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Alexander | Why Alexander is called the Great ?

Alexander | Why Alexander is called the Great ?
Alexander | Why Alexander is called the Great ?

Alexander – Sikandar Was The Son Of Philip, The Satrap Of Macedonia (Macedonia).

Alexander’s India Campaign

  • Alexander Attacked India Under The Plan Of His World Conquest.
  • Porus (Puru), The Ruler Of The Intermediate Region Of Jhelum And Chenao, Resisted Alexander.
  • Between Sikandar And Porus In 326 BC. A Fierce Battle Took Place On The Banks Of The River Jhelum, In Which Sikandar Was Defeated.
  • This Battle Is Known As ‘War Of Vitasta’ Or ‘War Of Hydaspes’.
  • Later On, Alexander’s Army Refused To Advance Beyond The Vyas River.
  • Eventually Alexander Had To Return.
  • While Returning In 323 BC. Alexander Died In Babylon.
SitaIncome From King’s Land
RunLand Tax Collected From Farmers (1/6th Of Production)
BridgeTax On Booming
VankarTax On Forest Material
TranscendentalFine On Damage Caused By Animals On State Land
VivitTax To Protect Animals
SenabhaktakarTime As Oil And Rice From The People From The Departure Of The Army
BracketOn Land Below State Water Bodies
RopeTax To Be Charged At The Time Of Measurement Of Land
PindkarTax To Be Collected By The King From The Whole Village Once A Year
FormalTax Given To The King On Special Occasions
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