Who did the Kushan Empire trade with?
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Similarly one may ask, who founded Kushan empire?
Secondly, who were the kushans what was their significant contribution to ancient India? It was acknowledged as one of the four great Eurasian powers of its time (the others being China, Rome, and Parthia). The Kushans were instrumental in spreading Buddhism in Central Asia and China and in developing Mahayana Buddhism and the Gandhara and Mathura schools of art.
Then, what goods did the Kushan Empire export?
It is known from the written sources that iron, gold, silver and nephrite were mined in the mountains of Ferghana and Sogdiana, silver in Ilak, copper in Karamazar, rubies in Badakhshan and lapis lazuli in Bactria. Some mining products and metal wares were exported.
When did the Kushan Empire end?