History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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 Maximum questions come from this portion of different competitive exams.

Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams

Watch some of the important Bits below. 


1-Indica by ‘Megastenes’ is a source of Mauryan society and administration.


2- Raghuvamsa by Kalidasa is an epic based on Mahabharata.


3-Manusmriti was a law book composed between 200 BC and 200 AD.


4-Chandsutra was written by Pingala.


5-Mahabhashya was written by Patanjali.


6-Harshavardhana wrote Ratnavali, Nagananda, and Priyadarshika dramas.


7-Srinagarashataka, Nitishataka and Vairagyasataka were written by Bhartrihari.


8-Malavikagnimithram, Vikramorvashiyan, and Abhinjana Shakuntala are dramas written by Kalidasa.


9-Buddhacharita is written by Aswaghosha. It is the earliest biography of Buddha. It was written in the Pali language.


10-Gita Govinda was written by Jayadeva.


11-Dasakumaracharitam is written by Dandin.


12-Meghadutam is written by Kalidasa.


13-Naishad Charita is written by Sri Harsha and it contains the story of Nala and Damayanti.


14-Natyashastra is written by Bharatamuni and it is the earliest known work in Sanskrit.


15-Vikramamangadeva charita is written by Bilhana.


16-Harshacharita is written by Banabhatta.


17-Silappadigaram, Manimegalai, and Jeevakachintamani are the three epics of Sangham literature.


18- Megastanese described the Pandya Kingdom as ‘Pearl’ as it was ruled by women.


19-Sangham was an Assembly of literature held at Madhurai.


20-The greatest work of the Tamil literature of the Sangam Age is Tholkappium written by Tholkappiyar.


21-Milandapanho is a book of Nagasena. It describes how Greek king Menander accepted Buddhism.


22-Tholkappium is considered as the earliest surviving Tamil literary work. It is a book on Tamil grammar.


23-Jivaka Chintamani the third epic of the Tamil that was written by Tirukkadevar.


24-The Kharoshti script was brought to India by Persians.


25-Chandragupta II the greatest of Gupta rulers was popularly known as Vikramaditya.


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