Complete Indian History One liners For All Competitive Exams(Part-08)


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Indian History One Liners

351. Who was the famous ruler of ancient India, who adopted Jainism in the last days of his life- Chandragupta

352. In the sixth century BCE, who had a huge stock in Magadha – iron

353. Name the kingdom that first used elephants in war – Magadha

354. herodotas is considered the- father of history

355. Whose army competed with the Greek ruler Alexander on the banks of the river Jhelum – Poru

356. Where did Chandragupta Maurya spend his last days- Shravanabelagola

357. Who was the son of Bindusara – Ashoka

358. Which would be the most accurate description of Mauryan monarchy under Ashoka – enlightened arbitrary rule

359. Who was the person whose name was Devanam Priyadarshi- Maurya King Ashoka

360. In which year Kalinga war took place – 261 BC

361. In which rock edict, Ashoka mentions the casualties of Kalinga war and declares war renunciation – Shila Rajadesh XIII

362. What was the name of the ambassador of Greece in the Maurya court – Megasthenes

363. Ashoka adopted Buddhism by being influenced by which Buddhist monk- Upagupta

364. Which was the most famous center of education during Mauryan period- Taxila

365. Who wrote the Arthashastra – Kautilya

366. Who and when did Ashoka’s inscriptions first clarify the meaning- 1837- James Prinsep

367. Soon after the Maurya dynasty, which dynasty came and ruled the kingdom of Magadha – Sunga

368. Charaka was the monarch of which- Kanishka

369. Which art is also known as Greco Buddhist art – Gandhara art

370. In which year Kanishka ascended the throne – 78 AD.

371. Who was the Kushan ruler of Buddhism – Kanishka

372. Who was a great ruler of Kalinga in ancient times- Kharavel

373. Kalinga ruler Kharavel gave protection – to Jainism

374. Gupta king who assumed the title of Vikramaditya – Chandragupta II

375. Silver coins of Gupta period are called- Rupyak

376. Who was called Lichhavi Dauitra – Samudragupta

377. Which Hindu king is famous on the name of Indian Napoleon – Samudragupta

378. From which year did the famous Gupta Samvat begin – 319 AD

379. Who built the Allahabad Pillar Inscription – Harishen

380. Who compiled the stories of Panchatantra – Vishnu Sharma

381. Varahamihira was an- ancient astronomer.

382. Who was the Chola king who took the Ganges from north to south – Rajendra Chola

383. Most of the Chola temples are dedicated to which deity- Shiva

384. Chola dynasty ruled mostly in which part of India – South

385. Which Chola ruler had conquered the northern part of Sri Lanka and made it a province of his empire- Rajaraja

386. Which Chola ruler built the new capital Gangaikonda Cholapuram – Rajendra I.

387. Where was the capital of ancient Chola empire – Uraiyur

388. Who built the Kailashnath Temple at Ellora – Krishna.

389. Ellora has caves and rock-cut temples – Hindu, Buddhist and Jain

390. Sapta Pagoda of Mahabalipuram is a witness to the art preserved by- Pallavas

391. The famous Kailash temple cut by solid rock at Ellora was constructed under the protection of- Rashtrakuta

392. During the reign of which Pallava ruler, a long struggle had begun between the Pallavas and the Chalukyas – Mahendra Varman.

393. Rath temples were built in Mahabalipuram during the reign of which Pallava ruler – Narasimana Varman I

394. Who was the famous ruler of Western Chalukya dynasty- Pulakeshin II

395. In whom is the Bhoomi Maam of the second Pandyan kingdom mentioned – Thalavipuram copper plates

396. Who was the author of Vikramankadevacharit – Bilhan

397. The author of Kandabari, a great romantic Nabak was- Banabhatta

398. Who built the famous Dilwara temple in Mount Abu, Rajasthan in the 13th century- Tejpal

399. Which religions / religions have temples in Khajuraho group of monuments in Madhya Pradesh – both Hindu and Jain

400. Mihir Bhoj belongs to which clan of Rajputs – Pratihara


In conclusion, “Complete Indian History One Liners” is a valuable for anyone preparing for competitive exams. This compilation offers a concise and comprehensive overview of Indian history, covering ancient civilizations, significant events, and key figures.

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By harnessing the power of these succinct one-liners, you can confidently approach your exams and demonstrate a deep understanding of Indian history. Empower yourself with knowledge and conquer the challenges ahead with “Complete Indian History One Liners!”


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