Dynasties and founders in ancient India Dynasties and founders in ancient India

Dynasties and founders in ancient IndiaDynasties and founders in ancient India

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പുരാതന ഇൻഡ്യയിലെ രാജവംശങ്ങളും സ്ഥാപകരും

ഇൻഡ്യയിലെ രാജവംശങ്ങളും സ്ഥാപകരും
അടിമ വംശം കുത്തബ്ദീൻ ഐബക്
കണ്വ വംശം വാസുദേവ കണ്വർ
കുശാന വംശം കജുല കാഡ്ഫിസെസ്
ഖിൽജി വംശം ജലാലുദ്ദീൻ ഖിൽജി
ഗുപ്ത രാജവംശം ശ്രീഗുപ്തൻ
ചാലൂക്യ വംശം പുലികേശി I
ചോള സാമ്രാജ്യം പരാന്തകൻ I
തുഗ്ലക് വംശം ഗിയാസുദ്ദീൻ തുഗ്ലക്
നന്ദവംശം മഹാപത്മനന്ദൻ
പല്ലവരാജവംശം സിംഹവിഷ്ണു
പാല രാജവംശം ഗോപിലൻ
ബാഹ്മനി വംശം അലാവുദ്ദീൻ ബാഹ്മൻ ഷാ
മര്യവംശം ചന്ദ്രഗുപ്ത മൗര്യൻ
മറാത്ത വംശം ശിവജി
മുഗൾ വംശം ബാബർ
രാഷ്ട്രകൂട വംശം ദന്തി ദുർഗ്ഗൻ
ലോദി വംശം ബഹലൂൽ ലോദി
വാകാടക രാജവംശം വിന്ധ്യാശക്തി
വിജയനഗര സാമ്രാജ്യം ഹരിഹരൻ; ബുക്കൻ
വർദ്ധന സാമ്രാജ്യം പുഷ്യഭൂതി
ശതവാഹന വംശം സിമുഖൻ
ശിശിനാഗ വംശം ശിശുനാഗൻ
സയ്യദ് വംശം കിസർ ഖാൻ
സുംഗ വംശം പുഷ്യമിത്ര സുംഗൻ
ഹര്യങ്ക വംശം ബിംബിസാരൻ
ഹോയ്സാല വംശം ശലൻ

Dynasty (Region) Founder Period
Chalukya Badami Dynasty (Badami) Pulkeshin I 543 AD – 753 AD
Chalukya Vengi Dynasty (Vengi) Vishnu Vardhana 615 AD - 1118 AD
Chola Dynasty (Tamil Region) Vijayalaya 850 AD - 1279 AD
Chola Dynasty, Adi (Cholamandalama) Karikala 190 AD - 600 AD
Gupta Dynasty (Magadha) Srigupta 320 AD - 600 AD
Haryanka Dynasty (Magadha) Bimbisara 684 BC – 413 BC
Kanva Dynasty (Magadha) Vasudeva 75 BC - 30 BC
Khilji Dynasty (Northern India) Jalal-ud-din Khilji 1290 AD – 1320 AD
Kushan Dynasty (West-Northern India) Kadphises 50 AD - 250 AD
Lodhi Dynasty (Northern India) Bahlol Lodhi 1451 AD – 1526 AD
Mauryan Dynasty (Magadha) Chandragupta Maurya 322 BC – 185 BC
Mughal Dynasty (large part of Indian Subcontinent) Babur 1526 AD – 1857 AD
Nanda Dynasty (Magadha) Mahapadmananda 345 BC – 321 BC
Pala Dynasty (Bengal) Gopala 750 AD – 1174 AD
Pallava Dynasty (Kanchi) Singha Vishnu 550 AD - 897 AD
Rashtrakuta Dynasty (Maharashtra) Danti Durga 753 AD – 982 AD
Satvahana Dynasty (Maharashtra) Simuka 230 BC – 220 CE
Slave Dynasty (Northern India) Qutubudin Aibak 1206 AD – 1290 AD
Sunga Dynasty (Magadha) Pushyamitra Sunga 185 BC – 75 BC
Tughlaq Dynasty (Northern India) Ghias-ud-din Tughlaq 1320 AD – 1414 AD

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