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Bindusāra


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Aśoka (c. 272—231 bc)

Candragupta Maurya (c. 317—297 bc)

 

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Second incumbent of the Mauryan throne which he occupied for 28 years from c.297 bce. Known to the Greeks as Amitrochates, he was the son of Candragupta and father of Aśoka.

Subjects: Buddhism.


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