Lord Ashoka was an Indian head of the Mauryan Dynasty, who governed the greater part of the Indian sub-mainland amid his rule. Conceived in 304 BCE, he rose the position of royalty by 273 BCE. Ashoka was an incredible giver and worked for the welfare of his kin.
He changed over to Buddhism after the well known Kalinga War and stopped all military success and savagery. He fabricated numerous landmarks in Buddha’s respect. To respect Ashoka’s accomplishments, the Government of India has embraced the Ashoka Chakra on the Sarnath Pillar worked amid his rule as the nation’s national image. He passed on in 232 BCE.