Uyanis Buyuk Selcuklu Episode 18 With Urdu Subtitle

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The map of the world compiled by the Greek geographer Claudius Ptolemy in 139 recognized pain rule over the described regions. Star Bow and Pliny also confirmed Ptolemy’s statement. Pliny writes that in the areas of India.

Which Alexander conquered, seven rivers flowed and the country was called Sapt Indus. The country consisted of nine states and each state had a separate and independent king. The Rajagans had differences and never united against foreign invaders.

The names of these independent and sovereign states. Were Kamboch, Vanu, Gandhara, Kelia, Madras, Yodhya, Koro, Sindhu, and Gudrusia. In terms of rivers, the north was the state of Cambodia bordering Kashmir.

Which included parts of Afghanistan and Badakhshan, as well as Chitral and the adjoining province of Pakhtunkhwa. In the southwest was the state of Vanu or Bannu. The state was located south of the Kurram River.

The Gandhara area was between the Indus and the Jhelum, which was the most important. Kalia was located between Jhelum and Chenab and was the smallest. But most important state in terms of food production.

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The Madras region was north of the Ravi, bordering Kashmir. To the south of the Ravi River was the state of Yodhya, which extended to the present Saiwal, Okara, Pakpattan, Kahror, and Multan.

The Koroka area was northeast of the Ravi, which included Sialkot, Jammu, and parts of the adjoining Indian Punjab.

The area from Multan to the shores of the Arabian Sea. And Makran to the Indus and from the Bolan River to Makran was included in Gadrushi. At present, this whole area is included in the borders of Pakistan.

Which has been known geographically, politically, economically, and militarily since ancient times. Was important to In 500 BC, the emperors of Iran conquered the territories of Gandhara, Gadrusia, and Indus.

At that time the area consisted of three provinces called the Northern, Eastern, and Western Provinces. The areas of Gadur Shia and Sindhu were inhabited by Jats, Gandha Ramin Khattak, Kakra, Afridi, and other tribes.

In South Asia,

there were separate states called Magadha, Malwa, and Chola. Where the Iranians never interfered, nor did the inhabitants of these states have any relationship with the other three provinces or states.

Even foreign invaders and the kings of the western states never ventured south. After Alexander’s death in 327 BC, his great empire disintegrated. Alexander’s generals ruled over parts of the country but were unsuccessful.

A general named Silvio Kass declared his rule over Central and West Asia and recaptured many territories. Around the same time, Prince Chandra Gupta of Patli Patra (Patna) attacked the Greeks and pushed them to the other side of the Hindu Kush.

This is the first time that a local and strong government has been established in most parts of present-day Pakistan with its capital at Patlipatra (Patna). Chandra Gupta died in 294 BC, after which his son Bandu succeeded to the throne.

Bandu Sara did not have the ability to run a large empire. He soon resigned in favor of his famous son Ashoka and took the title of nominal king. Ashoka ruled over the whole of India for a long time and for the first time.

The Kingdom of India was established in the name of Hind. Buddhism flourished during Ashoka’s reign and the cradle of the oldest civilization. And the independent state of Kashmir also joined Ashoka’s empire. K’s ruthless pen didn’t care.

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