What was the extent of Harsha's empire?

A. The entire Indian subcontinent

B. The whole of India

C. The entire Deccan region

D. A part of northern India

Answer: Option D

Solution(By Examveda Team)

At the height of Harsha's power, his Empire covered much of North and Northwestern India, extended East till Kamarupa, and South until Narmada River; and eventually made Kannauj (in present Uttar Pradesh state) his capital, and ruled till 647 CE.

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Comments ( 2 )

  1. Anand R
    Anand R :
    3 years ago

    Option D is correct answer

  2. Prabhas Bhakthudu
    Prabhas Bhakthudu :
    4 years ago

    Actually harsha empire extended to north except Kashmir, and south he faced opposition against chalukyan king till narmadha he extended. Entire Indian subcontinent wrong option

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