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World Religion - REL 212

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  1. Often compared to Constantine 1 in the history of Christianity , which emperor of India spread Buddhism through 

a. Asoka     b. Mahinda     c. Bindusara     d. Vijayalaya Chola

Sep 26th, 2014

In the 3d cent. B.C. the Indian emperor Asoka greatly strengthened Buddhism by his support and sent Buddhist missionaries as far afield as Syria. In succeeding centuries, however, the Hindu revival initiated the gradual decline of Buddhism in India. The invasions of the White Huns (6th cent.) and the Muslims (11th cent.) were also significant factors behind the virtual extinction of Buddhism in India by the 13th cent.

Read more: Buddhism: The Spread of Buddhism | Infoplease.com http://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/society/buddhism-the-spread-buddhism.html#ixzz3ERLOOYIt 

Answer: A 

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