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Asked by Pk Dash

Aug 14, 2015

How did invention of wheel benefit early man

The wheel was a great pre-historic invention. Early men used the wheel to move heavy objects, as a means of transport & for pottery.People even today make great use of this invention.
The i...

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Asked by Sateswari

Aug 4, 2014

what are manuscript ?

manuscripts are ancient books made out of bhojpatra,etc.they contain writings about praises of gods and godesses,science and literature. they were were written by hand.

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Asked by Mehnaaz

Nov 15, 2014

What was the old name of Kerala?

The old name of Kerala is 'Malayalee ka dera'

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Asked by Priyanshi Mishra

Sep 1, 2014

Write the difference between Gana and Sangha.

Gana is a group of members.
Sangh is an organisation or association.

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Mention the features of Mehrauli the iron pillar of Dehli.

The Mehrauli Iron Pillar Of Delhi is 98% pure wrought iron. It was built during the reign of King Chandragupta Vikramaditya or Chandragupta 2.

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Asked by Priyanshi Mishra

Sep 5, 2014

A paragraph on mahagara.

Mahagara is one of the important site of neolithic setlement. It lies in Allahabad district on the right bank of the river  Belan.
This place brought to light some very interesting evidence relating...

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Asked by Baij Nath

Sep 10, 2014

How are Janapadas different than Mahajanapadas?

The Janapadaswere the major realms republics or kingdoms of Vedic (Iron Age) India from about 1200 BC to the 6th century BC, which were then divided into the sixteen classical Mahajanapadas.

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Asked by Rakshana Maria

Dec 4, 2014

How was the conquest of Kalinga a turning point ?What effect did it have on Ashoka ?

The invasion of Kalinga was a big milestone in the history of Magadha, and of India.
It had influential consequences. It had incredible influence on the personal life and policy of Asoka.
The d...

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Asked by Baij Nath

Jan 15, 2015

The Rampurwa bull,which was the part of Mauryan pillar  is now placed at which place?


The Rampurwa bull, a finely polished stone sculpture. T...

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Asked by Ajay kumar Mishra

Feb 25, 2015

What are the similarities between Buddha and Mahavira?

Both Buddha and Mahavira have many similarities:
Both Gautam Buddha and Mahavir belonged to princely families and not to priestly families.
Both deny the existence of God.
Both deni...

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