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Dhana Nanda was the last ruler of the Nanda dynasty.He was one of the nine sons of the Mahapadma Nanda After him the crown went to Chandragupta Maurya, the founder of a new and more illustrious dynasty.

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CHANDRA GUPTA I : The first Chandra Gupta of the new line, through the third member of his dynasty to be mentioned in inscriptions, to be the founder of the Gupta Dynasty

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Firoz shah was Muhammad's first cousin, the son of Ghiyasuddin's younger brother Rajab. He was trained in the art of government by his Ghiyasuddin Tugluq and Muhhammad bin Tugluq - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/2014/06/f-firoz-shah.html#sthash.lEYD9zV0.dpuf

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Iltutmish was remarkably hand-some in appearance and shed signs of intelligence and sagacity from his early days - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/2014/07/i-iltutmish.html#sthash.xEocEoPL.dpuf

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Three days after the death of Babur, Humayun ascended the throne of India at the age of 23. The situation at his accession was not very easy. he was confronted with several hostile forces on all sides, disguised and so the more dangerous. There was hardly any unity in the royal family. - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/2014/07/h-humayun.html#sthash.YshvlaUT.dpuf

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Soon after his accession, Ghiyasuddin Tughluq set himself to the task of restoring administrative order by removing the abuses of the preceding regime - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/search/label/history#sthash.YjK9tqzR.dpuf

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Born to the sun god and a princess, he was destined to rule the world. But as luck would have, his life was marred with inhuman struggle and tests - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/2014/08/k-karna.html#sthash.kvPIZw1F.dpuf

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Eastern Chalukyas, were a South Indian dynasty whose kingdom was located in the present day Andhra Pradesh. Their capital was Vengi (Pedavegi and Denduluru, nearEluru) and their dynasty lasted for around 500 years from the 7th century until c. 1130 C.E - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/2014/05/e-eastern-chalukyas.html#sthash.JQoIzX3L.dpuf

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Liaka Kusulaka was an Indo-Scythian satrap (Satrap was the name given to the governors of the provinces of the ancient Median and Achaemenid (Persian) Empires and in several of their successors, such as the Sasanian Empire and the Hellenistic empires.) - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/2014/09/l-liaka-kusulaka.html#sthash.QrJWvrqB.dpuf

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Jarasandha was the king of Magadha . He was the son of a Vedic king named Brihadratha. But he is generally held in negative light owing to his enmity with the Yadava clan in the Mahābhārata - See more at: http://sahisridhar.blogspot.in/search/label/history#sthash.IG01CEW5.dpuf

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