In which year did ashoka die?
That is unknown, but thanks to the Season 5 finale, we know that Ahsoka's life was spared when Order 66 was issued. The Jedi expelled her when she was falsely accused of crimes she didn't commit, but when the truth was revealed, she refused to come back and left the Jedi Order and Anakin, tearfully.
in the yr 1955 Pt Jawaharlal nehru decided to hold a UNESCO meeting of 1956 in India... but India didnt have a standard hotel or convention center.... the in the yr 1955-56 India built its first five star hotel , the Ashok Hotel in Delhi at the cost of Rs 3 crores (300 million during that time... so… do the calculations as to how much now...)... it was constucted in 15 months.... rose pink kota stone walls, moghul style arches, natraj suites, kashmiri suites and presidential suites. 3 storey high, 550 rooms, 111 suites, 25 acrea of land. hope this answers ur question....? (MORE)
Ahsoka Tano's death is unknown, but it has been revealed at the endof Season 5 of the TV show "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," that sheleft the Jedi Order and therefore survives Order 66
It is taken from the Lions capital of Ashoka and having presence on various edicts of Ashoka. It has replaced pre independence charakha on the national flag. It has 24 spokes.
Asoka wanted to bring people into India. Asoka believed in Buddhas ways. Chandragupta had strong armies and he was a Hindu. there is a big difference between them. Ashoka wanted peace and be equal to everybody. chandragupta wanted to live a luxury life and he only gathered with rich people. Asho…ka was very religuos but chandragupta was only interested in luxury. Ashoka had a small army so that less money would be spent on paying them. chandragupta had a huge army. (MORE)
Ahsoka Tano is one of the few jedi to survive order 66 but is surprisingly killed by a strange species that enjoy watching the pain of others and she is tortured to death
Ahsoka Tano's fate hasn't been fully revealed. She left the JediOrder at the end of the series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," but her"ultimate fate" is still unknown.
Ahsoka's fate has not been revealed yet. So we need to wait until the end of Season 3 to find out
Ashoka had four sons namely Mahenda, Tivara, Kunala and Jaulaka. He had two daughters Sanghamitra and Charumati
Ashoka's father was Bindusara, the son of Chandragupta Maurya. Chandragupta is the Sandrocottos of ancient Greek authors, and Bindusara is called Amitrochates and sometimes according to the author Allitrochades.
Ahsoka's fate has not been revealed yet. So you won't get an actual answer for a long time
Both Ahsoka and Rex's fates have not been confirmed yet. So we'll have to wait until Season 3 ends in order to know
She was from the planet Shili. NO HE WASN'T THAT IS Ahsoka from star wars. Ashoka is an emperor who ruled the Indian Empire: Mauyra from 273 bc to 232 bc. And he was from India not planet Shili [answer improved by: ian12111]
Ahsoka Tano's fate has not been confirmed yet. So we'll have to wait and find out
Ahsoka's fate has not been confirmed yet. So we will have to wait until the finale of Season 3 airs in order to find out
Ahsoka's fate has not been revealed yet. So we don't know what happens to her for sure, since there are hundreds of possibilities as of what her fate could be
Ahsoka's fate has not been confirmed yet. So there is no real answer to your question just yet
Ahsoka's fate has not been confirmed yet. So no one knows what really happens to her since there are hundreds of possibilities as to what her fate is
Ashoka was the son of Bindusara and his grandfather chandragupta. His edicts tell that what he was doing for his people and how they should live and also tells about his life
Ahsoka died at Pataliputra, Patna. I believe the answer above refers to a real Indian ruler. The fictional character Ashoka Tano, is still alive but her future has not yet been decided. ----------------------[ new editation by ian12111 starts now] wow it isn't ashoka tano it is ahsoka tano an…d we aren't talking about Ahsoka we are talking about Ashoka who did mysteriously at Pataliputra, Patna (MORE)
Ashoka Maurya ruled much of the Indian subcontinent in the thirdcentury B. C. He is famous for his conversion to Buddhism.
part of the grand republic army XD got you! If you mean the ashoka from history i suggest looking it up on wikipedia
Ahsoka's fate has not been revealed yet. But personally, as much as I hate to say it, I don't even think she'll be around during the timeline in Revenge of the Sith
I don't know who killed her but i know she turned to the dark side... check out starwars.com
Ahsoka's fate has not been revealed yet. But in the first 2 seasons of the show, she is 14 years old
Im a huge fan of both Ahsoka and Anakin. But as for Ahsoka having a crush on him, I don't know for sure. I know that they care for each other a great deal, though
Ashoka was a great leader because he made a huge turning point after the war of Kalinga and adopted the teachings of Buddha and treated his people good. Then he became a very wise man.
Yes, Ashoka was Chandragupta Maurya's grandson. Ashoka was the son of Bimbhisara which in turn was Chandragupta Maurya's son.
Ashoka created edict columns that explained is laws, and belief. He erected numerous Buddhist monasteries and setups, regulated the slaughter of animals, and softened the harsh laws of his predecessors.
Ahsoka's fate has not been confirmed yet. But since Season 3 is the last season in the show, we will find out what happens to Ahsoka at the end. Ima KIP's answer: Season 3 is NOT the last season of the show. For an interesting insight to Ahsoka's twist, go to starwars.com.
First of all, Ahsoka is a she, and whether she dies or not at the end of The Clone Wars is still to be revealed---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- YOU IDIOT ITS A HE AND THE NAME IS ASHOKA THE DYNASTY EMPEROR RULER OF THE INDIAN EMPIRE MAUYRA AND …HE DIED AT 72 YEARS OLD!! stupid star wars nerds (MORE)
After the Kalinga war, Ashoka converted to Buddhism because he didn't like seeing so much bloodshed.
Ashoka ruled for 35 years. Ruled as an emperor or king at 269 BC to 232 BC.
Ashoka was a great king of the Maurya dynasty who ruled a large empire in the Indian subcontinent roughly in the 3rd century BC. Among the many violent wars he fought, the most famous is the war of Kalinga, which Ashoka won but only after immense violence and bloodshed. The war of Kalinga moved Aso…ka so much, he subsequently gave up violence and converted to Buddhism. He is subsequently known for building many Buddhist structures and spreading the religion in and out of the subcontinent. Among the structures he commissioned is an emblem which is now the official Emblem of India. (MORE)
The botanical name of the ashoka tree is SaracaIndica . The are found at the foot of the Eastern and central Himalayas aswell as across plains in India.
Well, in one episode in Season 3, an evil man known only as "Son" took Ahsoka as an attempt to try and get Anakin to join him. But since Ahsoka wouldn't turn easily, he took extreme measures and Ahsoka fell under the spell of the dark side and attacked Anakin. But no one was hurt and she was brought… back to her normal self without any memory of what she did during her dark-side-brainwashing (MORE)
Aurangzeb was the third son of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Aurangzeb ruled the Mughal Empire from 1658 to 1707.
As of near the end of season 3, it is unknown whether or not Ahsoka's parents will ever be mentioned or even seen
At first he ruled like his grandfather, Chandragupta Maurya, using warfare and violence. However, after a battle, he felt sorrow over the murder and suffering that war gives, and therefore decides to rule his empire through peace and non-violence. He converted to Buddhism and encouraged many people …to do the same by spreading Buddhist ideas in pillars throughout the many roads he built. (MORE)
Ashoka tree is one of the sacred trees of the Hindus as well as the Buddhists. The astringent bark is reported to have a stimulating effect on the endometrial and ovarian tissue, and is useful for treating menstrual pain and menorrhagia due to uterine fibroids, leucorrhoea, and internal bleeding, he…morrhoids and hemorrhagic dysentery. In Ayurveda ashoka tree is used for treating dyspepsia, other diseases of the blood, biliousness, tumours, abdominal enlargement, colic, piles, ulcers and bone fractures. The tree is also used in the Siddha system to treat diseases like menorrhagia, diarrhoea and bleeding piles. The leaves of the plant has a special blood purifying property and its juice mixed with cumin seeds works wonder in case of stomach ache. The flowers of the ashoka tree become very effective for hemorrhagic dysentery when mixed with water. It also serves as an excellent uterine tonic and is very useful to treat syphilis and biliousness. The edible seeds of the plants have a diuretic property. The flowers of the plants are used for various religious ceremonies and for decorating temples............. BY : RISHIKESH SINGH ANAND (MORE)
Ashoka leaves are helpul to us. Every plant is useful to nature,so I believe that it is medicinal plant.
Ashoka pillar has a layer of crystalline iron hydrogen phosphate which protect it from rusting.
After eight years of rule, he waged a fierce war against the kingdom of Kalinga ( Orissa of today) and was so horrified at the carnage he had caused that he gave up violence and turned to Buddhism.
Devanapiya or Devanapriya( The beloved of the gods) and Piyadasin or Priyadarsin(He who regards ...
Ashoka was the greatest ruler of the Maurya Empire. He stopped fighting wars to try to gain land instead he started to trade. He also converted into Buddhism. Lastly, he made his own edicts which are like laws.
The Mauryan Empire Of India, 324 BCE to 184 BCE. Ashoka himself was 269 BCE to 232 BCE He was a conqueror turned Buddhist and promoted religious tolerance, also encouraged trade with China for silk.
No. And if you're referring to the season 5 finale, Ahsoka was innocent of those crimes. She never took a life unless she really had to, just like the case of Osi Sobeck, the warden of the Jedi prison known as The Citadel in the season 3 episode "Citadel Rescue," and the only reason why she killed h…im was because he was about to throw Tarkin, an important part of the mission, into a boiling lava lake (MORE)
This is not a simple issue to deal with because enlightenment is an esoteric state beyond the form realm in which we live. In Tibetan Buddhism there are specific signs of an individual reaching enlightenment and realisation, I'm unaware of these being evident in Ashoka's case. This doesn't necessari…ly mean that he did or didn't reach an enlightened state. (MORE)
Ahsoka Tano was born 36 BBY, or 36 years before the events in the original film
He is a King because he believes that people should not get hurtand people should not be slaves and many more. He is known forbeing really nice.
Ashoka was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty, who ruledalmost all of the Indian subcontinent from c. 268 to 232 BCE.