Vol. 3, Issue 2 (2018)
Study and analysis of Gupta empire in the history of India
Author(s): Anup Singh
Abstract: The age of Guptas has been regarded as the age of all-round progress in India by all historians. Obviously, the Gupta period was the traditional time of antiquated India however we need to acknowledge its impediments moreover. The expectations for everyday comforts, which achieved their pinnacle, were constrained to privileged societies alone and, promote the style of the Gupta period was confined to northern India alone. In a steady progression, the considerable Gupta rulers gave political solidarity to a vast piece of north India for about two centuries, controlled it well and aided in the making of those conditions which prompted the development of Sanskrit dialect and writing, horticulture, exchange and trade both outside and inward, science, expressive arts and recovery of Hinduism which made their period the most wonderful time of antiquated India and gave it the title of 'Brilliant Age'.