the Ganges River, but then explodes on the scene with the next two kings: Chandragupta I (c.

Indian Buddhism, although patronized by Harsha, already seemed to be in decline to Hsüan-tsang, and some important Buddhist sites were already neglected or abandoned. John Keay cites the Pala Dynasty of Bengal (8th-9th centuries AD) as the "last major Indian dynasty to espouse Buddhism" [India, pp].

The Gupta Empire faced many challengers. Until about AD it was able to defeat internal and external enemies. In the mid-5th century the White Huns, a nomadic people from Central Asia, moved onto the Indian plains and were defeated by the Guptas. The Huns invaded India again in ADwhen Gupta strength was in decline.

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THE GUPTA EMPIRE – Chandragupta I (r. –) The Gupta Empire came into existence in AD at a time when the Indian subcontinent, unified under the erstwhile Maurya dynasty, had become fragmented and divided into small kingdoms and republics.

Under Gupta rule, India’s past glory was revived in an atmosphere of peace and stability. the partition of british india were little more than objects of curiosity or discussion—dietary prohibitions, dress, festivals—now became reasons to think of others as dangerous and threatening.

Greed also played a part in the partition riots. a brief history of india the rule of the last Sayyid, Alauddin Alam Shah (–51), the Delhi Sultanate ruled over little more than the city of Delhi and its immediate surrounding villages. The last dynasty was founded by a Sayyid provincial governor, Buhlul Lodi (ruled –89).

The – A.D. period was during the Gupta Empire, which marked the golden age of Hindu history with the rise of science, technology, art.

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