Which of the following is the correct chronological sequence of the ruling dynasties of India? - History

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Which of the following is the correct chronological sequence of the ruling dynasties of India?

Options

  • Kushans, Mauryas and Guptas    

  • Mauryas, Guptas and Shakas

  • Mauryas, Shakas and Guptas

  • Guptas, Shakas and Mauryas

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Solution

Mauryas, Shakas and Guptas

Explanation:

Chandragupta Maurya founded the Mauryan Dynasty in the third century BCE. During the first century BCE, there were Sakas. The Guptas first ruled India in the early fourth century.

Concept: Towns and Trade
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