HistoryPeshawar and Mathura were the two major centres of power of which of the following?

Peshawar and Mathura were the two major centres of power of which of the following?


  1. A
    Chera dynasty
  2. B
    The Kushanas
  3. C
    Chola dynasty
  4. D
    The Pandyas 

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    Peshawar and Mathura were the two major centres of power of the Kushanas. The Kushana dynasty is believed to have been administered from two capitals: Mathura in northern India and Purushapura or Peshawar near the Khyber Pass. The Kushana Empire's most powerful king was Kanishka. Kanishka's empire stretched from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to Mathura and Kashmir.
     
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