Dinar - Chandragupta II 375-415

Dinar - Chandragupta II (375-415) -  obverseDinar - Chandragupta II (375-415) -  reverse

© Ritesh K. Jain


Country Gupta Empire (Gupta Empire)
(India (ancient))
Years 375-415
Value 1 Dinar (1)
Currency Drachm (240-550)
Composition Gold
Weight 8.1 g
Diameter 18.87 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
Demonetized Yes


King, nimbate, standing facing left, is in salwar and wearing necklace, the king holds a long bow in his left hand and arrow in his right, with the garuda standard showing a snake coiled around garuda’s neck, Brahmi legend “Chandra” below king’s arm and Brahmi legend “…….Chandra-guptah” at the left field in small characters


Goddess Lakshmi seated on a lotus in padmasana facing front, holding diadem in her right hand while the left is resting on her thigh, a lotus whose stem rises from under her left arm is seen adjacent to the goddess’s face, tamgha to right, Brahmi legend (“Sri Vikramah”)

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