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Ashoka
Maurya Samrat

A "Chakravartin" ruler, first century BC/CE. Andhra Pradesh, Amaravati. Preserved at Musee Guimet
Reino 274–232 BC
Koronasyon 270 BC
Mga titulo Samraat Chakravartin; other titles include Devanampriya and Priyadarsin
Natawo 304 BC
Natawohan Pataliputra, Patna
Namatay 232 BC (aged 72)
Namatayan Pataliputra, Patna
Lunganan Ashes immersed in the Ganges River, possibly at Varanasi, Cremated 232 BC, less than 24 hours after death
Nahauna Bindusara
Sinmunod Dasaratha Maurya
Consorte Maharani Devi
Wives Rani Tishyaraksha
Rani Padmavati
Rani Kaurwaki
Anak Mahendra, Sanghamitra, Teevala, Kunala
Royal House Mauryan dynasty
Amay Bindusara
Iroy Rani Dharma or Shubhadrangi
Mga panuohan panrelihiyon Buddhism

Hi Ashoka (304 BC – 232 BC) usa ka Indyan nga emperador han dinastiya Maurya nga naghadi han haros ngatanan han ubos-kontinente han Indya tikang 273 BC ngadto 232 BC.

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Bibliograpiya[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

  • Ahir, D. C. (1995). Aśoka the Great. Delhi: B. R. Publishing.
  • Bhandarkar, D.R. (1969). Aśoka (4th ed.). Calcutta: Calcutta University Press.
  • Bongard-Levin, G. M. Mauryan India (Stosius Inc/Advent Books Division May 1986) ISBN 0-86590-826-5
  • Chauhan, Gian Chand (2004). Origin and Growth of Feudalism in Early India: From the Mauryas to AD 650. Munshiram Manoharlal, Delhi. ISBN 978-81-215-1028-8
  • Durant, Will (1935). Our Oriental Heritage. New York: Simon and Schuster.
  • Falk, Harry. Aśokan Sites and Artefacts – A Source-book with Bibliography (Mainz : Philipp von Zabern, [2006]) ISBN 978-3-8053-3712-0
  • Gokhale, Balkrishna Govind (1996). Aśoka Maurya (Twayne Publishers) ISBN 978-0-8290-1735-9
  • Hultzsch, Eugene (1914). The Date of Aśoka, The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (Oct. 1914), pp. 943–951. Article stable URL.
  • Keay, John. India: A History (Grove Press; 1 Grove Pr edition 10 May 2001) ISBN 0-8021-3797-0
  • Li Rongxi, trans. (1993). The biographical scripture of King Aśoka / transl. from the Chinese of Saṃghapāla, Berkeley, CA: Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and Research, ISBN 0-9625618-4-3.
  • Mookerji, Radhakumud (1962). Aśoka (3rd ed.). Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas. https://archive.org/details/asokagaekwadlectradh.
  • Nikam, N. A.; McKeon, Richard (1959). The Edicts of Aśoka. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Sastri, K. A. Nilakanta (1967). Age of the Nandas and Mauryas. Reprint: 1996, Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi. ISBN 978-81-208-0466-1
  • Seneviratna, Anuradha (ed.), Gombrich, Richard; Guruge, Ananda (1994). King Aśoka and Buddhism: Historical and Literary studies, Kandy: Sri Lanka; Buddhist Publication Society, 1st edition, ISBN 9552400651
  • Singh, Upinder (2012). "Governing the State and the Self: Political Philosophy and Practice in the Edicts of Aśoka," South Asian Studies, 28:2 (University of Delhi: 2012), pp. 131–145. Article stable URL.
  • Swearer, Donald. Buddhism and Society in Southeast Asia (Chambersburg, Pennsylvania: Anima Books, 1981) ISBN 0-89012-023-4
  • Thapar, Romila. (1973). Aśoka and the decline of the Mauryas. 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press, Reprint, 1980. SBN 19-660379 6.
  • von Hinüber, Oskar. (2010). "Did Hellenistic Kings Send Letters to Aśoka?" Journal of the American Oriental Society, 130:2 (Freiburg: 2010), pp. 261–266.
  • MacPhail, James Merry: "Aśoka", Calcutta: The Associative Press ; London: Oxford University Press 1918 PDF (5.9 MB)

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