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मौर्य
The Maurya Empire
Timeline: L'Uniona Homanus

OTL equivalent: India, Sri Lanka, parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan
Hindu Flag Om
Flag Coat of Arms
New Maurya Empire
Location of मौर्य

Motto
सत्यमेव जयते (Satyameva Jayate) (Sanskrit)
("Truth alone Triumphs")

Capital and largest City Pataliputra पाटलिपुत्र
Language
  official
 
Sanskrit
  others Minority Languages of tribes and immigrants.
Religion Hinduism
Demonym Mauryan, Indian
Government Theocratic Monarchy
  legislature Samraat and Great Shaman
Established Old Maurya: 431(322 BC)

New Maurya: 878(125 AD)

The Foundation of the Murya and New Maurya

The Maurya were established after their first Emperor named Chandragupta, who was, according to legend, a childhood friend of Alexander the Great, began to expand from the Northern part of the Peninsula and into the areas above the Hindu Kush. A later Emperor named Ashoka the Great would be a devout member of the Hindu faith and would drive out the Buddhists from a large city and into the Island of Sumatra where they would establish a bitter rivalry that would lead to war. Other Emperors would drive out rival noble families who would then leave as the Indians tried to establish territories in other continents. These rival families would also bring consequences to the Maurya. When these forces came down on the Maurya Empire the savior of the country would be found in the leader of the Hindu faith, who would lead 'barbarians' into India and against the invaders. This established the Theocratic State called New Maurya, though it did not have any real connection to the old Maurya.

List of Samraats of the Maurya Empire

Chandragupta Maurya चन्द्रगुप्त मौर्य 433-455 (320-298 BC)

Bindusara 455-481 (298-272 BC)

Ashoka the Great अशोक 479-521 (274-232 BC)

Dasaratha Maurya 521-529 (232-224 BC)

Samprati 529-538 (224-215 BC)

Salisuka 538-551 (215-202 BC)

Devavarman 551-558 (202-195 BC)

Satadhanvan 558-566 (195-187 BC)

Brihadratha 566-573 (187-180 BC)

Ajaatshatru 573-584 (180-169 BC)

Tusharsuvra 584-609 (169-144 BC)

Satadhanvan II 609-630 (144-123 BC)

Satadhanvan III 630-656 (123-97 BC)

Malarvendan 656-684 (97-69 BC)

Tusharsuvra II 684-695 (69-58 BC)

Sacchidananda 695-711 (58-42 BC)

Sacchidananda II 711-724 (42-29 BC)

Satadhanvan IV 724-746 (29-7 BC)

Satadhanvan V 746-772 (7 BC- 19 AD)

Nalinaksha 772-789 (19-36 AD)

Jagachandra 789-810 (36-57 AD)

Jagachandra II 810-842 (57-89 AD)

Brihadratha II 843-860 (89-107 AD)

Satadhanvan VI 860-874 (107-121 AD) killed during the War of the Indian Ocean

Harishchandra 878-902 (123-149 AD) Formerly the Great Shaman for the Hindu religion.

Harishchandra II 902-934 (149-181 AD)

Chandrakant 935-952 (181-199 AD)

Chandrakant II 952-977 (199-224 AD)

Harishchandra III 977-989 (224-236 AD)

Harishchandra IV 989-1001 (236-248 AD)

Mahendra 1001-1014 (248-261 AD)

Prabhakar 1014-1032 (261-279 AD)

Jagachandra III 1032-1059 (279- 306 AD)

Chandrakant III 1059-1075 (306-322 AD)

Harishchandra V 1075-1082 (322-329 AD)

Harishchandra VI 1082-1096 (329-343 AD)

Chandrakant IV 1096-1121 (343-368 AD)

Prabhkar II 1121-1129 (368-376 AD)

Bavishya 1129-1155 (376-402 AD)

Bavishya II 1155-1183 (402-430 AD)

Bavishya III 1183-1187 (430-434 AD)

Harishchandra VII 1187-1198 (434-445 AD)

Chandrakant V 1198-1204 (445-451 AD)

Kripasagar 1204-1222 (451-469 AD)

Bavishya IV 1222-1239 (469-486 AD)

Devabrata 1239-1246 (486-493 AD)

Kripasagar II 1246-1262 (493-509 AD)

Kripasagar III 1262-1291 (509-538 AD)

Harishchandra VIII 1291-1308 (538-555 AD)

Harishcahndra IX 1308-1327 (555-574 AD)

Harishchandra X 1327-1331 (574-578 AD)

Chandrakant VI 1331-1339 (578-586 AD)

Nalinikant 1339-1390 (586-637 AD)

Nalinikant II 1390-1397 (637-644 AD)

Nalinikant III 1397-1412 (644-659 AD)

Nalinikant IV 1412-1428 (659-675 AD)

Nalinikant V 1428-1435 (675-682 AD)

Nalinikant VI 1435-1462 (682-709 AD)

Harishchandra XI 1462-1484 (709-731 AD)

Nalinikant VII 1484-1497 (731-744 AD)

Harishchandra XII 1497-1506 (744-753 AD)

Harishchandra XIII 1506-1529 (753-776 AD)

Nalinikant VIII 1529-1532 (776-779 AD)

Harishchandra XIV 1532-1551 (779-798 AD) Last Maurya Smaraat

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