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Dwaraka and Kusasthali. Kusasthali was the older city, upon which the city of Dwaraka was built during the time of Vasudeva Krishna.. From constant attack by envious Jarasandha, the Magadha king, Yadavas had to leave Mathura and flee to the city of Dwaravati.(2,14).

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Elephant goad - Wikipedia

The elephant goad, bullhook, or ankus (from Sanskrit aṅkuśa or ankusha) is a tool employed by mahout in the handling and training of elephants.It consists of a hook (usually bronze or steel) which is attached to a 60–90 cm (2.0–3.0 ft) handle, ending in a tapered end.

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The Mauryan state swiftly lost cohesion, and was replaced by lesser territories. Two of the largest and most stable were the core of the Mauryan Empire, Magadha, located in the central Ganges plain, and Satavahana, in the central Deccan in the south.

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yadav history - ROYAL YADAVS

Dwaraka and Kusasthali. Kusasthali was the older city, upon which the city of Dwaraka was built during the time of Vasudeva Krishna.. From constant attack by envious Jarasandha, the Magadha king, Yadavas had to leave Mathura and flee to the city of Dwaravati.(2,14).

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Energy Sector Projects under CPEC - CPEC

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Kingdoms of the Far East - Tocharians / Yuezhi

c.4000 - 3500 BC: This is the early proto-Indo-European phase in the Indo-European homeland on the Pontic-Caspian steppe.It is during this phase - and probably towards the end of it - that the Tocharian branch begins to break away and migrate eastwards, following the Central Asian steppe towards Mongolia and western China.

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Hellenistic Monarchs & Sketches in the History of Western ...

Hellenistic Monarchs down to the Roman Empire. The Hellenistic Age suffers from some of the same disabilities as Late Antiquity, i.e. it doesn't measure up to the brilliance of the Golden Age of Greece and of late Republican and early Imperial Rome.

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India Coins with brief history and Rulers

The Mauryan state swiftly lost cohesion, and was replaced by lesser territories. Two of the largest and most stable were the core of the Mauryan Empire, Magadha, located in the central Ganges plain, and Satavahana, in the central Deccan in the south.

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Ashoka the Great: From Cruel King to Benevolent Buddhist ...

The emperor Ashoka is considered to be one of India's greatest monarchs, and was the third ruler of the Mauryan Empire. Whilst Ashoka's conquests pale in comparison to his illustrious grandfather's, he is widely remembered as a Buddhist ruler, and it was his contributions to Buddhism and morality that made him such a renowned figure in Indian history.

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History of Central Asia | Britannica.com

The Bactrian control of Taxila was disturbed by an intrusion of the Scythians, known in Indian sources as the Shakas (who established the Shaka satrap).

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Hellenistic Monarchs & Sketches in the History of Western ...

Hellenistic Monarchs down to the Roman Empire. The Hellenistic Age suffers from some of the same disabilities as Late Antiquity, i.e. it doesn't measure up to the brilliance of the Golden Age of Greece and of late Republican and early Imperial Rome.

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History of Central Asia | Britannica.com

The Bactrian control of Taxila was disturbed by an intrusion of the Scythians, known in Indian sources as the Shakas (who established the Shaka satrap).

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Ashoka the Great: From Cruel King to Benevolent Buddhist ...

The emperor Ashoka is considered to be one of India's greatest monarchs, and was the third ruler of the Mauryan Empire. Whilst Ashoka's conquests pale in comparison to his illustrious grandfather's, he is widely remembered as a Buddhist ruler, and it was his contributions to Buddhism and morality that made him such a renowned figure in Indian history.

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Alexander the Great | Biography, Empire, & Facts | Britannica.com

Alexander the Great: Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia (336–323 BCE) who overthrew the Persian empire and laid the foundations for the Hellenistic world.

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Alexander the Great: Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia (336–323 BCE) who overthrew the Persian empire and laid the foundations for the Hellenistic world.

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Elephant goad - Wikipedia

The elephant goad, bullhook, or ankus (from Sanskrit aṅkuśa or ankusha) is a tool employed by mahout in the handling and training of elephants.It consists of a hook (usually bronze or steel) which is attached to a 60–90 cm (2.0–3.0 ft) handle, ending in a tapered end.

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Indian campaign of Alexander the Great - Wikipedia

Alexander personally took command of the shield-bearing guards, foot-companions, archers, Agrianians, and horse-javelin-men and led them against the clans – the Aspasioi of Kunar valleys, the Guraeans of the Guraeus valley, and the Assakenoi of the Swat and Buner valleys.

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Energy Sector Projects under CPEC - CPEC

Energy Sector Projects under CPEC. Estimated 10,400 MW of electricity are slated for generation by March 2018 as part of CPEC's "Early Harvest" projects.

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Indian campaign of Alexander the Great - Wikipedia

Alexander personally took command of the shield-bearing guards, foot-companions, archers, Agrianians, and horse-javelin-men and led them against the clans – the Aspasioi of Kunar valleys, the Guraeans of the Guraeus valley, and the Assakenoi of the Swat and Buner valleys.

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