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Ajatashatru.

Ajatashatru.

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Published by National Pub. House] in [Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Prasad, Rajendra, Pres. India, 1884-1963 -- Addresses, essays, lectures.,
    • Presidents -- India -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEditor: Valmiki Choudhary.
      ContributionsPrasad, Rajendra, Pres. India, 1884-1963., Choudhary, Valmiki, 1921-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS481.P7 A64
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 81 p.
      Number of Pages81
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4595229M
      LC Control Number77357701

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        Ajatashatru: Bimbisara was succeeded by his son Ajatashatru, who ruled for about 32 years. He followed a policy of expansion. He conquered the neighbouring states and made Magadha the most prosperous kingdom in norhtem India. Ajatashatru built a fort in the village of Pataligram which later grew into the capital city of Pataliputra. Question 3. Buy this Book at The Life of Buddha, by A. Ferdinand Herold, tr. by Paul C Blum [], at p. Prasenajit and Ajatasatru. ALTHOUGH the Buddha had chastened Ajatasatru's spirit, there were times when the king still gave way to anger. One day, because of a quarrel between a man from Rajagriha and one from.


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Ajatashatru was the son of King Bimbisara of Magadha (modern day Bihar) and ruled during the time of Lord Buddha. He was a great warrior, who conquered 36 republican states surrounding his kingdom and firmly established the predominance of Magadha in Eastern most important war waged by Ajatashatru to gain supremacy over his neighbours was that with the powerful L/5(24).

Ajatashatru (c. / BCE - c. / BCE) was the second important king of the Haryanka Dynasty, who came to the throne of Magadha by deposing and executing Ajatashatru.

book own father Haryanka Dynasty (c. / BCE - c. BCE) came into prominence during the rule of Bimbisara (r. / BCE - / BCE), who extended the Ajatashatru. book through conquests and Author: Saurav Ranjan Datta.

Other articles where Ajātaśatru is discussed: Patna: the 5th century bce by Ajatashatru, king of Magadha (South Bihar). His son Udaya (Udayin) made it the capital of Magadha, which it remained until the 1st century bce.

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Ajatashatru History: Ajatashatru, the famous Indian king belonged to Harayanka dynasty of Magadha. His father was Bimbisara and a contemporary of Lord Buddha and Mahaveer. He forcefully imprisoned his father Bimbisara and enthroned to the kingdom of Magadha. Kosaladevi was his mother, the queens also called as vaidehi, so he known as Vaidehiputra.

Ajatashatru reigned during to BCE as a king of the Haryanka dynasty of Magadha in East India. He was the son of King Bimbisara and was a contemporary of both Mahavira and Gautama Buddha. King Ajatshatru (also spelled Ajatasatru, Ajatashatru) was the King of Magadha Empire.

He was the son of Bimbisara. After the death of his father in about B.C. Ajatshatru came to the throne of Magadha Empire.

He ruled for about 32 years, i.e., B.C. to B.C. He was a very ambitious and powerful [ ]. Ajatasatru means something in Buddhism, Pali, Hinduism, Sanskrit, Jainism, Prakrit, Marathi.

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Add your comment or reference to a book. Ajatsatru Biography Ajatashatru was a king of the Haryanka dynasty of Magadha in East India. He was the son of King Bimbisara and was a contemporary of both. Ajatashatru [阿闍世王] (Skt; Pali Ajatasattu; Jpn Ajase-o) A king of Magadha in India in the time of Shakyamuni Buddha.

Incited by Devadatta, he gained the throne by killing his father, King Bimbisara, a follower of Shakyamuni. He also made attempts on the lives of the Buddha and his disciples by releasing a drunken elephant upon them.

- Buy Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ajatashatru book online at best prices in india on Read Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ajatashatru book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 1. Ajatashatru's Death Accounts of Ajatashatru's death differ vastly in Buddhist and Jaina traditions.

However, it is generally believed that he was brutally murdered by his own son, Udayabhadra, around BC. The latter was greedy and wanted to take over his kingdom. Ajatashatru was then reborn in the hell called Lohakumbhiya. The period assigned to Ajatshatru’s rule is BC to BC.

He was son of Bimbisara’s wife Vaidehi so, the Buddhist texts mention his name as Vaidehi Putra. GK, General Studies, Optional notes for UPSC, IAS, Banking, Civil Services. Ajatasatru was a powerful and authoritative emperor of the Haryanka dynasty of the Magadha kingdom.

He embraced supremacy and dominance over the whole of North India. According to the Buddhist texts, ‘such was his restlessness to ascend the throne and rule the empire that he imprisoned his father, Bimbisara, and got him murdered’. Ajatashatru (Ajātasattu; [6] to BCE or early 4th century BCE [7]) was a king of the Haryanka dynasty of Magadha in East was the son of King Bimbisara and was a contemporary of both Mahavira (Nigantha Nataputta) and Gautama forcefully took over the kingdom of Magadha from his father and imprisoned him.

He fought a war against Vajji, ruled by the Lichchhavis, and. Ajatashatru, also known as Kunika, was the son of Bimbisara. The ancient inscription in Government Museum, Mathura refers to him as vaidehi putra Ajatashatru Kunika "Ajatashatru Kunika, the son of Vaidehi." The story of Ajatashatru.

But, after finding himself trapped in an Ikea wardrobe being transferred out of the country, Ajatashatru begins a journey across Europe and beyond instead. As well having a mouthful of a title, The Extraordinary Journey of The Fakir Who Got Trapped In An Ikea Wardrobe is a fun, quirky book that is full of humour and incredible scenarios.

Many. Yudhishthir was called Ajatashatru in the Mahabharata because he didn't nourish enemity in his heart for anyone.

He loved Duryodhan, Shakuni, Dushasan and Karn too who made his life and life of his brothers and wife hell. Even Dhristrastra told hi. India - India - Magadhan ascendancy: Political activity in the 6th–5th century bce centred on the control of the Ganges valley.

The states of Kashi, Koshala, and Magadha and the Vrijjis battled for this control for a century until Magadha emerged victorious. Magadha’s success was partly due to the political ambition of its king, Bimbisara (c.

– bce).This fort is built by Ajatasatru during 6th century B.C. which is during the Buddha's time. There is stupa sq. metres which is built by Ajatasatru is the main attraction.

Every place and even corners are worth seeing. It is a very old fort still amazing with the art and 4/ TripAdvisor reviews. Ajatashatru was a king of the Haryanka dynasty of Magadha in East India. He was the son of King Bimbisara and was a contemporary of both Mahavira and Gautama Buddha.

Conquered Lichchhavi Kingdom Attacking the Vaishali was an important historical i.