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Ashoka wanted to conquer kalinga because on many fertility reasons and it would be the mainstream or backbone of the empire. so he waged war with them. the people of kalinga fought bravely and chose death.even after winning the conquest.ashoka's inner heart was shaken because of seeing the terrible death of the people. so he thought because of a war people lose their loved ones so he made a promise that he will never fight and war again.thus he was the 1st emperor to give up after winning a war.then he became a ardent follower of buddha.
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2015-02-14T20:55:23+05:30
the people of kalinga fought bravely and chose death.even after winning the conquest.ashoka's inner heart was shaken because of seeing the terrible death of the people. so he thought because of a war people lose their loved ones so he made a promise that he will never fight and war again
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In about 260 BCE Ashoka waged a bitterly destructive war against the state of Kalinga (modern Odisha).[2] He conquered Kalinga, which none of his ancestors had done.[3] He embraced Buddhism after witnessing the mass deaths of the Kalinga War, which he himself had waged out of a desire for conquest. "Ashoka reflected on the war in Kalinga, which reportedly had resulted in more than 100,000 deaths and 150,000 deportations."[4] Ashoka converted gradually to Buddhism beginning about 263 BCE.[2] He w