anonymous
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The war Asoka fought with the Kingdom of Kalinga resulted in his downfall and overthrow his acceptance of Buddhism his triumph over Jainism loss of the southern trading routes
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NathalyN
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is acceptance of Buddhism and decline of indian unification. Ashoka accepted Buddhism as state religion. But these policies were troublemaking for his empire because greeks already were ready to took Gandhar. That's why during sunga period, greeks attacked on western part of india.
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anonymous
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Which statement describes Asoka's relationship with religion? He favored Hinduism and banned all other religions. He did not favor one religion above any other. He rejected both Hinduism and Buddhism. He favored Buddhism but tolerated other religions.

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