Why the conquest of Kalinga was of strategic and economic
importance to the Mauryan empire
Answer / guest
The Kalinga kingdom stood in the way of the southern routes
from the Ganges valley and it was also a powerful maritime
stated and therefore convenient source of income and also
it provided contiguity to the Mauryan territories of Andhra
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