Himachal Pradesh mauryatar kaal in English

 

 Himachal Pradesh mauryatar kaal in English

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Himachal Pradesh mauryatar kaal in English



After the fall of the Mauryas, the Sunga dynasty could not keep the hill republics under them and they became independent. The Shakas invasion began around the first century BCE. In the reign of Kanishka, the most prominent king of the Kushanas after the Shakas, the hill states surrendered and accepted Kanishka's subjugation. 40 Kushan coins have been found on the Kalka-Kasauli road. A coin of Kanishka is found in Kanihara in Kangra. The hill kings were free to run their coins with the Kushanas. In the late second and early third centuries, the Yudhudayas, Arjunayan (Punjab) and Kulindas, together with the Kushans' weakening power, pushed the Kushanas across the Sutlej and carried coins as a token of their independence.




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