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Ashoka - Official Site

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Arne Duncan quotes Bill Drayton & echoes Ashoka's vision: "The key factor of success for any society going forward is what percentage of its people are changemakers.

Ahsoka Tano - Wookieepedia - Wikia

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Ahsoka Tano, nicknamed Snips by her Master, was a Jedi Padawan who, after the Clone Wars, helped establish a network of rebels against the Galactic Empire.

Ashoka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Biography Ashoka's early life. Ashoka was born to the Mauryan emperor Bindusara and a relatively lower ranked wife of his, Dharmā (or Dhammā). He was the grandson ...

Ashoka | emperor of India | Britannica.com

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Ashoka, also spelled Aśoka (died 238? bce, India), last major emperor in the Mauryan dynasty of India. His vigorous patronage of Buddhism during his reign (c. 265 ...

Ashoka - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Emperor Ashoka the Great (sometimes spelt Aśoka) lived from 304 to 232 BCE and was the third ruler of the Indian Mauryan Empire, the largest ever in the Indian ...

Ashoka the Great - Asian History from About.com

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Ashoka, the Mauryan Emperor, looked at the bodies strewn around the smashed city, and at the Daya River that ran red with blood. He was surveying the ...

Ashoka Indian Cuisine

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Ashoka - New World Encyclopedia

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Ashoka the Great (304 B.C.E. - 232 B.C.E.; also known as Asoka, Sanskrit: अशोक, Aśoka; pronounced Ashok, even though there is an 'a' at the end) was the ...

KING ASHOKA: His Edicts and His Times

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Historical overview of what is known about Ashoka and a translation of his edicts.