Bindusara (293-273 BC) Facts
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Bindusara (293-273 BC):
He was son of Chandragupta and was known as Amitraghta (slayer of foes) by the Greek writers. He continued his friendly
links with Syrin King Antiochus I and is stated to have requested for a present of figs and wine together with sophist. He received a great ambassador, Daimachos, from Antiochus I. Pliny tell that ptolemy II Philadephus of Egypt sent an envoy, Dionysios, to Bindusara's court.
| Various Names Of Bindusara
|Amitraghat ||Sanskrit Literature |
|Amitchetas ||Strabo which was Greek verion of Sanskrit 'Amitraghata' |
|Seemseri || Rajvalli Katha |
|Bindupala ||Fa-Feenchulin or slayer of foes |