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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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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.
Mahajanapada...

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Asked by Baij Nath

Sep 10, 2014

The method of ruling was stronger in Magadha or Vajji.Why so?

Magadha Empire gained much power during the rule of King Bimbisara and successor Ajatshatru. The Magadha Empire fought many battles with most of its neighbors. During this period Ajatshatru built a huge fort at...

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Asked by Madhavi

May 16, 2014

Name two rivers which flow through Magadha dynasty?

i think ganga and yamuna

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Asked by Gaurav

Nov 4, 2014

Give Important political events and culutural achievements of cheras rulers.

The Chera kingdom, on the western coastal strip above the northern boundary of the Pandyan kingdom.
The Cheras held many titles such as Vanavar, Villavar, Kudavar, Kuttuvar, Poraiyar and Malaiyar.

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Asked by Ch sree harsha

Aug 26, 2014

who is famous rajput king? who was his wife?

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Maharana pratap

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Asked by Mehnaaz

Nov 15, 2014

WHO IS BIMBISARA ?

bimbisara was the ruler of haryanka dynasty

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Asked by Sanjeev Tiwari

Oct 1, 2014

How did the Aryans come to India ?

There are many theories about where Aryans first came from. A common hypothesis is that Aryans originated in the steppes (plains) of Russia.
The earliest theory is represented by the Rig Vedic people who...

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Asked by Riona

Sep 9, 2015

Why did rulers built forts and collected taxes(in points)

Forts were meant to safeguard the kingdoms from external invasions.

Collection of taxes were carried out to maintain the kingdom and building or armies, and ammunitions.

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Oct 16, 2017

WHAT IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN JANAPADAS and 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.
Mahajanapada...

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