Chandragupta II Vikramaditya (c 380 to 413/415 CE): He was one of the most powerful kings of the Gupta Empire who ruled the northern India for a long time. He was the son of Samudragupta the Great. The period of his rule is referred to as the Golden Age of India in the history books. Chandragupta II Vikramaditya ruled fearlessly for a very long time and went on to aggressively expand his empire like his predecessor did.
DINAR | Coins of Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal : Gold | Weight (gm) : '7-9 | Size (mm) : 19-23 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Archer type Class 1 var. a | Minting Technique : Die struck | Obverse Description : The Standard Archer type of ChandraGupta II with a slight variation: Bow string inwards and "Chandra" in Brahmi written vertically between the string and the King |