by Kushal Kalita | 2018 | 74,766 words | ISBN-13: 9788171103058
This page relates ‘Koshala Dynasty’ of the English study on the Matsya-purana: a Sanskrit text preserving ancient Indian traditions and legends written in over 14,000 metrical verses. In this study, the background and content of the Matsyapurana is outlined against the cultural history of ancient India in terms of religion, politics, geography and architectural aspects. It shows how the encyclopedic character causes the text to deal with almost all the aspects of human civilization.
The list as follows—
- Sidhārtha (i.e., Gotama),
- Suratha and
The Iṣkvāku dynasty of Kṣatriya rulers came to an end with Sumitra. It is traditionally believed that thirty (30) kings of this dynasty altogether reigned for 1504 years during the period 3138 -1634 B.C.
Footnotes and references:
Ibid., 271.4-18; 273.52-53