anonymous
  • anonymous
The caste system of ancient India did which of the following? A. It provided the basis for military success. B. It led to rapid cultural change. C. It limited social mobility. D. It contributed to increasing wealth.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer is C. It limited social mobility. The caste system of ancient India was a system in which people could not achieve a higher caste. For example, if a man was born in a poor family, he would never be able to get into a higher caste no matter how much he tries. It was a very rigid system.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i did ths earlyer this year lol i forgot :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
C

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anonymous
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yes the answer is C

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