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According to Bamzai’s history, Ashoka, the king of Magadha, was the king of all Afghanistan in the west. Balochistan, Sindh, Kashmir in the north, Kashmir and Bengal in the southeast. Ashoka was a follower of Buddhism. His reign was also unprecedented.
He was a wise, knowledgeable, and peace-loving ruler over his subjects, unparalleled in history. No great ruler like Ashoka was born in the East and West before the advent of Islam. Ashoka brought the knowledge of love, tolerance, purity, equality.
And morality to its peak and engraved his sayings and decrees on the rocks. The traces of which are still present today. After Ashoka, his son Jaluk ascended the throne and ruled for sixty years. Jalok protected his father’s intellectual, literary, and moral heritage and established contacts with Chinese kings.
Jalok established the Department of Justice and improved administrative matters. During his tenure, local and central courts were established which were headed by the Chief Justice. During the same period, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Interior.
The Department of Taxation, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Religious Affairs. And the Ministry of Astronomy and Accounts were established. The highlight of Jaluk’s reign was the advice of his queen.
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The queen assisted the king in running the affairs of the kingdom, and in every department. The daughters and princesses of educated and noble families held special positions. Jalok and his queen preferred the teachings of the Buddha to the teachings of Kotilia Chanakya.
During this period education became common and potholes were built at government expense. All over the country where men and women used to come to quench their thirst for knowledge. Men, along with their wives and children, used to come to these potholes.
And listen to lectures by Buddhist scholars. In 172 BC, Jaluk and his queen relinquished power and handed over the affairs of the kingdom to his brother Damodar. Damodar ruled for 32 years and further improved the affairs of the empire.
Damodar built new cities, settlements, educational institutions, roads, inns, crafts, and health centers. He built dams along the floodplains and rivers and arranged for government boats wherever there were crossing points.
Damodar settled a settlement by his name near Srinagar which was a model settlement in every respect. Today, the settlement is home to Srinagar Airport and military barracks. Damodar set up departments of census, census, land survey.
And animal census aimed
at eradicating poverty, resettling barren lands, and raising domestic animals. Damour was a carnivore, which softened the law of slaughter itself. During the reign of the same king, Sharda University was expanded. And besides Gandha University, the campuses at Patna, Banaras, and Shahbaz Ghari were improved.
Apart from its natural beauty, Kashmir also became the cradle of scientific and literary beauty during the Mauryan rule. Chinese tourists and eminent scholars visited Kashmir and this trend continued till 432 AD.
Famous Kashmiri scholars such as Dharma Mastar, Buddha Varman, Soluchi, Tanchant. And Tan Si Sai visited China and wrote research papers on Chinese literature and sciences. After Ashoka’s death, the line of his successors did not last long.
The system of the empire, which was at its peak, soon began to decline. There came a time when only the region of Magadha remained the last sign of this empire. The Dravidians gradually gained strength and took over the entire state, including Magadha.
In 78 AD,c
Maharaja Kanishka ascended the throne. Kanishka ruled for 45 years and not only restored but also expanded the system of Ashoka’s great empire. Kanishka invaded China and gained control from Tibet to Shughar, Yarqand, Khotan, and Badakhshan in the northwest.
The flag of victory was also waved over Kashmir and adjoining areas in the east and northeast. Kanishka ruled Balochistan, Sindh, Makran, and adjoining Iranian territories. But the states of Magadha, Chola, Andhra, Kalanga, and Malwa remained in place.
The Rajagans of these states maintained good relations with Kanishka and never engaged in any conspiracy. The Rajagans of these states served Buddhism well and continued to follow Kanishka’s preaching and reformation programs.
It can be said that these states while remaining within their sovereignty, were states of the same religion as Kanishka, which strengthened Kanishka’s rule.