History of India

1. By what name the founder of Buddhism is known ?

2. Prince Gautama decided to renounce the world after seeing a

3. To which of the following tribes Mahavira belonged ?

4. Which of the folloWing was the most famous early converts to, Buddha's teachings ?

5. Who was Agastya Muni ?

6. Which of the following statements is correct about the religion of Vedic Aryans ?

7. Which of the following is one of the Itriratnas' of Jainism ?

8. Buddha spent the last days of his life in the house of

9. Where did Buddha preach his first sermon ?

10. When did Buddha utter ihe words "I have nothing more to tell you than this that decay is inherent in all component things ; work outyour salvation with diligence"?

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