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161901. Kautilya hailed from ______?





161902. Buddha has been described as 'an ocean of wisdom and compassion' In?





161903. The most important Pahlava ruler was ______?





161904. St Thomas died a martyr at _______?





161905. Of the following Kushan Kings who assumed the title "the Lord of the Whole World"?





161906. The Capital of Kanishka Empire was _______?





161907. The fourth Buddhist Council was held at _______?





161908. Alexander was the son of Philip II of ______?





161909. Porus was defeated by Alexander at the battle of ______?





161910. Alexander the Great died at ______?





161911. The monolithic image of Jain Saint 'Gomatiswara' is at ______?





161912. Which of the following is known as the JainTemple City?





161913. ___was the mother of Vardhamana Mahavira?





161914. Bhasa was the author of _______?





161915. The Monk whom Chandragupta Maurya accompanied to South India was _______?





161916. Who among the following is not associated with medicine In ancient India?





161917. Megasthanes was succeeded by _______ as ambassador?





161918. The Saka Era was founded by?





161919. The famous Indo-Greek King, who embraced Buddhism was _______?





161920. Kanlshka was the follower of?





161921. The Sunga ruler Bhaga erected a monolithic 'Garuda' at _______?





161922. Vardhamana Mahavira died at?





161923. The city of Pataliputra was founded at the junction of the Ganges and the ______?





161924. The Nanda dynasty was established by?





161925. Alexander was trained by?





161926. Of the following who is called India's Machiavelli?





161927. Which of the following was the main port for the Indus people?





161928. The Indus people were worshippers of?





161929. Vardhamana Mahavira was born at _____?





161930. Bimbisara was succeeded by _____?





161931. Alexander sent back home a portion of his army under an admiral called ______?





161932. Pushyamitra Sunga was a staunch ______?





161933. The earliest 'evidence of silver in India is found in the?





161934. Which one of the following was initially the most powerful city state of India in the 6th century BC?





161935. Which of the following was another name of Pataliputra?





161936. Who was referred to as Amitraghata by the Greeks?





161937. The founder of the Achaemenian Empirewas?





161938. Which of the following was the characteristic feature of the religion of the ancient Tamils?





161939. The most powerful ruler of the Cheras was?





161940. A temple for 'Patini devi' was constructed by?





161941. Which of the following was not the port of the Satavahanas?





161942. Which of the following was the centre of inland trade of the Satavahanas?





161943. Karikala was the centre of many legends found in?





161944. During the 4th century AD the Western Satraps were conquered by?





161945. Sudarsana lake was reconstructed by?





161946. The first ruler of the Satavahanas was?





161947. Naganib was a ___Queen?





161948. Which of the following works of Kalidasa gives information about the Andhras?





161949. Satavahana rule was extended to the Coromandal Coast by?





161950. Chashtana was the Satraps of?





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