Is Ashoka Samrat a true story?

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Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat is based on the life of Ashoka (304–232 BCE), the third emperor of the Mauryan dynasty of India. How he faced the problems outside and inside Magadha and then become ruler of Magadha. The historical drama was produced by Contiloe Entertainment, and directed by Prasad Gavandi.

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Furthermore, what is Ashoka Samrat real name?

Siddharth Nigam

Beside above, what is the history of Ashok Samrat? Emperor Ashoka the Great (sometimes spelt Aśoka) lived from 304 to 232 BCE and was the third ruler of the Indian Mauryan Empire, the largest ever in the Indian subcontinent and one of the world's largest empires at its time. He ruled form 268 BCE to 232 BCE and became a model of kingship in the Buddhist tradition.

Accordingly, how was Ashoka died?

Answer and Explanation: According to the extant sources, Ashoka ruled for 36 years and died of natural causes in 232 BCE. He enjoyed a long and prosperous reign, and came to

Who is the father of Ashoka Samrat?


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Who will Ashoka Samrat marry?

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Does Ashoka Samrat die?

Devi Dharma Died Before Samrat Bindusar
Now that Ashoka's son Mahinda was born in 285BC, we can assume that she died either the same year or the previous year. So, this makes it clear that she died before her husband Samrat Bindusar as according to the available texts, Samrat Bindusar died in the year 273BC.

Who was Ashoka wife?

Maharani Devi
m. 286 BC
m. 270 BC–240 BC
m. 266 BC

How old is Ashoka?

That means, Mahinda must have been 14 years old when Ashoka ascended the throne. Even if Mahinda was born when Ashoka was as young as 20 years old, Ashoka must have ascended the throne at the age of 34 years, which means he must have served as a viceroy for several years.

Who was Ahankara in Maurya dynasty?

The serial, Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat has many love stories – one love story in the current track is that of Rajkumar Sushim and Rajkumari Ahankara. While, Sushim is the eldest son of Samrat Bindusar, Ahankara is the only daughter of Ujjain's king Rajajiraj. They both share mutual feeling of love and admiration.

Who is Ahankara?

ahankara. she was a princess of dreams, from birth whatever she demands she get it effortlessly ,once upon a time her family was complete with her father mother, didi agnishikha and it became a fairytale after rajkumar sushim came to her life with love but he broke his promise left her when she needs him .

Who plays Kaurwaki in Ashoka serial?

Series Cast
Mohit Raina Ashoka / 442 episodes, 2016
Siddharth Nigam Young Ashoka 441 episodes
Somya Seth Kaurwaki 432 episodes, 2016
Suzanne Bernert Helena 393 episodes
Manoj Kolhatkar Khallatak, Bindusara's Prime Minister 45 episodes

Who is first king of India?

Chandragupta Maurya

When was Ashoka die?

232 BC

Why is Ashoka a legendary king?

Ashoka was the grandson of Chandragupta Maurya who founded the Mauryan dynasty. His father was Bindusara (Vindusar), who was widely considered to be a good ruler of the kingdom. His 'Ashoka Chakra' was adopted as the symbol of Independent India in 1947.

Why did Ashoka gave up the war?

Ashoka gave up the war because he was moved by the violence and large number of people who were killed in Kalinga War.So he decided to gave up war. One more reason was that Ashoka had conquered whole of India after Kalinga war. So he gave up war because he had nothing left in India to be conquered.

Why was Ashoka called the Great?

Ashoka is called “The Great “ emperor because he renounced war as state policy voluntarily in the 3rd Century BC and instead adopted the policy of Dhamma ie policy of welfare of his subjects .

Where did Ashoka die?


How did Alexander die?

Proposed causes of Alexander's death included alcoholic liver disease, fever, and strychnine poisoning, but little data support those versions. According to the University of Maryland School of Medicine report of 1998, Alexander probably died of typhoid fever (which, along with malaria, was common in ancient Babylon).