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Chandragupta II

Samudragupta was succeeded by his son ChandraguptaII vikramaditya.

He ruled form 375 to 415 A.D. He fought against sakas and defeated them.

He invaded Malva, Gujarat and Saurastra and defeated their rulers and annexed them to the Gupta empire.

Among the 42 inscriptions are available for Gutas period 6 belongs to Chandragupta II.

Chandragupta II vikramaditya assumed the title `Sakari` and `Vikramaditya`.

He made Ujaini in Malwa the second capital of Gupta empire.

His court was adorned by Nine poets called Navratnas including Kalidas.

Kalidasa wrote Abhignana sakuntalam, Kumarasambhavam, Meghadutam, Malavikagnimitram, Raghuvamsam, Ritusamhara.

The Buddhist pilgrim Fahien came to India during the period of Chandragupta II.

Chandragupta II was succeeded by his son Kumaragupta. He ruled for a long period of 42 years.