Mansehra bipas

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Ashoka represented this region as a ruler, and when he rose to the majestic position of authority c. 272 B.C. he made it one of the real seats of his legislature. The Edicts of Ashoka engraved on three extensive rocks close Mansehra record fourteen of Ashoka's decrees, displaying parts of the ruler's dharma or noble law. These speak to a portion of the soonest confirmation of writing in South Asia, dating to center of the third century BC, and are composed from appropriate to left in the Kharosthi script.

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