Chandragupta I

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Chandra Gupta I
Gupta Emperor
Queen Kumaradevi and King Chandragupta I on a coin of their son Samudragupta 350 380 CE.jpg
Queen Kumaradevi and King Chandragupta I, depicted on a coin of their son Samudragupta, 350–380 AD
Reign 320–335 AD
Predecessor Ghatotkacha (Gupta Ruler)
Successor Samudragupta the Great
Consort Kumaradevi
Wife Queen Kumaradevi
Royal House Gupta dynasty
Religious beliefs Hinduism

Chandra Gupta was a major king of the Gupta Empire around 320 AD. He is generally considered the founder of the Gupta dynasty. He made alliances with many powerful families in the Ganges region.