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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part N (2015)

The great Asoka influenced by Buddhism

Author(s)
RB Kokatanur
Abstract
Great Ashoka as an enthusiastic someone of India and as booster of Faith holds a grave persona in the history of the reality. He would devote himself to his Buddhist institution and drill ahimsa, or nonviolence. Ashoka was regenerate to Religion as a finish of the Kalinga war from a power hungry emperor, he overturned into a Faith person and started speech the principles of faith throughout the humanity. According to practice he became a jazzman, made Brobdingnagian gifts to the Buddhists, and undertook pilgrimages to the Faith shrines. His visits to Faith shrines is also suggested by the dhamma yatras mentioned in his inscriptions. According to tradition Ashoka held the third Buddhist council (sangiti) and missionaries were transmitted not exclusive to southerly Bharat but also to Sri Lanka, Burma and new countries to change the fill there. Script inscriptions of the merchandise and foremost centuries BC make been recovered in Sri Lanka.
Pages: 954-956  |  530 Views  8 Downloads
How to cite this article:
RB Kokatanur. The great Asoka influenced by Buddhism. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(10): 954-956.
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