|Sri Gupta||320–335 CE||Founder of the Gupta Empire|
|Ghatotkachagupta||335–350 CE||Son of Sri Gupta|
|Chandragupta I||350–375 CE||Extended the Gupta Empire to the south and west|
|Samudragupta||375–395 CE||The greatest of the Gupta rulers, he conquered much of northern India|
|Chandragupta II||395–415 CE||Known as Vikramaditya, he was a patron of the arts and sciences|
|Kumaragupta I||415–455 CE||The Gupta Empire reached its peak during his reign|
|Skandagupta||455–467 CE||Last major Gupta ruler, he fought off a Hun invasion|
|Budhagupta||467–477 CE||Son of Skandagupta, he was a weak ruler and the Gupta Empire began to decline|
|Narasimhagupta Baladitya||477–495 CE||Son of Budhagupta, he tried to revive the Gupta Empire but was unsuccessful|
|Vishnugupta||495–500 CE||Last known Gupta ruler|
The Gupta Empire was a golden age of Indian history. It was a time of peace and prosperity, and the arts and sciences flourished. The Guptas were great patrons of learning, and their court was a center of intellectual activity. The Gupta Empire also made significant contributions to mathematics, astronomy, and engineering.
The Gupta Empire declined in the 6th century CE due to a combination of factors, including invasions from the Huns and internal political instability. However, its legacy continues to inspire and influence people around the world.