• Ashoka
    ------------------------------------------------- Ashoka From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the Indian emperor. For the nonprofit organization, see Ashoka: Innovators for the Public. Ashoka | Maurya Samrat | A "Chakravartin" ruler, 1st century BCE/CE. Andhra Pradesh...
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  • Ashoka the Great
    Ashoka From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Asoka" redirects here. For other uses, see Ashoka (disambiguation). |Ashoka the Great | |Mauryan Samrat | |[pic] ...
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  • Ambedkar and Buddhism
    religion in 1935 at Nasik district in Maharashtra “I was born a Hindu and I had no choice about that. But I will not die a Hindu”. THE NAGPUR DHAMMA DIKSHA : Ambedkar had been attracted towards Buddhism since his student days. On further study, he was convinced that the ‘untouchables’ could...
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  • Indian History
    expected to consult them before taking decisions. However, the importance they had in decision making varied from king to king, the great Mauryan king Ashoka is known to have frequently consulted his ministers, and they were also empowered to take decisions in his absence. The Mauryan system was divided...
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  • Yahooo
    Dhamma of Ashoka There is no doubt that Ashoka's personal religion was Buddhism. In his Bhabru edict he says he had full faith in Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha. He showed respect to all sects and faiths and believed in using among ethical and moral values of all sects. In Rock Edict VII he says all seeks...
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  • King Ashoka
    Asoka Dhamma After converting to Buddhism, one of the greatest emperors of India, Ashoka disseminated the teachings and knowledge of the Buddhist scriptures. Ashoka always had belief in morals and principles and had high ideals in life. These came to be known as Dhamma of Emperor Ashoka. The word Dhamma...
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  • Bihar- the Urban Advent of Rural India
    Further information: Bimbisara, Ajatashatru, Mahapadma Nanda, Chandragupta Maurya, Bindusara, Ashoka, Samprati, and Pusyamitra Sunga Further information: Kalinga War, Rajgriha, Patliputra, Edicts of Ashoka, Ashokavadana, Arthashastra, and Emblem of India Further information: Ambapali, Chanakya, and...
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  • Ashoka's Dhamma
    THE DHAMMA IS PRAKRIT FORM OF THE SANSKRIT WORD DHARMA.HOWEVER, ASHOKA TRIED TO USE IT IN A MUCH WIDER SENSE. SCHOLARS HAVE EXPRESSED DIFFERENT OPINIONS REGARDING DHAMMA OF ASHOKA. SOME ARE OF THE VIEW THAT HIS DHAMMA IS NOTHING MORE THAN BUDDHISM OTHERS FEEL THAT IT WAS NOT A PARTICULAR RELIGIOUS SYSTEM...
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  • Mauryan Empire
    The Mauryan Emperor, Ashoka, is famous for his Rock and Pillar edicts. But how much can we really know about Ashoka and his empire from these edicts, particularly as almost no other evidence exists for Ashoka's reign? It is a fair assessment that up until the early part of the twentieth century, when...
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  • Historical and Geographical Notes
    astronomy, alchemy, and anatomy.[24] Ashokan Edicts & Sanchi stupa: The Edicts of Ashoka are a collection of 33 inscriptions on the Pillars of Ashoka, as well as boulders and cave walls, made by the Emperor Ashoka of the Mauryan dynasty during his reign from 269 BCE to 231 BCE. These inscriptions are...
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  • Mauryas
    Maurya dynasty Capital from a palace of Ashoka, museum of Lahore, Pakistan. Photo Marco Prins. Capital from a palace of Ashoka; Lahore museum The Mauryas: Indian dynasty in the fourth-third centuries BCE, which unified the subcontinent for the first time and contributed to the spread of Buddhism...
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  • The Mauryan period is an important period in the history of Indian art and architecture
    later reach their height during the golden age of the Guptas. Our main pieces of evidence and material come from the time of the great Mauryan king Ashoka. Ashoka’s Maurya Dynasty consisted of present-day Pakistan and Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Assam, Kerala, and Andhra Pradesh. With 5,000,000 sq km,...
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  • Public Administration Under the King Ashoka
    ASHOKA Born in 265 B.C, the great king Ashoka was the grandson of the famous ruler Chandragupta Maurya. As a young lad, Ashoka excelled in whatever he was taught. Be it the art of warfare or reading the Holy Scriptures, Asoka excelled in whatever he did. Ashoka had many half brothers and he was loved...
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  • Yo Mama
    considered that the Mauryans took their cue here. Evidence for this point of view comes from the most famous symbol of the Mauryans——the stone pillars of Ashoka. From the point of view of art historians, there is evidence for strong influence in Mauryan statecraft from Iran. A second theory about the emergence...
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  • Buddhism
    the workers; later, it gradually penetrated the ruling class. Buddhism reached Japan in the 6th century. It underwent severe repression during the 1960's in China during the Cultural Revolution. Bodhisattva- (A Bodhisattva is anyone who is motivated by compassion and seeks enlightenment not only for...
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  • Ancient Rulers and Roles in Society
    Assyria Ashur ruled from 883-859 B.C.E., King Darius known as the Persian king ruled from 522-486 B.C.E. Finally King Piyadasi who was emperor of Ashoka ruled from 269-232 B.C.E, these men are some of the rulers that changed the role over the government and the way subjects viewed their kings throughout...
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  • Xyzcchxgxfztzts
    The Mauryan Empire established by Chandragupta and continued by his son Bindusara (c. 293–268 B.C.E.)—whom Kautilya also advised—and by his grandson Ashoka (c. 268–232 B.C.E.) was, astonishing. With a population of about fifty million people, the Mauryan Empire was larger than the Mughal Empire two thousand...
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  • The Goals of Hinduism and Buddhism
    Buddhism has a similar concept, dhamma (note even the linguistic similarity). Dhamma does not imply specific biological or social obligations, but maintains a comparable philosophical construct. The Buddhist definition of right conduct and personal obligation, dhamma is the path which must be taken to...
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  • Hinduism and Buddhism
    Buddhism has a similar concept, dhamma (note even the linguistic similarity). Dhamma does not imply specific biological or social obligations, but maintains a comparable philosophical construct. The Buddhist definition of right conduct and personal obligation, dhamma is the path which must be taken to...
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  • Relgion 133 Version 3
    372 c. 500 604 c. 750 806 845 1173 1222 1603 c. 1617 Shakyamuni’s enlightenment His parinirvana or passing First Buddhist council Accession of King Ashoka Mahendra takes Theravada Buddhism to Sri Lanka Emergence of Indian Mahayana Nagarjuna, Madhyamika philosopher Asakga and Vasubandhu, Yogacara philosophers...
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