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• Believed to have left the throne to his son to become a monk in southern India

• His empire was economically successful, with most of the wealth coming from farming

• Commanded a huge army

• Both brought order and peace to the empire

• Both used their wealth to improve the empire

• Sent Buddhist missionaries to other countries; Buddhism grew under his rule

• Practiced and preached Buddhist principles

• Converted to Buddhism

• Freed prisoners and restored their land

• Battle at Kalinga was a turning point in his life

• Conquered new territories to the east

• Believed in absolute power and complete control over the people • Both were strong warriors

• Born the son and grandson of kings

ASOKA

• Born poor; was a slave at one time

CHANDRAGUPTA

Rulers of Maurya

Section Reading Support HOW 69 Ancient India, Section 4

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