Himachal Pradesh Guptotar kaal (Hoon, Harshavardhana) in English

 

Himachal Pradesh Guptotar kaal (Hoon, Harshavardhana) in English

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Himachal Pradesh Guptotar kaal (Hoon, Harshavardhana) in English


 (i) Hunas Invasion- In 521 AD, Hunas invaded the western Himalayas under the leadership of Toraman. Even before this, between 480-90 the Toramans invaded the Gupta Empire. After the Toraman, his son Mihirkul, who was called Attila of India, took over the region from Punjab to Central India in 525 AD. Magadha emperors Narasimha Baladitya and Yashovarman defeated Mihirkul and forced him to flee to Kashmir. The Gujjars consider themselves descendants of the Hunas.

(ii) Harsh Vardhan and Hiuensong-Harshavardhana ascended the throne of India in 606 AD. Pataliputra, Thaneshwar and Kannauj were the main centers of governance during his reign. During his reign, Hiuen Tsang traveled to India from 629-644 AD. Hieun Tsang came to Jalandhar (the capital of Jalandhar-Trigarta) in 635 AD and was the guest of King Uitas (Udima) for 4 months. He stayed in Jalandhar in 643 AD at the time of China's return to India. Hiuen Tsang had traveled to Kullu, Lahaul and Sirmaur after Jalandhar. Harshavardhana died in 647 AD. Kalhan's book Rajatarangini gives details of the war between King Lalitaditya of Kashmir and Yashovarman. Details of Yashovarman's influence on Trigarta, Brahmapura (Chamba) and other mountainous regions are found. In the ninth century, the state of Kashmir became the authority of the Trigarta and Upper Sutlej regions. Hiuen Tsang also took the capital of Jalandhar (She lan-Talo), Kulut, Sirmaur (Shatrughan), Sirmauri Tal, Has given a detailed description of the journey to Lahaul (Lo-Oo-Lo). The state of Chamba may have been under Trigarta at that time. He has mentioned the prevalence of Mahayana religion in his book Si-u Ki. The description of Samudrasena, the king of Spiti, is found in the copperplate of Nirmand. H.P. In addition to Trigarta and Kullut, small groups of chieftains emerged who were called Thakurs and Rana. In the post-Gupta period the Thakurs' reign was called Apathakurai and the jurisdiction was Ukkurai. The jurisdiction of the Ranaas was called Rahun. Rajputs who came from the plains between the seventh and tenth centuries established their dynasties in Himachal. They brought the Rana and Thakurs to the status of their feudal lords. In addition to Trigarta and Kullut, small groups of chieftains emerged who were called Thakurs and Rana. In the post-Gupta period the Thakurs' reign was called Apathakurai and the jurisdiction was Ukkurai. The jurisdiction of the Ranaas was called Rahun. Rajputs who came from the plains between the seventh and tenth centuries established their dynasties in Himachal. They brought the Rana and the Thakurs to the status of their feudal lords.





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