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What was the normal form of government in Vedic period
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Which non-aryan social belief has been continuing in Tamil Nadu since Sangam Age   1
According to Bhagavata what is the definition of Bhakti   1
What was the normal form of government in Vedic period   2
What is the eternal message of Asoka given on the Piller Edict-V for the protection of birds and animals   1
What are the likely purposes of the Great Bath in the citadel at Mohnjodaro   1
who performed the worlds first concious brain surgery in australia?   2
What was the name of Military head in Delhi Sulthanate   10
who is the cheif of upsc CDS 6
why the round table confrence 1931 is called as ROUND TABLE CONFRENCE   5
who are malharrao holkar   1
The dockyard in Lothal was connected through a channel to which river ?   2
Why mercantile community was most attracted to Jainism   1
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