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South-East Asia

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According to Avinash Chandra Das and Dr. Sampurnanand, the Arya Sapta came from the Saindhava region i.e. the north-western part of India. It has been called the Adidesh of the Aryans. Pandit Ganganath Jha told that Arya Brahmarshi had come from the country i.e. Burma, Thailand and Myanmar.

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Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar

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Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar has written a book named 'Barna Parichay'. This book was published in 1855 and was the first modern introduction to the Bengali language. This book played an important role in the promotion and spread of Bengali language.

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Aihole

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Lad Khan Temple is a major ancient Hindu temple located in the ancient city of Aihole, a historical site in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka, India. Lad Khan Temple is believed to be built during the 5th or 6th century AD, making it one of the oldest surviving temples in Aihole. Lad Khan Temple is a remarkable monument that displays the rich architectural heritage of the region. Does. It is named after Laad Khan, a Muslim prince who is said to have used this temple as his residence during the 17th century. The temple dates back to the time of Lad Khan and was originally dedicated to Lord Shiva.

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Junagarh inscription of Rudradaman

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1. The first eight lines present a historical record of the restoration work of the reservoir named "Sudarshan Lake", which was built by the great Maurya ruler Chandragupta Maurya in the 4th century BCE.

2. The greatest name of a Saka ruler in India is known from his coins, but even more so from his Junagarh inscription dated to the year 72 i.e. 150 AD.

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Explanation: The cow was considered sacred and revered in the Vedic period.

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