(d) Tiger-Peacock Hill
The name of the currency which was in circulation in the Mauryan empire is:
(a) pana
(b) tola
(c) kakini
(d) dinar
Upagupta, the Buddhist monk who was responsible for converting Asoka to
Buddhism was probably the same as
(a) Mahakassapa
(b) Sabakami
(c) Moggaliputta Tissa
(d) Vasumitra
Mark (a) If both Assertion (A) and Reason (R) are correct, and if (R) is the
correct explanation of (A).
Mark (b) if only (R) is correct.
Mark (c) if only (a) is correct.
Mark (d) if both (a) and (R) are correct, but (R) is not the correct explanation
of (A).
Assertion (A): Rajukas were having the authority to punish and reward
Reason (R): Most of the rajukas were from the royal family.
Who saw Asoka’s statue dressed in a monk’s robe?
(a) Itsing
(b) Hiuen Tsang
(c) Fahien
(d) Wang Hiuen Tse
Which of the following statements on Asoka in the context of Puranas are
(i) They mention him as one among the many kings.
(ii) They mention him as a Buddhist king.
(iii) They do not mention his name.
(iv) They give him prominence.