Also, Harisena, the famous poet and courtier of Samundra Gupta, wrote a book named Prayag Prashti. Harissa created Samnudragupta’s character as a hero who won many battles against powerful kings in this book. Also, he explained the military power during the second emperor of the Gupta Dynasty. He almost presented the emperor as Napoleon, who did not lose any war in his entire life.
People Who have Titles Related to Napoleon of India
According to various media sources and old books, we have found that there are several personalities who have titles related to Napoleon of India. Here are some.
- Samundragupta is known as Napoleon of India (335 -375).
- Rajendra Chola 1 is commonly known as Napoleon of South India and South East Asia (1014 -1044).
- Gangya Dev has the title of Napoleon of West India (1010 - 1041)
- General Zorawar Singh was known as Little Napoleon of India.
About Napoleon of India:
As mentioned earlier, Samundragupta is popularly known as Napoleon of India. He expanded his military resources and political power quickly. According to Harisen’s book, he acquired many kingdoms of the country. At a time, all the kingdoms from The Himalayan ranges to southeast India were his tributaries. Chandragupta II was his successor.
As per the Eran Stone inscription, historians found information about the Military power of the second emperor of the Gupta dynasty. It is said that Samnudragupta’s enemy kings get terrified when they used to see him in their dreams.
Who is Called the Napoleon of India?
Samundragupta has the title of Napoleon of India as he never loses a war during his administration. According to a book written by his courtier Harisen (famous poet), Samudra Gupta Enlarged his power exponentially and kept him terrified of his enemy.
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