founder of Buddism; born a prince; left his father's wealth to find the cause of human suffering; also know as Buddha
The grandson of Chandragupta, who is considered the best leader of the Mauryan Empire.
Chinese Buddhist monk who traveled to India in search of documents about the teachings of the Buddha
most famous mathematician of the Gupta Empire and the first scientist known to have used algebra
(Yangtze River) the longest river in Asia, flowing about 3,400 miles from central China to the Yellow Sea