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Dhruva-devi was the queen of the Gupta emperor Chandragupta II (r. c. 380 – c. 415 CE), who ruled in present-day northern India. She was the mother of his successor Kumaragupta I, and was most probably same as Dhruva-svamini, who has been mentioned as a queen of Chandragupta and the mother of prince Govindagupta in a clay seal inscription.

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  • Dhruva-devi was the queen of the Gupta emperor Chandragupta II (r. c. 380 – c. 415 CE), who ruled in present-day northern India. She was the mother of his successor Kumaragupta I, and was most probably same as Dhruva-svamini, who has been mentioned as a queen of Chandragupta and the mother of prince Govindagupta in a clay seal inscription.
  • Дхрурадеві була королевою імператора Гупти Чандрагупта II (380–415), що правив у сучасній північній Індії. Вона була матір'ю його наступника Кумарагупта I, і, ймовірно, була так само, як Дхрува-сваміні, яка згадується як цариця Чандрагупти і мати князя Говіндагупта в надписі з глиняної печатки.
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  • Dhruva-devi was the queen of the Gupta emperor Chandragupta II (r. c. 380 – c. 415 CE), who ruled in present-day northern India. She was the mother of his successor Kumaragupta I, and was most probably same as Dhruva-svamini, who has been mentioned as a queen of Chandragupta and the mother of prince Govindagupta in a clay seal inscription. According to the Sanskrit play Devi-Chandraguptam, which is now partially lost, Dhruvadevi was originally a queen of Chandragupta's elder brother Ramagupta, who decided to surrender her to a Shaka enemy after being besieged. Chandragupta entered the enemy camp disguised as the queen, and killed the enemy. A reconstruction of the play, based on other literary and epigraphic evidence, suggests that Chandragupta later killed Ramagupta, and married Dhruva-devi. The historicity of this narrative is debated among modern historians, with some scholars dismissing it as a work of fiction.
  • Дхрурадеві була королевою імператора Гупти Чандрагупта II (380–415), що правив у сучасній північній Індії. Вона була матір'ю його наступника Кумарагупта I, і, ймовірно, була так само, як Дхрува-сваміні, яка згадується як цариця Чандрагупти і мати князя Говіндагупта в надписі з глиняної печатки. Згідно санскритської п'єси , яка тепер частково втрачена, Дхрувадеві спочатку була королевою старшого брата Чандагупти Рамагупта, який вирішив віддати її ворогу Шака після того, як був обложений. Чандрагупта увійшов у ворожий табір, замаскований під королеву, і убив ворога. Реконструкція п'єси, заснована на інших літературних і епіграфічних свідченнях, свідчить про те, що Чандрагупта згодом убив Рамагупту і одружився з Дхрува-деві. Історичність цього оповідання обговорюється серед сучасних істориків, а деякі вчені відкидають його як художню літературу.
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