|Empire||Approximate maximum extent (Area in km²)||Approximate date of maximum extent|
|British Indian Empire||4,574,000||1911|
|Maurya Empire||3,400,000–5,000,000||261 BC or 250 BC|
|Republic of India (for comparison)||3,287,263||–|
Who ruled India for long time?
|• 1936–1947||George VI|
|• 1858–1862 (first)||Charles Canning|
|• 1947 (last)||Louis Mountbatten|
When was the Indian empire the biggest?
The Largest Empires In The History Of India
|Rank||Empire||Approximate date of maximum extent|
|1||Mauryan Empire||250 BCE|
|2||Mughal Empire||1690 CE|
|3||Gupta Empire||400 CE|
|4||Republic of India (for comparison)||Present|
How long did the Indian empire last?
The median is 330 years. The civilizations that lasted the longest seem to be the Aksumite Empire which lasted 1100 years and the Vedic Period of India which lasted 1000 years.
Which empire killed the most?
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Who ruled the world the longest?
The Roman Empire is considered to have been the most enduring in history. The formal start date of the empire remains the subject of debate, but most historians agree that the clock began ticking in 27 BC, when the Roman politician Octavian overthrew the Roman Republic to become Emperor Augustus.
Who is powerful king in India?
1. Emperor Akbar. Emperor Akbar was from the Mughal empire and was one of the greatest monarchs in the history of India.
Who is powerful man in India?
Top ten nominees
|1||B. R. Ambedkar (1891–1956)||Maharashtra|
|2||A. P. J. Abdul Kalam (1931–2015)||Tamil Nadu|
|3||Vallabhbhai Patel (1875–1950)||Gujarat|
|4||Jawaharlal Nehru (1889–1964)||Uttar Pradesh|
Who is the 1st king of India?
Ans: Chandragupta Maurya was the first king/ruler of Ancient India.
Who ruled India before British?
The Mughals ruled over a population in India that was two-thirds Hindu, and the earlier spiritual teachings of the Vedic tradition remained influential in Indian values and philosophy. The early Mughal empire was a tolerant place. Unlike the preceding civilisations, the Mughals controlled a vast area of India.