Grade 6 Discover : Set 6 Copy
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R. Shamasastry was a Sanskrit scholar and librarian at the Oriental Research Institute, Mysore. In 1905, he came across a palm leaf manuscript that was donated by a pandit from Tanjore.
It was a work on statecraft, military strategy and economic policy and the title of it meant ‘The science of Politics’.
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The book is originally written by Kautilya.
This is the oldest known writing system in ancient India.
It is said to have been named after the creator according to the Hindu traditions, as it was this that gave birth to all the other modern scripts.
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Who is the Creator in Hindu Mythology?
It is said that the father of this Mauryan King used to take small amounts of poison along with his food to strengthen his immunity.
One day by accident the queen happened to consume the food and as she was about to die, she gave birth to the kid and it is said that a drop of poison had reached the kid and touched its head.
Hence his name meant ‘the strength of the drop’.
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Chandra Gupta Maurya was the Father in the question.
The earliest type of coins used in Ancient India were named so because of its manufacturing technique.
Mostly made of silver, these coins had symbols of the sovereign forcefully stamped onto it, which gave it a particular name.
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