History of India

1. Which of the following is the point of agreement between Buddhism and Jainism ?

2. How many viceroys were appointed by Chandragupta Maurya ?

3. The Greek envoy Megasthenes was at the court of

4. With which of the following countries India carried on trade during the reign of Chandragupta Maurya ?

5. Which of the following was the cause of spread of Buddhism in India ?

6. When did Ashoka conquer Kalinga ?

7. Before invading India, Alexander defeated a king of Persia. Name that king.

8. Which of the following was included in the empire of Chandragupta Maurya ?

9. Jatakas are a collection of 550

10. Chandragupta Maurya was a great conqueror. His army comprised of

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