List 'A' List 'B' A. Chauroddharanika 1. Guild of artisans B. Dandapasika 2. Magistrate in towns C. Vinayasthitishapaka 3. Watchman D. Kidika 4. Police
List 'A' List 'B' A. Janakihamna 1. Pravarasena Vakataka B. Kimtarjumya 2, Kumaradasa C. Ravanavadha 3. Bharavi D. Setubandha 4, Magha E. Shisupalavadha 5. Bhatti
List -I List -II A. Fa-hien 1. Indian had no sense of history B. Alberuni 2. There was no provision of death sentence C. Heiun Tsang 3. Indian yield more than fairness required
1.Harshacharita of Banabhatta 2.Banskheda inscription of Harsha 3.Aihole inscription of Pulakesin II 4.Travels of Yuan Chwang
List-I List-II (Authors) (Historical Kavyas) A. Hemachandra 1. Dvyasraya Kavya B. Jayanka 2. Navasahshank Charita C. Padmagupta 3. Prithviraja Vijaya D. Sandhyakar Nandi 4. Rama Charita
List-I (Dynasty) List-II (State) A. Kadamba 1. Odisha B. Kharvela 2. Karnataka C. Chalukya 3. Bengal D. Pala 4. Gujarat
1. Abhinavagupta wrote a comprehensive treatise called the Tantraloka which systematically presents the teachings of the kula and Trika systems 2. The Samartehchakaha by Haribhadra Suri written in Gujarat around the eighth century is technically not a tantric work but is saturated with tantric ideas and practices
List-I List-II (King) (Region) A. Shashanka 1. Assam B. Kharavela 2. Maharashtra C. Simuka 3. Orissa D. Bhaskara Varman 4. Bengal
1. Vikramorvashiyarn 2. Malavikagnimitram 3. Swapnavasavadattam 4. Kadambari
1. The Kumaramatyas were the most important of them and they were appointed directly by the king in the home provinces. 2. The village headmen lost importance and of the transactions began to be effected without their consent.
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