2 edition of Harṣa and his times. found in the catalog.
Harṣa and his times.
1970 by Sushma Prakashan; [sole selling agents: Chaukhamba Sanskrit Series] in Varanasi .
Written in English
|Statement||With a foreword by Raj Bali Pandey.|
|LC Classifications||DS451.9.H3 S46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 527 p.|
|Number of Pages||527|
|LC Control Number||73921442|
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Harsha and His Times Revision or Short Notes Arora IAS. The Guptas, with their seat of power in UP and Bihar, ruled over north and western India for about years until the mid-sixth century.
Then north India again split up into several kingdoms. The early history of Harṣa and his times. book reign is reconstructed from a study by Banabhatta, who was his court poet and who wrote a book called Harshacharita.
This can be supplemented by the account of the Chinese pilgrim Hsuan Tsang, who visited India in the seventh century and stayed in. Harsha was able to unite many of them under his command.
He had under his control Punjab and central India. After Sasanka’s death, he annexed Bengal, Bihar and Odisha. He also defeated the Vallabhi king in Gujarat. (The Vallabhi king and Harsha came to a truce by a marriage between Harsha’s daughter and the Vallabhi king Dhruvabhata.).
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