Chandragupta-I (319 – 350 AD)
- He assumed the title of Maharajadhiraja.
- He married Lichchavi princess, Kumaradevi. His son and successor Samudragupta call himself Lichchavi Dauhitra i.e., son of the daughter of the Lichchhavi.
Samudragupta (350 – 375 AD)
- According to Vishakhadatta, Samudragupta was succeeded by Ramgupta.
- Ramgupta ruled for very short period.He was the only gupta ruler to issues copper coins.
Chandragupta-II (375 – 415 AD)
- Chandragupta II was the next great emperor of Gupta empire after his father Samudragupta. He came to be known by his title Vikramaditya (Power of Sun).
Kumaragupta I (415 – 455 AD)
- Certain gold coins of Kumaragupta I, prove that he performed the Ashvamedha sacrifice.
- Bhitari pillar inscriptions reveals that last years of Kumaragupta I were seriously disturbed owing to the invasion of the Pusyamitras.
Skandagupta (455 – 467 AD)
- Sudarsana Lake was repaired during his reign.
- Skandagupta’s usual title was Kramaditya.
- On some of his silver coins, he bears the more famous title of Vikramaditya as well.
- In Kahaum inscription, he is called “Ksitipastapatih” or lord of hundred kings.