Bindusara (r. c. 297 – c. 273 BCE), also Amitraghata (Sanskrit for "Slayer of enemies") or Amitrochates (Greek: Ἀμιτροχάτης) was the second Mauryan emperor of India. He was the son of the dynasty's founder Chandragupta, and the father of its most famous ruler Ashoka. Bindusara's life is not documented as well as the lives of these two emperors: much of the information about him comes from legendary accounts written several hundred years after his death. Bindusara consolidated the empire created by his father. The 16th century Tibetan Buddhist author Taranatha credits his administration with extensive territorial conquests in southern India, but some historians doubt the historical authenticity of this claim.
The numerical value of bindusara in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of bindusara in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8