Indian Empires


Throughout the centuries, many empires and kingdoms in India rose and fell. The Indian soil has seen great civilizations and their names have been writing in History.

Some of the important Indian empires in history are as follows:
  • Maurya Empire (322 to 185 BC)
  • Gupta Empire (320 to 550 AD)
  • The Mughal Empire (1526 - 1857 AD)
  • Chola Empire (301 BC - 1279 AD)
  • Chalukya Empire (543-1156 AD)
  • Maratha Empire (1674-1820 AD)
  • Vijayanagara Empire (1336-1660 AD)
  • Khilji Empire (1290-1320 AD)
  • British Empire (1858 and 1947 AD)
  • Pala Empire (750-1174 CE)
  • Kushan Empire (30-375 AD)
  • Tughlaq dynasty (1320-1414 AD)
  • Indo-Greek Kingdom (180 BC - 10 AD)
  • Satavahana dynasty (230 BC - 199 AD)
Give below are some of the empires we have covered and have provided information on them with a map. Click on them for more information.



Last Updated on : 22/04/2013



 

     


     

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