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Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Which of the following is the single most important source of the history of Ashoka?
Sri Lankan chronicles Dipavamsa and Mahavamsa
Archaeological Sources and the Puranas
Buddhist works Divyavadana and Ashokavadana
Inscriptions of Ashoka
Egyptians were highly skilled in the art of
Who among the following officers held highest stature in the central government of the Sultanate ?
Head of the Majlis-i-Khalawat
Ashoka's claim of greatness chiefly lay in the
promotion of welfare of his people
exclusive patronage to Buddhism
strengthening of army
Question 4 Explanation:
''Sons and grandsons'', who were all maintained at royal expense. Pillar Edict VII contains the expression: “In all my female establishments, both here (at the capital) and in the outlying towns”. Besides the evidence showing the existence of the harems of his brothers at different provincial towns, we have also the evidence of such brothers (called kumaras and aryaputras) serving as his Viceroys at headquarters named, viz., Taxila, Tosali Ujjaini and Suvarnagiri. These Viceroys could not be his Sons. Lastly, his affection for his children, too, expresses itself in the Kalinga Edict I: ''I desire for my children that they may enjoy every kind of prosperity and happiness both in this world and in the next'' A man with such tender solicitude for the welfare of all his relations could not be a monster of cruelty, as the legends represent him to be
The greatest Kushana ruler whose contribution to Buddhism was even greater than that of Ashoka was
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