top of page
  • Writer's pictureRajeev Katyal




A Chakravrthin ruler, Kharavela was initially a King of Kalinga, under whom a very large empire grew that conquered Magadh, drove Yavana kings towards Mathura in fear, subdued the Satakarnis and established overlordship from east to parts of north India. He also constructed huge public works and expanded trade and cultural relations with South East Asia. His inscriptions are found in the Hathigumpha caves. He is said to have existed around the era between 2nd and 1st century BC.

📜Battles for Delhi: Dilli Kareeb AST is a must-read for every Indian who wants to understand the price of freedom. The storytelling format makes it fascinating and engaging at the same time.

📔Available at

2 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page