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History of India


1. Which of the following statements is incorrect about Mahavira ?


2. Which of the following statements is correct regarding the comparison of Indus Valley and Vedic civilisations ?


3. With how many disciples the first Buddhist Sanga (order) was, constituted ?


4. In which of the following languages Jain literature is written T


5. Buddha attained Mahaparinirvana, in the year 483 B.C, at



6. Which of the following is not the fundamental principle of Jainism


7. Which of the folloWing was the most famous early converts to, Buddha's teachings ?


8. Into which of the following groups Jainism split up after AD 82


9. To which of the following tribes Mahavira belonged ?


10. Why India was known as Aryavarta ?


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