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In approximately 263 B.C.E., King Asoka of India passed laws in his kingdom based on nonviolence and tolerance, and he sent missionaries to foreign countries to spread his new beliefs. These actions
were a result of his conversion to which religion? A. Confucianism B. Buddhism C. Hinduism D. Taoism
These actions were a result of his conversion to Buddhism. Asoka was a significant part of spreading the Buddhist religion. Thanks for asking, I love history!
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User: In approximately 263 B.C.E., King Asoka of India passed laws in his kingdom based on nonviolence and tolerance, and he sent missionaries to foreign countries to spread his new beliefs. These actions were a result of his conversion to which religion? A. Confucianism B. Buddhism C. Hinduism D. Taoism

Weegy: These actions were a result of his conversion to Buddhism. Asoka was a significant part of spreading the Buddhist religion. Thanks for asking, I love history!
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