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ASHOKA – A FAMOUS RULER

INDIA
HISTORY AND CULTURE

ASHOKA – A FAMOUS RULER
Teacher: Trinh Thi Dinh
Students: Group 1


Thanh Lam

Văn
Thịn
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Minh Hằng
Khánh Hòa
Dương Trang


CONTENT
I. ASHOKA AND COME INTO POWER

II.ASHOKA – A FAMOUS RULER
1. Ashoka – before enlighten Buddhism:
3. Ashoka – after enlinghten Buddhism:
4. India empire under Ashoka’s sovereignty:

III. CONCLUSION


I. ASHOKA AND COME INTO POWER

- 304 BC – 232 BC
- In the time of Maurya Empire.
- One of 101 princes of King Bindusara.
- As sharp as a needle
- After his father’s death -> Sumima come into power.
- Helped of Prime Minister Rafdhagypta -> Ashoka come into power.

From a cruel king became a benevolent king.
Esteemed and supported by the people.
One of the most famous kings in India.


ASHOKA


II. ASHOKA – A FAMOUS RULER

1. Ashoka – before enlighten Buddhism:
- A cruel and brutal king -> deeply resented.
- Unity to India -> conquered the neighbor countries : Kalinga, Peshawar,
Afghanistan, …
- In the wars : slaughtered a lot of innocent people.
- After the wars against Kalinga - > changes the main
Became a sincere Buddhist , a king of peace
A man with deep sentiment towards human beings and
animal





II. ASHOKA – A FAMOUS RULER
2. Ashoka

– after enlighten Buddhism:

b. Some of Ashoka’s decrees :
- Found here and there in India, Nepal, Paskintan, Afghanixtan.
- Engraved on steles, stone pillars.
- Told about good conduct.
- Promulgation of his decrees: chance -> no written documents or
system concerning promulgated decrees.
- Directly to examine his decrees.


II. ASHOKA – A FAMOUS RULER
2. Ashoka – after enlighten Buddhism:
b. Some of Ashoka’s decrees :
- Some of Ashoka’s decrees and policies:
+ Giving up the Maurya Empire’s hunting foreign policy.
+ Made again the system of justice .
+ Promulgated animal-protecting decrees.
+ Paying attention to develop heath services and people’s life
- Advice to his descendants.
- Direct solve the problem at any place.



II. ASHOKA – A FAMOUS RULER
3. The India empire under Ashoka’s sovereignty:
- To enlarge territorial.
- At time prosperous and outstanding of Mauryan dynasty.
- Built a peaceful, happy, comfort life for the Indian society.
- India – a country successful in the aspects of politics.


The map’s India under dynastys


III. CONCLUSION
- Ashoka, the third king of Mauryan dynasty, became one of
the most exemplary ruler in history.
- Depending on the translations made before, the present
explanations have given us a deeper and more general look
on his effort in ruling system to establish an empire based
on justice, moral spirit and social welfare of his people.
That was Ashoka’s main attention.



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