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The Gupta Empire took place from 320 AD to 500 AD. It is called India's golden age because there was prosperity, peace, and progress during the time. Advances were made in science, literature, and the arts, and people were more enthusiastic about religion.
Chandra Gupta I, Sumudra Gupta the Great and Chandra Gupta II the great were the most notable rulers of the Gupta dynasty.
It was a peaceful time, Aryabhata and Varahamihira were the leading mathematician who made great Mathematic advances,. The discovery of zero, infinity, decimal numbers and also pi.
There were great advance in medican, science and astronomy which lead to the discpovery of seven planets and minor surgery and the theory of gravity and figuring out that the planet was round not flat.
Chess is said to have originated in this period where its early form in the 6th century was known as caturaṅga, which translates as "four divisions of the Military:
infantry, cavalry, elephants, and chariotry – represented by the pieces that would evolve into the modern pawn, knight, bishop, and rook, respectively
The official religion of thje Gupta Empire was Hinduism, This can known as the art of sculpture and the art of literature They made numerous Hindu shrines to develop the religion to all of there empire.
Chandra Gupta I - takes the throne - 320AD
Samudra Gupta takes the throne - 335 AD
Samudra Gupta introduces Gold Coins
Chandra Gupta II takes the throne - 380 AD
Kumara Gupta I takes the throne - 413 AD
Vaishnavite Tigawa Temple at Jabalpur is built - 415 AD
Invasions of the Huns ,Kumara Gupta defeated the Huns but was not able to
capture them- 452 AD
Most of the Northwest of the Empire is conqured by the Huns - 500 AD
Invasion of tehe Huns leads to the decline of the Gupta Empire - 540 - 550 AD
Gupta Empire Ends 550 AD
Sassanian Empire, where they were to defeat the Sassanid army and kill the Sassanid king, Firuz
The Gupta Empire
Gold coin of Gupta era, depicting a Gupta king holding a bow.
Silver coin of Chandragupta II