(d) Tun-Huang
Who was the Brahmin that married a Cambodian princess and is remembered
to have introduced Indian culture to Cambodia?
(a) Kaundinya
(b) Chaitanya
(c) Kautilya
(d) Kamandala
Medical encyclopedia were composed in the early centuries of the Christian
era, the most famous being that of Charaka, a contemporary of the king
(a) Rudradaman
(b) Kanishka
(c) Gautamiputra Satakarni
(d) Nahapana
In Buddhist monasteries, the definition of formal education, includes
(a) all knowledge
(b) theoretical knowledge
(c) grammar and medicine
(d) practical and technical knowledge
Manuscripts of Asvaghosha’s plays, originally written in the first century
AD, were found in a monastery in
(a) Sarnath
(b) Bodh Gaya
(c) Turfan
(d) Laos
Which of the following statements is incorrect about the Hathigumpha
(a) After the Asokan edicts, it is the second inscription, the first being the
Nanaghat inscription of Naganika.
(b) It proves that Jainism entered Orissa and probably became the state
religion within 100 years of the death of Mahavira.
(c) It does not give any information about Khatavela’s military conquests.
(d) This is the earliest inscription to mention an era known as ‘the kala of
raja Muriya’.
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