India (Indus River Valley)

Amrapali (1966)
Haryanka & Shishunaga (684–424 BC)
Bimbisara (544–491 BC), founder of the first Magadhan empire, fights for the beautiful Amrapali, royal courtesan of the republic of Vaishali
Alexander the Great (1941)
Nanda Dynasty (424-321 BC)
Alexander the Great's conquests in North-Western India.
Samrat Chandragupt (1958)
Mauryan Empire (321-185 BC)
Indian emperor befriends, but then defeats Alexander the Great, establishing the Maurya Empire (321 - 185 BC)
Samrat Chandragupta (1945)
Mauryan Empire (321-185 BC)
Ancient, pre-Islamic India; ruler from 320-298 BC
Chandragupta (1934)
Mauryan Empire (321-185 BC)
Founder of Mauryan Empire, originating from Magadha kingdom in modern Bihar, eastern Uttar Pradesh and Bengal in e. India
Ashoka the Great (2001)
Mauryan Empire (321-185 BC)
India after the age of Alexander the Great, Emperor Asoka (273-232 B.C.)
Mayura (1975)
Gupta Dynasty (c. 240-550 AD)
King Mayurasharma (345–365 C.E.), a Brahmin scholar & founder of the Kadamba Kingdom of Banavasi, the earliest native kingdom to rule over what is today the modern state of Karnataka