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Kanishka shifted his capital to Prashapur (Peshawar) instead of Patna. Which opened up new avenues for development and trade in the present Punjab, Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, and Kashmir. Constructed new ports on the Indus River and arranged barges for the convenience of traders.
He built forts on the site of Hind and present Hazro and expanded Patan. During the Kishan period, the World Buddhist Conference was held at Kunzal Van on the outskirts of Srinagar. Attended by 500 Buddhist scholars and 3,000 writers and researchers.
The conference lasted for six months and scholars and intellectuals made important decisions. In the light of these decisions, Mahavi Bhash, the book of intellect and knowledge, was compiled. And the authors compiled 3,000 volumes of this scholarly document.
The important decisions of the conference and the prophecies of the future were engraved on copper tablets. And these tablets were placed in stone boxes and stored in a basement. Stupas were built in the basement.
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As well as more stupas in the Neelum Valley and adjoining areas of Swat to preserve important decisions in the original stupa. Experts have so far failed to trace the basement, which is mentioned in Buddhist documents. And sayings engraved on stones. During the handover to the Indian government.
Kanishka ruled for 45 years. After Kanishka’s death in 123 AD, his son Hoshak and then grandson Choushak remained in power. With the death of Choushak in 178 AD. The Kanishka period came to an end and the decline of Buddhism began.
The stronghold of Kanishka’s rule was present-day Pakistan. Kanishka did not invade the southern states nor did he try to tax them. Kashmir was a province of great importance during the Kanishka period and the cradle of knowledge and literature.
Many centers of spirituality were also established in Kashmir where Buddhist monks used to meditate. On the one hand, these religious leaders would focus on worship and austerities. And on the other hand, they would search for such rare herbs from the forests.
And mountains of Kashmir
and extract new medicines and medicines for the people. During the Kanishka period, many books on Vedic sciences were written and sent all over the world by Buddhist preachers.
After Kanishka, these tribes revolted and the kingdom of Ashoka the Great was divided into many parts. New princely states and states were formed and a relentless cycle of carnage began. White Hun ruler Mehr Gul was very cruel and ruthless.
Due to the oppression of present Punjab and adjoining areas. He was defeated by the Rajagans of different states, then Mehr Gul took refuge in the fort of Skala (Sialkot). Later he went to Kashmir and sought refuge with the Raja there.
For some time he was the Raja’s guest and then as soon as the opportunity arose. He came to power after killing the Raja and his family. Mehr Gul was an enemy of Buddhism. Mehr Gul invaded Kashmir, Punjab, Afghanistan, and Chinese Turkestan and massacred the Buddhists.
Buddhist education centers,
including Shadra University, were demolished and the Department of Justice was abolished. Pandit Kalhan has described him as an enemy of humanity and a brutal human being. He had no mercy on women, children, or the elderly.
Kashmiris still call him Tri Kota, meaning 30 million killers. Mehr Gul is a horrible and anti-human character of history. That has not been mentioned by anyone except Kashmiri and Afghan historians. Mehr Gul was invincible.
No ruler from India, China, Iran, and Central Asia dared to oppose him. It is said that when a dervishes from Tibet came to Srinagar, the oppressed people went to the dervishes with a cry. Durvish listened and took a dagger and dug into the ground and made his way back.
On the same night in the year 630, Mehrgal committed suicide by stabbing himself in the chest with a poisoned dagger and was sent to hell. The white hens rose from Central Asia and grew like a whirlwind. These people belonged to the Mongol race.
The first invaders were Afghanistan. By 500 AD, all the Gandhas had taken over the kingdom and wiped out the traces of Buddhism. Mehr Gul Hun has been mentioned on the previous page.
Mehrgal was the ruler of some districts of Punjab, the capital of which was Skala (Sialkot). They occupied vast areas of present-day Pakistan and India and received tributes from forty states.