|13th Gupta emperor|
|Reign||c. 530 – c. 540 CE|
320 CE–550 CE
His silver-copper seal was discovered in Bhitari (Ghazipur district, Uttar Pradesh) in 1889, which mentions the names of his father Narasimhagupta and grandfather Purugupta. A clay sealing of him was discovered from Nalanda, which also mentioned about his father and grandfather.
Nalanda clay seal of Kumaragupta III mentions Purugupta as Kumaragupta I's son from his queen Anantadevi.
Nalanda clay seals of Kumaragupta III.
- Bhitari Inscribed Copper-Silver Seal of Kumaragupta III - Journal and Proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Calcutta. LVIII, p. 89
- Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum Vol.3 (inscriptions Of The Early Gupta Kings) p.364
- Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum Vol.3 (inscriptions Of The Early Gupta Kings) p.355
| Gupta Emperor
530 – 540
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