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  • Ashoka is a Child
  • He Ruled 1
  • He Ruled 2
  • Asoka was born in Pataliputra for the second emperor of the Mauryan Dynasty. He had several half-brothers from his father’s other wives. Born into a royal family and received royal military training, He had an ability to kill a lion with only a wooden rod. "No society can prosper if it aims at making things easier-instead it should aim at making people stronger."
  • Great achievements 1
  • Asoka once was Buddha and then changed to take over India, he found warriors that would fight for him and the set out on his conquest to take over India. "When an unconquered country is conquered, people are killed... . That the beloved of the Gods finds very pitiful and grievous. ... If anyone does him wrong, it will be forgiven as far as it can be forgiven... . The beloved of the Gods considers that the greatest of all victories is the victory of righteousness."
  • Great achievements 2
  • Once Asoka realized he was causing pain he stopped and became Buddhist, then he sent out missionaries to expand Buddhism. He also got back with his girlfriend after she dumped him for causing destruction. "Let all listen, and be willing to listen to the doctrines professed by others."
  • What can we learn?
  • His Asoka Chakra or the wheel of righteousness widely inscribed on many relics of the Mauryan Emperor and was adopted to the Indian flag. "It is forbidden to decry other sects; the true believer gives honor to whatever in them is worthy of honor."
  • He started the construction of a sculpture of four lions standing back to back, known as the Lion Capital of Asoka, and is the national emblem of India."No society can prosper if it aims at making things easier-instead it should aim at making people stronger."
  • Asoka was a bad man that won everything and gave it all up to help people in staid of harm them. "He who does reverence to his own sect, while disparaging the sects of others with intent to enhance the glory of his own sect, by such conduct inflicts the severest injury on his own sect."
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