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Rulers, leading families and officials in the States of Central India.
|LC Classifications||DS434 .C4 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||53050167|
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Full text of "Lists Of Leading Officials, Nobles, And Personages In The Principal Native States In India" See other formats. Rulers: India States before A-J.
Note: Except for some states that were extinguished in the 19th century (Arkat, Assam, Awadh, Kodagu, Mahratta states, Pañjab, Utkala), this record contains those Indian ("princely") states that acceded to India with effective date on or after 15 Aug If no date of accession is noted, 15 Aug is.
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* 1 Magadha dynasties (c. BC – AD) * * Brihadratha Dynasty (c. – BC) * Trigarta (Trigart Raje) Dynasty (BC unknown) * Pradyota dynasty (– BC) * Haryanka dynasty/Shishunaga dynasty (– BC) * Nanda Dy.
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Scan by FWP, with no editing. Diacritics lost from footnotes. 1. Ajatasatru ( BCE) Haryanka Emperor Ajatasatru was the son of Maharaja Bimbisara, one of the earliest rulers of the ancient kingdom of Magadha in north-east India. Bimbisara became head of the Haryanka dynasty in BCE, whereupon he set.
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Inthere began a revolt in India against the British colonialism. The movement was started by Indian soldiers serving in British army and Indian princes actively participated in it.
They named Bahadur Shah II as their leader and ruler.MUSLIM RULERS OF HIND (HINDŪSTĀN) Muslim expansion into Greater India (Hindūstān) had not progressed significantly since the 8 th century, until the time of Maḥmūd of Ġaznīn in the 11th.
Maḥmūd and his heirs expanded across the Indus into the.