Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
In spite of his conversion to Buddhism and the concept of dhamma-vijaya, Ashoka was not a total pacifist. Which of the following does not confirm this view?
After the conquest of Kalinga, Ashoka consolidated his southern conquests
He felt sorry for the suffering caused by Kalinga War, but did not give up the conquered territory
In dealing with the troublesome forest tribes he clearly recognized the possibility of the use of force
He did not abolish capital punishment and granted only a brief reprieve to the condemned prisoners
The 'Bombay Triumvirate' consisted of all the following except
During the Sangam Age a tutelary tree called Kadimaram or Kavalmaram was planted by the rulers at a central place in the town and they took great care to protect the tree because:
It was believed that the tree had power to protect the town
The destruction of the tree was symbolic of the defeat of the ruler
Both A and B
The tree was symbolic dynastic growth
The Nagara Style of temple architecture is associated with
Which of the following reason compel the leaders of Muslim League to enter in the Interim Government?
The Congress accepted their demand that it would not nominate a non-Muslim League Muslim to the Interim Government.
The Viceroy accepted its stand that it would not join the Constituent Assembly.
The Viceroy had accepted its stand that it would not take steps to rescind the League Council's resolution of July 29.
The Muslim League wanted to get a foothold to fight for the cherished goal of Pakistan.
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