Biografía de Dignaga

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Harshavardhana was an Indian emperor who ruled North India from 606 to 647 CE. He was a member of the Vardhana dynasty and belonged to the Pushyabhuti family. Harshavardhana’s father was Prabhakar Vardhana, a ruler of the Thanesar Kingdom, and his mother was Rajyashri, the sister of the Lichchavi ruler Devaguesa.

Harshavardhana married the Lichchavi princess, Rajyashri, and had two sons, Narasimhavardhana and Govindachandra. He also married the daughter of a chieftain, Dharani.

Harshavardhana’s reign was marked by religious tolerance and he was an admirer of Buddhism. He performed the Ashvamedha sacrifice and built many temples, including the great temple at Kanauj. He was also a patron of the arts and letters, and many Sanskrit works were composed during his reign.

Harshavardhana was defeated and killed by a coalition of his enemies in 647 CE. After his death, his empire was divided among his sons and relatives, and quickly disintegrated..

Escrito por: Gonzalo Jiménez

Licenciado en Filosofía en la Universidad de Granada (UGR), con Máster en Filosofía Contemporánea en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)
Desde 2015, se ha desempeñado como docente universitario y como colaborador en diversas publicaciones Académicas, con artículos y ensayos. Es aficionado a la lectura de textos antiguos y le gustan las películas y los gatos.

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