Ashoka the great

The Akaradhyaksha was in-charge of mining and other metallurgical endeavours. All his inscriptions present him as compassionate and loving. The emperor employed a network of spies who offered him tactical advantages in diplomatic matters.

Equally surprising is the record of his use of state power to spread Buddhism in an uncompromising fashion. Sushima was nominated successor by the king but his autocratic nature made him unfavourable among the ministers.

Edicts of AshokaAshokavadanaMahavamsaand Dipavamsa Ashoka had almost been forgotten, but in the 19th century James Prinsep contributed in the revelation of historical sources.

In his edicts, Ashoka expresses support for all the major religions of his time: After the war, he embraced Buddhism and dedicated his life towards dissemination of the tenets of the religion.

His logic of Dhamma was intended to influence the conduct of categories of people, in relation to each other. To be free from hatred of any kind 8. Emperor Ashoka was seen as a role model to leaders within the Buddhist community.

Kashmir - Gandhara Majjhantika. The excuse given was to subdue a revolt by the citizens of Takshashila. Mortimer Wheelera British archaeologist, also exposed Ashokan historical sources, especially the Taxila. Especially where they involved unequal relationships.

The overall judicial and administration were overseen by Amatyas or civil servants whose functions were clearly delineated by the Emperor. These inscriptions are dispersed throughout modern-day Pakistan and India, and represent the first tangible evidence of Buddhism.

Dharma was neither a new religion nor a new political philosophy. He is said to have burnt his entire harem to death when certain women insulted him. After deciphering the Brahmi scriptPrinsep had originally identified the " Priyadasi " of the inscriptions he found with the King of Ceylon Devanampiya of Ashoka the Great "Great customer service!

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Emperor Ashoka the Great (sometimes spelt Aśoka) lived from to BCE and was the third ruler of the Indian Mauryan Empire, the largest ever. Ashoka the Great was the emperor of India's Mauryan Empire during the 3rd century B.C.

who, shortly into his reign, switched to Buddhist nonviolence. Ashoka was the third ruler of the Maurya Dynasty and ruled almost the entire Indian subcontinent from c.

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