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He is believed to have been tolerant of all religious sects and saints of various religions visited his court.Ashoka might have learnt from the very men who graced his father’s court.However, she eventually gained access to him and was able to bear him a son.It is from her exclamation “I am now without sorrow” that Ashoka got his name which means “painless, without sorrow” in the ancient Sanskrit language. 320 – 273 BCE), was the son of Emperor Chandragupta Maurya and one of his wives, Durdhara. When she was pregnant, she ate with her husband, the emperor.This is inspiring in itself because change can be a difficult thing to do, especially when you are habituated to do and think in a certain way.For this reason, I admire his resolve and courage to stop the cycle of war and violence. Wells, a 20th century English writer, called him the ‘Greatest of Kings.’ During Emperor Ashoka’s reign, India had a relatively well-managed government system.
Ashoka (304 – 232 BCE) was born in the town of Pataliputra and was given the name Devanampriya Priyadarshi Samrat Ashoka. Prashant) Dear readers, I am thrilled to have been given this opportunity to write about Emperor Ashoka the Great.During his early reign, he was a fierce ruler and yet he was able to change his way in later life and became a compassionate ruler.Having been born into a royal family, Emperor Ashoka received extensive royal military training, and he was believed to be the most intelligent among the many sons of his father.He was intellectual, energetic, fearless, strong, fought well and possessed great military skills.
Durdhara was not informed that the food eaten by Emperor Chandragupta always had a controlled amount of poison to build up his immunity towards being poisoned.