c.173- c.130 BC
King of Bactria

Menander was the greatest of the Indo-Greek kings who had established themself in the wake of the Hellenistic empires of Alexander's successors.

Menander ruled over a wide area from Kabul to the Punjab. Legend has it that he converted to Buddhism after a prolonged discussion, which has been recorded and which seemed to have been influenced by Plato's dialogues.

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