Short Biography of Porus

 Porus, also known as Puru or Poros, was a king of the Paurava kingdom in ancient India. He is best known for his resistance against Alexander the Great during the Indian campaign of Alexander in 326 BC. Although Porus was ultimately defeated by Alexander, his bravery and tenacity in battle were admired by the Macedonian conqueror. Despite his defeat, Porus was granted a large territory and a position of authority by Alexander, and he continued to rule as a vassal of the Macedonian Empire. Porus is celebrated in Indian history as a symbol of resistance against foreign invaders.