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Mauryan Emperor Ashoka __________________. (Points : 1) began life as a Buddhist Monk founded the Mauryan dynasty in India encouraged the Indian people to accept Buddhism and its
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User: Mauryan Emperor Ashoka __________________. (Points : 1) began life as a Buddhist Monk founded the Mauryan dynasty in India encouraged the Indian people to accept Buddhism and its teachings, but did not force it on them all of the above

Weegy: A simple and safe answer might be to say that (geographically) Buddhism began or originated in (what is now) northeastern India or southwestern Nepal. The claim is made by people in both countries and at least four local areas
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