Going southwards from Gandhara, (the travellers) in four days arrived at the kingdom of Purushapura.
The influence of Gandhara is plain in architecture, sculpture, and painting.
No doubt the Greek artists who came to Gandhara were loath to relinquish a familiar theme.
In the north-west was Gandhara, on the banks of the Indus, in the neighbourhood of Peshawar.
With Gandhara's warlike monarch brave Nakula holds his way, Other chiefs with other monarchs where their distant kingdoms lay.
The same was the case in Udyana, and in Gandhara the Hinayanists were still in the majority.
But in the later school of sculpture known as Gandhara or Græco-Buddhist he is frequently shown in a full length portrait.
Five of stout Gandhara's princes in that fatal combat fell, And a sixth in fear and faintness fled the woeful tale to tell!