Lists of Indian People: List of Indian Monarchs, List of Non-Resident Indians, Padma Bhushan Awards, List of Indian Americans Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781156522356

Published: August 14th 2011

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Lists of Indian People: List of Indian Monarchs, List of Non-Resident Indians, Padma Bhushan Awards, List of Indian Americans by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: List of Indian monarchs, List of Non-resident Indians, Padma Bhushan Awards, List of IndianMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: List of Indian monarchs, List of Non-resident Indians, Padma Bhushan Awards, List of Indian Americans, Indian independence activists, List of people on stamps of India, List of Mudaliars, Nobel laureates of India, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Award, Chief Justice of India, List of Indian Christians, List of people on stamps of Indian States, Lists of rulers of India, List of Indians by net worth, International cricketers of Indian origin, Jejeebhoy Baronets, Mailara Mahadevappa.

Excerpt: The following list of Indian monarchs is one of several lists of incumbents. Early mythical and later documented rulers and dynasties who deemed to have ruled a portion of the Indian subcontinent and were based in South Asia will be included in this list. For more information, see History of South Asia. Please note that these dates are debated among scholars of Indology.

Early Pandyas First Empire Pandyan Revival These empires were vast, centered in Persia or the Mediterranean- their satrapies (provinces) in India were at their outskirts. Note that years are still disputed among the scholars, the given is only a version. Unlike the far larger empires of Alexander the Great and his Seleukid diadoch, centered in the region From Kshemak (last Tomar king of Indraprastha and direct descendant of Parikshit) to Anangpal I - Pavak - AD 919-Apr-22, Ruled 21Y-6M-05D.Vihangpal - AD 940-Oct-27, Ruled 24Y-4M-04D.Tolpal - AD 961-Mar-01, Ruled 18Y-3M-15D.

Sulakshanpal - AD 979-Jun-16, Ruled 25Y-10M-10D.Jaipal Tuar - AD 1005-Apr-26, Ruled 25Y-10M-10D. - Fought with Raja Rangatdhwaj Rathore and lost sovereignty of Kannauj. Kanvarpal/Kumara Pal Tuar - AD 1021-Aug-29, Ruled 29Y-9M-18D.(Masud, grandson of Md.

Gazni, captured Hansi briefly in 1038), ruled from Bari in Awadh, which was 3 days south of Kannauj. Anangpal II or AnekPal or Anaypal - AD 1051-Jun-17, Rul...



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