Asoka was known as 'Asoka the Great' because
Ashoka the Great (268-232 BCE) was the third king of the Mauryan Empire (322- 185 BCE) best known for his renunciation of war, development of the concept of Dhamma (pious social conduct), and promotion of Buddhism as well as his effective reign of a nearly pan-Indian political entity.
The maximum amount of energy is liberated on oxidation of ____
Rose is commercially propagated by
How many employment opportunities have been created by Indian startups?
Type of mouth parts present in butterfly & moths:
According to National Forest Policy, 1988; the minimum forest cover should be maintained
The fruit of mustard is termed as
Nitrate levels in drinking water above mg/litre are considered us human health hazard
What will be the percentage of porosity of a soil which has 1.5g/cm³ bulk density and 2.65 g/cm³ particle density?
Which one of the following five year plans has the highest growth rate in Agriculture sector in India?
The ______________ is a unique institution under ICAR to conduct research and training in agricultural management