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  1. Udayin shifted his Magadh's capital to [...].
    Patliputra
  2. Second Buddhist Council (383 B.C.) was held under the presidentship of [...]
    Sabakami
  3. In his inscriptions Ashoka call himself as "[...]" i.e. beloved of God.
    Devnam Priya Darshi Raja
  4. Mahavira’s mother was named Trishala who was sister of Lichehavi chief chetak whose daughter [...] was married to Bimbisar.
    Chellana
  5. During Bimbisara’s rule, Magadha's most serious rival was [...], its king Chanda Pradyota.
    Avanti
  6. The Indus valley civilisation North limit
    Manda in North (Jammu)
  7. The Indus valley civilisation South Limit
    Narmada estuary (Daimabad) in South
  8. The Indus valley civilisation West Limit
    Sutkagendor (Baluchistan)
  9. The Indus valley civilisation East limit
    Meerut Alamgirpur in the East.
  10. However, in 1924 A.D. another archaeologist [...] reported about Harappa being as old as civilisation of Egypt and Mesopotamia.
    John Marshall
  11. [...] or Dhanand was the last Nanda king who was defeated by Chandra Gupta Maurya.
    Bhadrasala
  12. Ganga, Yamuna. Saraswati and Saryu and some other rivers are also mentioned. Ganga is mentioned once and Yamuna [...] in Rigveda.
    thrice
  13. The names of Rishabdeva and [...] are found in RigVeda.
    Aristanemi
  14. Composed in prakrit, the Ashokan inscriptions were written in [...] script throughout the greater part of the empire.
    Brahmi
  15. Bindusar asked [...] for some sweet wine, dried figs, and philosophist. The latter sent figs and wine but replied politely Greek philosophers are not for sale.
    Antiochus I
  16. Udayin shifted his Magadh's capital to [...].
    Patliputra
  17. Second Buddhist Council (383 B.C.) was held under the presidentship of [...]
    Sabakami
  18. Superintendent ___ meant (x) Sannidhata- [...]
    chief custodian of state treasury and store house
  19. The [...] refers to sea (Arabian and Indian Ocean) and sea voyages. It speaks first of money lending.
    Shatapata Brahaman
  20. First Buddhist Council held in 483 B.C. during king [...]
    Ajatshatru
  21. The Harappan mounds were first noticed in [...] by an Englishman Charles Masson.
    1826 A.D.
  22. There are different views regarding original home of Aryans. These are: (ii) Tibet - [...]
    Dayanand Saraswati
  23. The Indus valley civilisation Harappa is (i) In [...] district of Punjab, on the. Ravi river, identified with Hariyupiya of Rig Veda,
    Montgomerys
  24. Buddhadeb's father Suddhodhana was a elected ruler of Kapilvastu and mother was Mahamaya, a princes from [...] Dynasty. He was married to Yasodhara.
    Kosalan
  25. According to Buddhist tradition, Ashoka usurped the throne after killing his 99 brothers and spared Tissa, the youngest one. [...] a Minister of Bindusar helped him in fratricidal struggle.
    Radhagupta
  26. Superintendent ___ meant (vi) Sulkadhyaksha- [...]
    Collector of tolls
  27. The Buddhist canonical literature is written in Pali and is divided into 3 categories and are dubbed "[...]'. Hie first contains the saying and the teachings of Buddha i.e. 'Suttapitka',
    tripitaka
  28. the second deals with rules and conduct to be observed by Sangha
    Vinayapitaka
  29. the third presents the philosophical exposition of Dhamma
    Abhidhamma pitaka
  30. However, in [...] another archaeologist John Marshall reported about Harappa being as old as civilisation of Egypt and Mesopotamia.
    1924 A.D.
  31. Through out Ajatsatru's reign he pursued an aggressive policy of expansion. He enlarged his empire with the addition of [...] and [.....].
    Kashi and Vaishali
  32. [...] Inscription of about 1600 B.C. and [...] Inscription of 1400 B.C. found in Iraq bear some Aryan names which suggest that from Iran a branch of Aryans moved toward west.
    Kasite and Mittanni
  33. Footmarks of dog chasing that of cat have been noticed at [...]
    Chanhudaro.
  34. Domestication of animals has been considered as one of the main characteristic of [...].
    Neolithic Age
  35. Magadha came into prominence under leadership of Bimbisara who belonged to [...] dynasty.
    'Haryanka'
  36. The deposition of Nanda by Kautilya and Chandra Gupta Maurya is vividly described in Sanskrit drama ''Mudrarakshasa" written by "[...]" in 4"' century A.D. during reign of Chandra Gupta II.
    Vishakhadutta
  37. Mahavira belonged to [...] clan.
    Jnatrika
  38. Mahavira's father Sidddharat was chief of [...] clan.
    Janatrika
  39. Udayin shifted his Magadh's capital to [...].
    Patliputra
  40. The battle between Porus and Alexander took at river [...] in which Porus was defeated.
    Jhelum
  41. The last city Alexander conquered was [...].
    Patala
  42. Mahavira was last of 24th thirthankar. He was born in (540 B.C.-468 B.C.) at Kundalgram a village identified as Basarah in district of [...].
    Vaishali
  43. Atharva Veda is known as Book of Magical Formula. It contains charms and spells to ward off evil and disease. Its contents throw light on practices of non-Aryans. It contains [...] hymns.
    711
  44. Fourth Buddhist Council (72 A.D.) was held at Kundanvan in Kashmir under royal patronage of Kanishka. It was presided by [...]. Here Buddhism was divided into two broad sects-Mayayana or greater vehicle and Hinayana or lesser vehicle.
    Vasumitra
  45. Rigveda Books [...] to VII form its earliest portion
    II
  46. Mohanjodaro: (i)Literall meaning 'mound of the dead- in Larkana District of Sindh (Pakistan) on the bank of [...],
    Indus
  47. There are different views regarding original home of Aryans. These are: (ii) Tibet - [...]
    Dayanand Saraswati
  48. Mohanjodaro Citadel contains the great bath, [...], the college and assembly hall.
    granary
  49. Buddhadeb's father Suddhodhana was a elected ruler of Kapilvastu and mother was Mahamaya, a princes from [...] Dynasty. He was married to Yasodhara.
    Kosalan
  50. Quadruple division of society made its formal appearance only at one place in X Mandal of Rig Veda i.e. [...] hymn.
    Purushsukta
  51. The cause of Aryan conflict was division of [...] water and so, a battle was fought on the banks of that river.
    Ravi (old name Parushni)
  52. Upanishad are commentaries appended to Arnyakas and deals mainly with philosophy. The word upanished is derived from word upanish meaning to sit down near some one. There are [...] upanishads compiled between 800-500 B.C. They are anti-ritualistic and defence doctrine of Karma, Atman (Soul) and God (Brahma).
    108
  53. Ashoka's inscriptions communicate royal orders. They have been found at more than [...] places and their total version number 181.
    45
  54. The cow seems to be most important form of wealth during the Vedic Age. There are so many references to cow in Rig Veda [...] - 'Gav').
    176 times
  55. However, in [...] another archaeologist John Marshall reported about Harappa being as old as civilisation of Egypt and Mesopotamia.
    1924 A.D.
  56. [...] possessed a war engine which was to throw stones like catapults. He also had a chariot to which mace was attached and it facilitated mass killing.
    Ajatsatru
  57. MesolithicAge [...] in M.P. and Bagor in Rajasthan provide the earliest evidence for the domestication of animals.
    Adamgarh
  58. Third Buddhist Council (250 B.C.) was held at [...] under the patronage of Ashoka presided by Tissa Mugaliputta. In this council, it was decided to send Buddhist Missionary to other countries. Here a new classification of the Buddhist canonical text was made by the addition of a third Pitaka-Abhidamma Pitaka.
    Pataliputra
  59. Philosophical Systems: (i) Nyaya (Analysis) - Gautam, (ii) Vaisesika (atomic characteristic) - Kanad. (iii) Sankhya (Oldest, enumeration) – Kapil, (iv) Yoga (application) – Patanjali ,(v) Purva Mimansa (enquiry) – Jamini, (vi) Uttar Mimansa (Vedanta) – [...]
    Vyasa
  60. rom [...] jaw of a horse has been recovered. But it is clear that horses were not in regular use in Harappan times.
    Ranaghgundai
  61. What is the place? [...]: (i) Situated in Gujarat at head of gulf of Cambay on Bhogavo river, it was a dockyard.There is also an evidence of chess from this place.
    Lothal
  62. Alexander was tempted by popular wealth of India as described by Herodotus who was the [...] and other Greek writers.
    Father of History
  63. Patliputra, [...], Ujjain and Taxila were most important cities in Mauryan times.
    Kaushambhi
  64. Udayin's reign is important because he built the fort upon the confluence of Ganga and [...] at Patna.
    Sone
  65. "Mitakshara" is a commentary on "Yajnavalkya Smriti" written by [...].
    Vijnaneshvara
  66. Alexander died in 323 B.C. in [...].
    Babylon
  67. A battle was fought between [...] on one hand and host often chiefs on other, known as 'Battle of Ten Kings'.
    Bhartas
  68. Mahavira was last of 24th thirthankar. He was born in (540 B.C.-468 B.C.) at [...] a village identified as Basarah in district of Vaishali.
    Kundalgram
  69. The most important sites of The Indus valley civilisation are: Harappa. Mohanjodaro. Chantiudaro. Lothal. [...], Banwali.
    Kalibangan
  70. Superintendent ___ meant (ii) Panyaadhyaksha-[...]
    Superintendent of commerce
  71. [...] was contemporary of Buddha.
    Bimbisara
  72. Superintendent ___ meant (v) Navadhyaksha- [...]
    Superintendent of Ships
  73. The earliest important teaching of Jainism are attributed to Parshvanath the [...] thirthankara (Ford Maker), who was prince of Benares.
    23rd
  74. Mahavira was last of [...] thirthankar. He was born in (540 B.C.-468 B.C.) at Kundalgram a village identified as Basarah in district of Vaishali.
    24th
  75. The [...] and Tritsu were ruling Aryan clans and they were supported by priest Vashista.
    Bharata
  76. Superintendent ___ meant (iv) Pauthavadhyaksha- [...]
    Superintendent of weights and measures
  77. Originally, the Aryans seem to have lived some where in steppes stretching from southern Russia to central Russia. The consensus of opinion is that originally they lived some where in the [...].
    East of Alps
  78. The earliest important teaching of Jainism are attributed to [...] the 23rd thirthankara (Ford Maker), who was prince of Benares.
    Parshvanath
  79. Buddhadeb's father [...] was a elected ruler of Kapilvastu and mother was Mahamaya, a princes from Kosalan Dynasty. He was married to Yasodhara.
    Suddhodhana
  80. Buddhadeb, at the age of 80 in 483 B.C. at a place called Kushinagar identical with village called [...] in district Deoria. in eastern U.P. This was the final blowing - Parinirvana.
    Kasia
  81. Superintendent ___ meant (vii) Akaeadhyaksha- [...]
    Superintendent of mines
  82. There are different views regarding original home of Aryans. These are: (iii) Arctic Region - [...]
    B.C. Tilak - (Book - The Arctic Home of Vedas)
  83. Alexander was tempted by popular wealth of India as described by [...] who was the Father of History and other Greek writers.
    Herodotus
  84. Superintendent ___ meant (viii) Lohadhyaksha- [...]
    Superintendent of Iron
  85. Brahamanas are [...] which deal with rules of sacrifice and contain ritualistic formulae for respective Vedas and priest.
    appendices to the Vedas
  86. Chandragupta was converted to Jainism abdicated in favour of Simhasena i.e. Bindusar, went with Bhadra Bahu to [...] where he died of slow starvation.
    Sravan Belgola
  87. Kasite Inscription of about 1600 B.C. and [...] Inscription of 1400 B.C. found in Iraq bear some Aryan names which suggest that from Iran a branch of Aryans moved toward west.
    Mittanni
  88. Fourth Buddhist Council (72 A.D.) was held at Kundanvan in Kashmir under royal patronage of [...]. It was presided by Vasumitra. Here Buddhism was divided into two broad sects-Mayayana or greater vehicle and Hinayana or lesser vehicle.
    Kanishka
  89. What is the place? [...]: (i) In Hissar District in Haryana, both Harappan and pre-Harappan culture comes
    Banwali
  90. First Buddhist Council held in 483 B.C. during king Ajatshatru at [...]. It was presided by Mahakashap. Upali recited the Vinaya Pitaka or Rules of order. Another Disciple Anada recited the Sutta Pitaka the great collection of Buddha's Sermon.
    Rajgriha
  91. Buddha was born in 563 B.C in a Shakva Kshatriya family in a grove of sal trees named [...] near Kapilvastu.
    Lumbine
  92. The ____ refers to sea (Arabian and Indian Ocean) and sea voyages. [...] speaks first of money lending.
    Shatapata Brahamana
  93. The Indus valley civilisation Harappa is (i) In Montgomery district of Punjab, on the. [...] river, identified with Hariyupiya of Rig Veda,
    Ravi
  94. The Harappan mounds were first noticed in 1826 A.D. by an Englishman [...].
    Charles Masson
  95. According to Buddhist tradition, Ashoka usurped the throne after killing his 99 brothers and spared [...], the youngest one. Radhagupta a Minister of Bindusar helped him in fratricidal struggle.
    Tissa
  96. What is the place? [...]: (i) Situated at Ganganagar District in Rajasthan on river Ghaggar.
    Kalibangan
  97. At first Mahavira followed the practice of ascetic group called the [...] (free from bonds) which have been founded by Parshavnatha.
    Nirgranthas
  98. From a sage named [...] he learned the techniques of Meditation and the lore of 'Brahma' as taught in Upanishad.
    Allara Kalama
  99. MesolithicAge Adamgarh in M.P. and [...] in Rajasthan provide the earliest evidence for the domestication of animals.
    Bagor
  100. The first Jain Council was held at [...] -Jainism came to be divided into Swetambars (white clade) and Degambars (who remained naked). The Digambars did not recognise the rearranged version of 12 angas (The Jain literature)
    Patliputra
  101. Ashoka's inscriptions communicate royal orders. They have been found at more than 45 places and their total version number [...].
    181
  102. he earliest important teaching of Jainism are attributed to Parshvanath the 23rd thirthankara (Ford Maker), who was prince of [...].
    Benares
  103. The Mauryan empire was finally destroyed by Pushyamitra Sunga in [...].
    185 B.C
  104. Buddhadeb got Nirvana on bank of river [...] under Pipal tree near Bodhgaya.
    Niranjana
  105. [...] was a Greek ambassador sent by Selecus to court of Chandragupta Maurya
    Megasthenese
  106. Udayin was succeeded by [...] who temporarily shifted his capital to Vaishali.
    Shisunaga
  107. Third Buddhist Council (250 B.C.) was held at Pataliputra under the patronage of [...] presided by Tissa Mugaliputta. In this council, it was decided to send Buddhist Missionary to other countries. Here a new classification of the Buddhist canonical text was made by the addition of a third Pitaka-Abhidamma Pitaka.
    Ashoka
  108. Fourth Buddhist Council [...] was held at Kundanvan in Kashmir under royal patronage of Kanishka. It was presided by Vasumitra. Here Buddhism was divided into two broad sects-Mayayana or greater vehicle and Hinayana or lesser vehicle.
    72 A.D.
  109. Second Buddhist Council [...] was held under the presidentship of Sabakami at Vaishali during reign of Kala Ashoka. Here Buddhism come to be divided into two sects, viz., (a) The orthodox 'Sthaviravadins' or believers in teaching of elders, (b) Manasanghika' or members of greater community.
    383 B.C.
  110. [...] famous work is known as "Indica".
    Megasthenese
  111. Through out Ajatsatru's reign he pursued an aggressive policy of expansion. He enlarged his empire with the addition of Kashi and [...].
    Vaishali
  112. Who discovered this and when? Mohenjodaro. [...]
    R.D. Banerjee in 1922
  113. Bindusar aided [...] sect of Jainism foundered by Gusala.
    Ajivika
  114. First Buddhist Council held in 483 B.C. during king Ajatshatru at Rajgriha. It was presided by [...]. Upali recited the Vinaya Pitaka or Rules of order. Another Disciple Anada recited the Sutta Pitaka the great collection of Buddha's Sermon.
    Mahakashap
  115. The Indus valley civilisation is called Harappan because this civilisation was discovered first in 1921 A.D. at modern site of Harappa situated in the province of Western Punjab in Pakistan by [...].
    Dayaram Sahni
  116. Mahavira left his home at the age of 30 and wandered for twelve years. He got "Kaivalya' at the age of 42 under a Sal tree on the bank of river [...] near Jrimbhikagram.
    Rijupalika
  117. Mahavira passed away at the age of 72 in 468 B.C. at a place called [...] near Rajgir.
    Pavapuri
  118. Palaeolithic age in India is divided into three phases: (a) Lower Paiaeolithic-(2,50,000 to 1,00,000 B.C.) (b) Middle Palaeoiithic-[...]) (c) Upper PaLaeolithic-(40,000 to 10,000 B.C.)
    (l,00,000 to 40,000 B.C.
  119. The Palaeolithic culture of India developed in [...] period.
    Pleistocene
  120. The 'microliths' were first discovered by 'Carlyle' in 1867 from [...] Rock Shelters.
    Vindhayan
  121. The characteristic tools of Mesolithic Age are [...] i.e., blades and scrapers, all made of stone.
    "microliths'
  122. Lower Palaeolithic important sites - [...] in Punjab (now in Pakistan), Madras region, [...] Valley in M'irzapur District of U.P., desert area of Didwana in Rajasthan. Narmada Valley and caves and rock shelters of Bhimbetka in M.P. are rich in Palaeolithic tools.
    Sohan Valley and Belan
  123. MesolithicAge began around [...] and continued till [...]
    9000 B.C to 4000 B.C.
  124. Buddhadeb's father Suddhodhana was a elected ruler of [...] and mother was Mahamaya, a princes from Kosalan Dynasty. He was married to Yasodhara.
    Kapilvastu
  125. Buddha was born in 563 B.C in a Shakva Kshatriya family in a grove of sal trees named Lumbine near [...].
    Kapilvastu
  126. Lower Palaeolithic covers the greater part of the [...] and its characteristic feature is the use of hand-axe, cleavers and choppers.
    Ice Age
  127. Fourth Buddhist Council (72 A.D.) was held at [...] in Kashmir under royal patronage of Kanishka. It was presided by Vasumitra. Here Buddhism was divided into two broad sects-Mayayana or greater vehicle and Hinayana or lesser vehicle.
    Kundanvan
  128. Buddhadeb gave his first sermon at [...] to the five former disciples and called the preaching of sermon as Dharmachakra Parivartana'.
    Sarnath
  129. Rigveda Book I, [...] and X seem to be latest addition.
    VIII
  130. igveda Books II to [...] form its earliest portion
    VII
  131. Third Buddhist Council (250 B.C.) was held at Pataliputra under the patronage of Ashoka presided by [...]. In this council, it was decided to send Buddhist Missionary to other countries. Here a new classification of the Buddhist canonical text was made by the addition of a third Pitaka-Abhidamma Pitaka.
    Tissa Mugaliputta
  132. Ashoka fought the Kalinga war in [...] in the 9Ih years of his coronation. The king was moved by massacre in this war and therefore abandoned the policy' of physical occupation.
    261 B.C.
  133. Hereafter Mahavira was Kevalin (omniscient). [...] (Conqueror); Jitendraand Mahavira (great hero).
    Jina
  134. Buddha was born in [...] in a Shakva Kshatriya family in a grove of sal trees named Lumbine near Kapilvastu.
    563 B.C
  135. Ashokan epigraphs were first deciphered in 1837 by [...].
    James Princep
  136. Mahavira passed away at the age of 72 in [...] B.C. at a place called Pavapuri near Rajgir.
    468
  137. Buddhadeb father Suddhodhana was a elected ruler of Kapilvastu and mother was [...], a princes from Kosalan Dynasty. He was married to Yasodhara.
    Mahamaya
  138. The Bharata and [...] were ruling Aryan clans and they were supported by priest Vashista.
    Tritsu
  139. Superintendent ___ meant (ix) Samaharata- [...]
    highest officer in Charge of Assessment
  140. Second Buddhist Council (383 B.C.) was held under the presidentship of Sabakami at [...] during reign of Kala Ashoka. Here Buddhism come to be divided into two sects, viz., (a) The orthodox 'Sthaviravadins' or believers in teaching of elders, (b) Manasanghika' or members of greater community.
    Vaishali
  141. Mohanjodaro: (i)Literall meaning 'mound of the dead- in [...] District of Sindh (Pakistan) on the bank of Indus,
    Larkana
  142. The second Jain council (512 A.D.) - held at [...] presided over by Deyardhi Kshama-Sramana. At this council the Jain cononical texts were finally compiled.
    Vallabhi
  143. First Buddhist Council held in [...] during king Ajatshatru at Rajgriha. It was presided by Mahakashap. Upali recited the Vinaya Pitaka or Rules of order. Another Disciple Anada recited the Sutta Pitaka the great collection of Buddha's Sermon.
    483 B.C.
  144. Mahavira’s mother was named Trishala who was sister of Lichehavi chief chetak whose daughter [...] was married to Bimbisar.
    Chellana
  145. The Buddhist canonical literature is written in Pali and is divided into 3 categories and are dubbed "[...]'. Hie first contains the saying and the teachings of Buddha i.e. 'Suttapitka', the second deals with rules and conduct to be observed by Sangha (' Vinayapitaka') and the third presents the philosophical exposition of Dhamma('Abhidhamma pitaka').
    tripitaka
  146. During Bimbisara’s rule, Magadha's most serious rival was [...], its king Chanda Pradyota.
    Avanti
  147. Chandragupta Maurya reigned [...])
    (324-300 B.C.
  148. Bindusar asked [...] for some sweet wine, dried figs, and philosophist. The latter sent figs and wine but replied politely Greek philosophers are not for sale.
    Antiochus I
  149. The last city Alexander conquered was [...].
    Patala
  150. There are different views regarding original home of Aryans. These are: (ii) Tibet - [...]
    Dayanand Saraswati
  151. Udayin was succeeded by Shisunaga who temporarily shifted his capital to [...].
    Vaishali
  152. Quadruple division of society made its formal appearance only at one place in X Mandal of Rig Veda i.e. [...] hymn.
    Purushsukta

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