A) The majestically sculptured Ashokan pillars and rock inscriptions
B) The spread of Buddhism in India
C) Infusing the idea of social responsibility through the concept of Dhamma
D) His concern in making Buddhism the state religion
Correct Answer: C
Solution :[c] Dhamma is a set of edicts that formed a policy of the Mauryan emperor Ashoka who succeeded to the Mauryan throne in modem-day India around 269 B.C Many historians consider him as one of the greatest kings of the ancient India for his policies of public welfare. His policy of Dhamma has been debated by intellectuals
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