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    Ashoka, The Emperor who Gave up War Class 6 History Notes | DailyHomeStudy

    A very big kingdom = an empire Introduction Ashoka was one of the greatest rulers known  to history and on his instructions inscriptions were inscribed on pillars, as well as on rock surfaces. His kingdom was called an empire 2. Paterliny Was Folowed The empire that Ashoka ruled was founded  by his grandfather, Chandragupta Maurya, more than 2300 years ago. Chandragupta was supported by a wise man named Chanakya or Kautilya. Many of Chanakya’s ideas were written down in a book called the Arthashastra. From Gathering to Growing Food 3. Cities and Villages These included the  capital Pataliputra, Taxila, and Ujjain. Taxila was a gateway to the northwest, including Central Asia, while Ujjain lay on the route from north to south India.…

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