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12 Most Victorious And Great Kings In The Indian History

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12 Most Victorious And Great Kings In The Indian History

Inspite of thousands years of passed by, still they are few personalities who tend to rule the lives of many people. No, they are not enough to be in books, they are the real kings, emperors, conquerors and strivers for the country. A peaceful and gaining society is only due to the efforts taken by these real kings from India. Here, we brought you a list of the most victorious and great kings from India, in the history of mankind.

1. Shivaji Maharaj is the most successful and greatest king from the Maratha Empire, hailing from the clan of Bhosale Family.

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2. Abu’l-Fath Jalal ud-din Muhammad Akbar popularly known as Akbar was a Mughal emperor and his region included the Indian subcontinent. He is also known as a liberal emperor to believe in cultural integration.

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3. Ashoka the great is also known as Samraat Chakravartin Ashoka. He belonged to the Maurya Dynasty and ruled from 269 BCE to 232 BCE.

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4. Chandragupta Maurya was the founder of the Maurya Empire, who was successful to build a strong administration and economy.

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5. Kanishka the great was the emperor of Kushan dynasty and he is also known as the greatest Buddhist king in the history. He is also famous for his spiritual, military and political power.

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6. Ranjit Singh was among the most calm and tolerated kings. He was the king of Sikh empire who came into power in the early half of 19 century.

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7. Prithavi Raj III was a successful king of Hindu Chauhan dynasty who ruled the kingdom of Ajmer and Delhi in the later half of 12thcentury.

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8. Samudragupta is the third ruler of Gupta Dynasty who ushered the golden age of India. He is also known as Napoleon of India.

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9. Krishnadevaraya was one of the greatest kings of South India and it is said that the Mughals and Muslim’s never dared to touch their territory.

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10. Known for his gallantry and magnanimity, Maharana Pratap was a Hindu Rajput ruler of Mewar who opposed Mughals.

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11. Dharma Pala is among one of the most victorious kings who was successful in conquering the northern India from Barma to Afghanistan and Kashmir to Narmada River.

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12. Raja Chola is respectfully known as Peruvudaiyar, laid the foundation of latter Chola dynasty. He latter captured Sri lanka, Maldives and Malabar Coast.

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