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INDIAN HISTORY

INDIAN HISTORY

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HERE I TRIED TO PROVIDE YOU SOME HISTORICAL INFORMATION ABOUT INDIA WHICH IS INCLUDING OF PLACES OF INDIA, ANCIENT TIME OF INDIA AND MUCH MORE...
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HERE I TRIED TO PROVIDE YOU SOME HISTORICAL INFORMATION ABOUT INDIA WHICH IS INCLUDING OF PLACES OF INDIA, ANCIENT TIME OF INDIA AND MUCH MORE...
I HOPE U WOULD LIKE IT.
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GAURAV PATEL
E-MAIL:GLOBALLINE4U@GMAIL.COM

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Wikipedia is sustained by people like you. Please donate today.The Wikimedia Board of Trustees election has started. Please vote.[Hide][Help us with translations!]History of IndiaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchHistory of South AsiaStone Agebefore 3300 BCE• Mehrgarh Culture• 7000–3300 BCEIndus Valley Civilization3300–1700 BCE• Late Harappan Culture• 1700–1300 BCEVedic Civilization2000–600 BCEIron Age1200–1 BCE• Maha Janapadas• 700–300 BCE• Magadha Empire• 684–424 BCE• Nanda Empire• 424-321 BCE• Maurya Empire• 321–184 BCE• Sunga Empire• 185-73 BCE• Kanva Empire• 75-26 BCE• Kharavela Empire• 209–170 BCE• Kuninda Kingdom• 200s BCE–300s CE• Indo-Scythian Kingdom• 200 BC–400 CE• Chera Kingdom• 300 BCE–1200 CE• Chola Empire• 300 BCE–1279 CE• Pandyan Kingdom• 250 BCE–1345 CE• Satavahana Empire• 230 BCE–220 CE• Indo-Greek Kingdom• 180 BCE–10 CEMiddle Kingdoms1CE–1279 CE• Indo-Parthian Kingdom• 21–130s CE• Western Satrap Empire• 35–405 CE• Kushan Empire• 60–240 CE
 
• Indo-Sassanid Kingdom• 230–360 CE• Vakataka Empire• 250–500 CE• Kalabhras Kingdom• 250–600 CE• Gupta Empire• 280–550 CE• Pallava Kingdom• 275–800 CE• Kadamba Empire• 345–525 CE• Western Ganga Kingdom• 350–1000 CE• Vishnukundina Empire• 420-624 CE• Huna Kingdom• 475-576 CE• Chalukya Empire• 543–753 CE• Harsha Empire• 590-647 CE• Shahi Kingdom• 565-670 CE• Eastern Chalukya Kingdom• 624-1075 CE• Pratihara Empire• 650–1036 CE• Pala Empire• 750–1174 CE• Rashtrakuta Empire• 753–982 CE• Paramara Kingdom• 800–1327 CE• Yadava Empire• 850–1334 CE• Solanki Kingdom• 942–1244 CE• Western Chalukya Empire• 973–1189 CE• Hoysala Empire• 1040–1346 CE• Sena Empire• 1070–1230 CE• Eastern Ganga Empire• 1078–1434 CE• Kakatiya Kingdom• 1083–1323 CE• Kalachuri Empire• 1130–1184 CEIslamic Sultanates1206–1596 CE• Delhi Sultanate• 1206–1526 CE• Deccan Sultanates• 1490–1596 CEAhom Kingdom1228–1826 CE
 
Vijayanagara Empire1336–1646 CEMysore Kingdom1399–1947 CEMughal Empire1526–1858 CEMadurai Nayak Kingdom1559 –1736 CEThanjavur Nayak Kingdom1572–1918 CEMaratha Empire1674–1818 CESikh Confederacy1716–1799 CESikh Empire1799–1849 CECompany rule in India1757–1858 CEBritish India1858–1947 CEPartition of India1947 CENation historiesAfghanistan • Bangladesh • Bhutan • IndiaMaldives • Nepal • Pakistan • Sri LankaRegional historiesAssam • Bihar • Balochistan • BengalHimachal Pradesh • Orissa • Pakistani RegionsPunjab • South India • TibetSpecialised historiesCoinage • Dynasties • EconomyIndology • Language • Literature • MaritimeMilitary • Science and Technology • TimelineThis box: view • talk • editThis article is about the history of the Indian Subcontinent prior to thePartition of India in 1947. For the history of the modern Republic of India, seeHistory of the Republic of India. For the histories of Pakistan and Bangladesh seeHistory of Pakistan and History of Bangladesh. Also for South India see History ofSouth India.The known history of India begins with the Indus Valley Civilization, which spreadand flourished in the north-western part of the Indian subcontinent, from c. 3300to 1300 BCE. Its Mature Harappan period lasted from 2600-1900 BCE. This Bronze Agecivilization collapsed at the beginning of the second millennium BCE and wasfollowed by the Iron Age Vedic period, which extended over much of the Indo-Gangetic plains and which witnessed the rise of major kingdoms known as theMahajanapadas. In one of these kingdoms Magadha, Mahavira and Gautama Buddha wereborn in the 6th century BCE, who propagated their Shramanic philosophies among themasses.Later, successive empires and kingdoms ruled the region and enriched its culture -from the Achaemenid Persian empire[1] around 543 BCE, to Alexander the Great[2] in326 BCE. The Indo-Greek Kingdom, founded by Demetrius of Bactria, includedGandhara and Punjab from 184 BCE; it reached its greatest extent under Menander,establishing the Greco-Buddhist period with advances in trade and culture.The subcontinent was united under the Maurya Empire during the 4th and 3rd

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