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Ashoka became leader of our Mauryan Dynasty in 269BC
Some edicts guaranteed that Asoka would treat his subjects fairly and humanely. Others preached nonviolence.
Still others urged religious toleration—acceptance of people who held different religious beliefs.
Asoka built roads to travel to the corners of India. This made it easier for his officials and improve trade and communitcation
Every nine miles on the road was a well and rest houses. This allowed people to stop and take a break rather that travel the whole road in one try.
When Asoka had won the fight against Kalinga, he felt sorrow and started to study Buddhism
I am Asoka, the one who brought the Mauryan Dynasty to its greastest height. I also have a strong interest in spreading Buddhism to my people.
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