Asoka

Asoka has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Colombo Telegraph' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Asoka was highly popular in February this year. Popularity drop is quite noticeable as the number of mentions has suffered a drastic multifold decline in the last 6 months.

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MARGHABANDHU STOTRAM- A SHORT SLIDESHOW ON LORD SHIVA...

[...] to he who blesses….) (Manmatha, the lord of love has five flower arrows –lotus, Asoka, mango, jasmine and the blue lotus. Lord Shiva killed him by the fire generated by his [...]

ushasrikumar.blogspot.in

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Ethical State & Division Of People Into Upper And Lower Castes

[...] India. Asoka, with the propagation of his Dhamma, made an attempt to humanize it and show that in fact what [...]

colombotelegraph.com

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Absence Of Remorse As An Obstacle To Reconciliation

[...] the philosophical and political outlook of Asoka, who realized that for the management of a vast empire at a time when there were powerful [...]

colombotelegraph.com

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Asoka halwa recipe | Easy Diwali sweets | Ashoka halwa

[...] Asoka halwa| ashoka halwa  is a traditional recipe of Thiruvaiyaru, a small town in Tamilnadu, South [...]

jeyashriskitchen.com

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Mihintale: Anuradhapura’s Sunset Point and the Cradle of Buddhism in Sri Lanka

[...] those interested in a bit of history, this was the place where Mahinda, the son of Emperor Asoka from India preached the doctrine of Buddhism to King Devanampiyatissa, the then king of Sri [...]

beontheroad.com

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Main places to visit & explore around Bhuvaneshwar, Odisha

[...] to hang around, see some inspiring art and know the lifestyle of Odisha tribes. Rock Edicts of Asoka - There are multiple edicts of Ashoka and spread across various countries including India, [...]

phototravelings.blogspot.in

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Hazaribagh – The Place of a Thousand Gardens

[...] by outside powers even if it had  possibly acknowledged Mauryan suzerainty during the reign of Asoka, and through which both iron and Buddhism flowed to Magadh from Hazaribagh. The reason for saying [...]

anuraganand.com

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Rock edicts of Asoka, Odisha (India)

[...] follower-ship of budhhism. While in Bhubaneshwar, we also planned to visit Rock edicts of Asoka. This Photo Journey shares some of the photographs along with some information. READ MORE =&# [...]

phototravelings.blogspot.in

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Three Buddhism & The Isolation Of The Philosopher

[...] can only ask those interested to come and see for themselves (Ehi Passiko). The Buddhist Emperor Asoka in his Rock Edicts enjoined his people to respect other religions. After the Buddha passed away, [...]

colombotelegraph.com

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A New Book On Negativity & Nihilism In Sri Lankan Consciousness

[...] is common to all is a deep negativity inherited from the far distant past. In my recent book on Asoka’s policy of Dhamma and democratic values, I trace this negativity to the influence of an Indian [...]

colombotelegraph.com

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Where Sri Lanka’s Long Term Energy Security?

[...] By Arjuna Seneviratne – Arjuna Seneviratne Sri Lanka CAN achieve 100% renewables by 2030 says Asoka Abeygunawardana We are all quite aware of the mess in the electricity sector in the country. Both [...]

colombotelegraph.com

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