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“Though Alexander failed to plant his Greek civilization in India, nor could his invasion produce any direct consequences of permanent nature yet his invasion cannot be called a ‘non-event’ in the Indian history.” Elucidate.

“Though Alexander failed to plant his Greek civilization in India, nor could his invasion produce any direct consequences of permanent nature yet his invasion cannot be called a ‘non-event’ in the Indian history.” Elucidate.  ©selfstudyhistory.com Ans: Ineffectiveness of Alexander’s Invasion of India Alexander’s invasion is called an unimportant event in the History of India and […]

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“Some of the hypotheses regarding the impact of iron technology on the history of ancient India is not supported by evidences and need to be discarded.” Comment.

“Some of the hypotheses regarding the impact of iron technology on the history of ancient India is not supported by evidences and need to be discarded.” Comment. ©selfstudyhistory.com Ans: During 800-500 BC, the use of iron was known in virtually all regions of the subcontinent, and by this time, most regions seem to have entered the […]

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