Who Ruled North India Tamil Nadu When Alexander India Invasion Chera Chola Nanda Kings List


I have written quite a few articles on the History of India stressing the fact that the real history of India is not made public.

Even when one reads the doctored History of India,One finds that the facts recorded relating to the West presented are accepted and the corresponding facts,as vouched in the same western source,relating to India are dismissed as Legends,myths!

One such fact is the dismissal of Indian Kings who were contemporaries of Western Kings.

So much is the misinformation,One reader,after reading the Kings List of Tamil Nadu from 484 BC,wrote to me asking me to indicate the name of the Tamil King who ruled at the time of Alexander’s invasion of India.

I am providing the Indian Kings List who were ruling India at the time of Alexander’s presence in India.

The first point is that Alexander did nor conquer India,contrary to what we have been taught.

“Strabo, the Greek historian wrote: “Generally speaking, the men who have written on the affairs of India were a set of liars…Of this we became the more convinced whilst writing the history of Alexander.”

“Following Alexander’s failure to gain a position in India and the defeat of his successor Seleucus Nikator, relationships between the Indians and the Greeks and the Romans later, was mainly through trade and diplomacy. Also the Greeks and other ancient peoples did not see themselves as in any way superior, only different.”

This statement by Russia’s Marshal Gregory Zhukov on the Macedonian invasion of India in 326 BCE is significant because unlike the prejudiced colonial and Western historians, the Greeks and later Romans viewed Indians differently. For instance, Arrian writes in Alexander Anabasis that the Indians were the noblest among all Asians.’

“Strabo, the Greek historian wrote: “Generally speaking, the men who have written on the affairs of India were a set of liars…Of this we became the more convinced whilst writing the history of Alexander.”

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2016/01/16/porus-defeated-spared-alexander-life/

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2017/01/10/alexander-feared-bengalis-fled/

Indian influence in Greece and middle east was present very much earlier to Alexander.

The Shiva family returned to India through Russia, Kazakhstan, and Persia.

The Greek connection of Shiva.

Hercules is believed to be either Balram or Lord Krishna.-quoted by Megasthenes.

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2015/02/05/dionysus-greek-god-is-shiva-migrated-from-south-india/

Alexander in India.

‘Alexander III of Macedon (20/21 July 356 BC – 10/11 June 323 BC),
In the winter of 327/326 BC, Alexander personally led a campaign against these clans; the Aspasioi of Kunar valleys, the Guraeans of the Guraeus valley, and the Assakenoi of the Swat and Buner valleys. A fierce contest ensued with the Aspasioi in which Alexander was wounded in the shoulder by a dart, but eventually the Aspasioi lost. Alexander then faced the Assakenoi, who fought in the strongholds of Massaga, Ora and Aornos.‘ Source for quote https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_the_Great

Now let us see who were the Indian Kings when Alexander visited India?

Nanda Dynasty.

Mahapadma Nanda ,Nanda Dynasty (c. 345 BCE–321 BCE)

Maurya Dynasty,Chandra Gupta Maurya, (c. 321–298 BCE)

Chera Dynasty, Kuttuvan Uthiyan Cheralaathan (350-328 BC);Imayavaramban Neduncheralaathan ( 328 BC- 270 BC).

( Chera Date from Aarunattar Cave inscriptions near Karur,Tamil Nadu.)

Source for Chera Date. http://pazhayathu.blogspot.in/2012/01/chera-kings-from-430-bc-to-2011-ad.html

Wikipedia reports thus on Chera kings

  1. Ilamkadungo (287–317)
  2. Kanaikal Irumporai (367–397) . I am following the Cave inscription as mentioned above.

Chola Dynasty.



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3 replies

  1. Hello sir.. I have tried a humble attempt to remove all reference to legendary and mythical on the Wikipedia page. It is our proud history and I have replaced legend with history.. Signed in as anonymous

    Regards
    Priya

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