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'''Ashoka''' (Skt. ''Aśoka''; Tib. མྱ་ངན་མེད་, ''nyangen mé'', [[Wyl.]] ''mya ngan med'') — a 3rd century BC Indian emperor who largely contributed to the propagation of Buddhism in India and Asia.
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'''Ashoka''' (Skt. ''Aśoka''; Tib. [[མྱ་ངན་མེད་]], ''nyangen mé'', [[Wyl.]] ''mya ngan med'') — a 3rd century BC Indian emperor who largely contributed to the propagation of Buddhism in India and Asia.
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==
 
*[[Sogyal Rinpoche]], ''Inner and Outer Peace: Buddhism's Contribution to India and the World'' in ''Down the Ages: Contribution of Buddhism to India and the World'', forthcoming publication
 
*[[Sogyal Rinpoche]], ''Inner and Outer Peace: Buddhism's Contribution to India and the World'' in ''Down the Ages: Contribution of Buddhism to India and the World'', forthcoming publication
 
 
  
 
[[Category: Historical Figures]]
 
[[Category: Historical Figures]]
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[[Category: Kings]]

Latest revision as of 21:01, 21 January 2021

Ashoka (Skt. Aśoka; Tib. མྱ་ངན་མེད་, nyangen mé, Wyl. mya ngan med) — a 3rd century BC Indian emperor who largely contributed to the propagation of Buddhism in India and Asia.

Further Reading

  • Sogyal Rinpoche, Inner and Outer Peace: Buddhism's Contribution to India and the World in Down the Ages: Contribution of Buddhism to India and the World, forthcoming publication