Short Biograpy of Chandrgupt Maurya

 Chandragupta Maurya was the founder of the Maurya Empire in ancient India. He was born in 320 BCE in a small kingdom in present-day India and rose to power through a series of military conquests. He is credited with creating the first centralized government in India and unifying the country under one rule. He was also known for his policies of religious tolerance and his support of Buddhism. Chandragupta's rule marked the beginning of the Mauryan Empire, which would become one of the most powerful and influential empires in the ancient world. He died in 298 BCE and was succeeded by his son Bindusara.