Chandragupta Maurya founded the Mauryan Empire. He was considered to be the first Emperor
who integrated the major part of Greater India into one state. Chandragupta Maurya played a
crucial role in Indian history. Together with Chief advisor Chanakya, they build a strong
economic and political reform. Under the leadership of Chandragupta Maurya, India was
described as highly efficient and sorted out bureaucratic structure. Under his leadership
Buddhism and Jainism flourished in India. Chandragupta Maurya took his last breath at
Akbar was one of the greatest Mughal Emperor ruled from 1556 until his death. He was the third
ruler of the Mughal dynasty. He followed a centralized system of administration throughout the
period of his leadership. Akbar’s rule fundamentally affected the course of Indian history. Amid
his management, the Mughal domain tripled in size and wealth. He made an intense military
framework and established successful political and social changes. Akbar was considered to
one of the most liberal ruler who had faith in cultural integration.
Ashoka, also known as Samraat Chakravartin was a ruler of Mauryan Dynasty from c.â€‰268 to
232 BCE. Ashoka is often recognized as a generous ruler. In the Kalinga decrees, he addresses
his kin as his "kids", and specifies that as a father he craves their great. He ruled over a large
portion of the Indian subcontinent from the present day Iranian territories of Khorasan, Sistan
and Balochistan (unpartitioned), through the Hindukush Mountains in Afghanistan, to the Indian
condition of Assam in the east, and as far south as northern Kerala and Andhra Pradesh.
Ashoka has a significant contribution in spreading Buddhism
Prithviraj Chauhan was a ruler of Chauhan Dynasty. His reigned Northern India including
Ajmer and Delhi in the 12 Century. He romanced with the daughter of Jai Chandra Rathod of
Kannauj, Samyukta occupying an important place in history of Indian Romance. Prithviraj
Chauhan occupies a significance in history because of his victory over Shahabuddin Muhammad
Ghori in the First Battle of Tarain in 1191.
Shivaji Bhonsle, also called as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was the founder of Maratha Empire.
Shivaji built up a capable and dynamic civil rule with the assistance of a restrained military and all
around organized administrative associations. He invented the guerrilla warfare methods, which
influenced key elements like geography, speed and helped them to focus on defeating more giant
and potent enemies. Shivaji is recalled as exceptional warrior and a hero who joined the greater part
of India against the Mughals.
Rana Pratap Singh, also called as Maharana Pratap was a Rajput ruler who ruled North
Western part of India, presently known as Rajasthan. Known for his heroism and generosity,
Maharana Pratap conflicted with the Mughals, especially Emperor Akbar. He belonged to
Sisodia Clan of Rajputs.