Dhanusha was succeeded by his son Sarva (or Urja or Jatu or Jahu or Jantu). That Shudra lover formed the dynasty of the Nandas and became its first ruler by the name of Mahapadma Nanda. *, 1d) The Magadha king of the Jarāsandha line and of Sahadeva family; twenty-two kings of the line ruled for 1000 years; succeeded by Vīrahantas. Sanskrit, also spelled संस्कृतम् (saṃskṛtam), is an ancient language of India commonly seen as the grandmother of the Indo-European language family (even English!). Kalashoka had ten sons who followed him but the records are very obscure. Datta, Saurav R. "Shishunaga Dynasty." This son was originally split into two halves, but joined together by the Rakṣasi Jarā.
Saurav Ranjan Datta belongs to the city of Kolkata in India. Lexicographers, esp. Lexicographers, esp. Jarasandha was the father in law of Kamsa. Not much is known now about the rule of Kalashoka. 1) Bṛhadratha (बृहद्रथ):—[=bṛhad-ratha] [from bṛhad > bṛṃh] m. a powerful hero, [Ṛg-veda]. Shishunaga was succeeded by his son Kalashoka, but not much is known about his military achievements. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article. Jarasandha had two daughters – Prapti & Asti. Tradition says that Kalashoka was brutally murdered by having a knife thrust in his throat by a Shudra, a low caste man who usurped the throne and formed the Nanda Dynasty.
The Shishunaga Dynasty (also Sishunaga/Shaishunaga Dynasty) ruled the Magadha Kingdom in ancient India from c. 413 BCE to c. 345 BCE (in some sources from 421 BCE). The Second Buddhist Council took place in Vaishali during their rule (the first probably being held under the aegis of the Haryanka).
(Agni Purāṇa, Chapter 275). Ever since the advent of the Vedas after 1500 BCE, ancient Indian society had been divided into four main castes of Brahmins, Kshatriya, Vaishyas, and Shudras and turned into a sphere of influence of the Brahmins. Jarasandha was succeeded by his son Sahadeva who was killed in the Kurukshetra war. The rulers were also culturally inclined and supported various vocations. According to Puranas, the Brihadratha dynasty reigned for 1000 years, Pradyota dynasty reigned for 138 years and Sisunagas reigned for 360 or 362 years. For only $5 per month you can become a member and support our mission to engage people with cultural heritage and to improve history education worldwide. Dhanusha was succeeded by his son Sarva (or Urja or Jatu or Jahu or Jantu).
According to the Mahabharata and the Puranas, he was the eldest of the five sons of Vasu, the Kuru king of Chedi and his queen Girika. such as amarasiṃha, halāyudha, hemacandra, etc. This Bṛhadratha was a mighty warrior-king with an army of three akṣauhiṇīs (an akṣauhiṇi is a complete army consisting of 21870 horses and 109350 infantry). Bṛhadratha (बृहद्रथ).—name of a yakṣa: Mahā-Māyūrī 22. The hypothesized Yavana invasion of Pataliputra is based in the Yuga Purana. Brihadratha was also the Founder of Brihadratha dynasty (First dynasty of Magadha). He also defeated the powerful confederation of the Vrijjis to the immediate north with their capital at Vaishali after 16 years of ancient Indian warfare from c. 484 BCE to c. 468 BCE. The name of Brihadratha is also found in the Rigveda. The Buddhist text ‘Mahabodhivamsa’ also gives the names of the ten sons of Kalashoka; Nandivardhan's name is also mentioned, who was probably Mahanandin’s father. ...] a [particular] Mantra, [cf. One day the hermit Śākāyanya appeared before him and told him that he might ask any boon. Under the Shishunagas, as under other Magadhan dynasties, various philosophies and religions also flourished, especially Buddhism and Jainism. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. The Buddhist accounts only say that he was a very efficient official of Magadha who surely would have impressed the citizens through hard work and honesty and hence rose to the pinnacle. Mahīnetra, Acala and Ripuñjaya; Pulaka killed this king and installed his son, Bālaka on the throne.
The common people deposed the last ruler of the Haryanka Dynasty & chose the most qualified official of the kingdom. Then, once Puspapura (Pataliputra) has been reached, [and] its celebrated mud[-walls] cast down, all the realms will be in disorder, there is no doubt.
The hermit gave them a mango fruit and said that the King should enthrone the son who would be born by eating the mango, and return to the forest for penance. This is more likely to be true with Mahanandin as the last Shishunaga ruler. The Mauryans had diplomatic alliances with the Greeks, and they may have been considered as allies by the Greco-Bactrians.
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 Pushyamitra killed the former emperor in front of his military and established himself as the new ruler. 4) Bṛhadratha (बृहद्रथ).—Son of Uparicara, the king of Cedi.