Ancient Indian Kings & Empires OctoberOct 07 2021 07:30pm Asia/Kolkata

India

International Certification in Indian Knowledge Systems

Course Duration
7 October to 18 December 2021
(Thursday to Saturday)
Batch Time: 7:30pm to 8:45pm IST 
30 Sessions x 75 Minutes

 

LEARN LIVE FROM HOME

2200+ Minutes of Content + Q & A + eBook Study Material
Live Classes + Recordings Available

Exam Pattern: MCQ (Online)

 

Course Fee : US$ 150 

Last date for Registration : 21.10.2021

 

Course Introduction:

It is a very unfortunate thing that even after independence, the education system in India did not teach about the Vijigishu, the mighty, the great emperors and kings of ancient India. In our education system it was told that the invaders have always conquered us, we are weak, we are not brave, we are always unsuccessful and we are losers. Our education system told and taught us only about the Mugals. But the reality is very different. India has witnessed the heritage of a great and glorious dynasties and kings. In the Ikshvaku dynasty of Lord Shri Ramchandra, there were great kings like King Dileep, Raghu Raja, Dasharatha. In the Yadu dynasty of Lord Krishna, in the Kaurava dynasty of Hastinapur, in the dynasty of Magadha, stories of thousands of such emperors and kings are available. Along with being a limitless warrior, they were also a great human. The king is a incarnation of Lord Vishnu and all the subjects are his sons; this is the basic concept of Indian kingship. From Maurya dynasty, Shrunga dynasty, Gupta dynasty, Gurjara dynasty, Mewar dynasty, Chalukya, Chola, Pallavas, Pandya, Chera, Magadha, Kosala, Vanga, Ahom, Gondwana, Vakataka, Satavahana, Vijayanagara, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Maharana Pratap; tradition of so many mighty kings is available to us. Considering the Dharma, keeping the goal of four purusharthas in front, these kings set ideal examples from their lives for the happiness of all the subjects. Every Indian youth should remember the great valor of Indian kings and emperors and should try for unprecedented work in his life.

 

What you will Learn from this course ?

        • Origin & Concept of Kingship & Empire in Ancient India
        • Idea of King – Why he is treated as incarnation of Vishnu Devata ?

        • Ancient Raj Vansha like Surya & Chandra Vansha & Further Traditions

        • The Education & Training & Qualities of a King

        • Kings who ruled for more than few Hundred Years

        • Emperors from South India Chalukya, Chola, Pallava, etc

        • Emperors from Central India Gupta, Satvahana, Vakataka,  etc

        • Emperors from West India Gurjar & Mewad, Maratha, etc

        • Emperors from East & North East Maurya, Shrunga, Ahom, etc

        • Knowledge about Need of rewriting Indian Political History

Topics Covered

      • Study of Anceint Indian Kingdoms and Empires

      • Idea of King

      • Concept of Emperor and Kingship

      • The Ancient Political System in India

      • Maurya Empire

      • Shrung Empire

      • Gupta Empire

      • Satawahan Empire

      • Chalukya and Chol Empires

      • Pallav Empire

      • Vakatak Empire

      • Maratha Empire

      • Vijaynagar Empire

      • Ahom Empire

      • Mewad Empire

This Course includes...
  • 35 Hrs of Live Training on zoom

  • Class Recordings

  • Q & A Sessions

  • Study Material in eBook format

  • Guidance for Career / Research Opportunities

  • Digital Certification By GTU and BSIS

 

  • Organizer of Ancient Indian Kings & Empires
    Bhishma School of Indic Studies (BSIS) conducts Online Certificate Courses based on Ancient Indian Vedic Wisdom, True Indian history e.g. Philosophy, Dharma, Religious, Spiritual, Moksha Concepts, Ancient Civilization, Heritage, Art, and Architecture, Ancient Culture, Ancient Science & Technology, Literature, Mathematics, Music, Economics, Political Systems, Social Systems, Health Systems, Agricultural & Environmental Systems, Life Style, etc.
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