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The Ashoka Pillars inscribed with edicts by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka, relics of the remorse he had felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, a series of columns spread out in the north Indian region.

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Ashoka, relics of the remorse he had felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests,
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Ashoka are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests,
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Ashoka, relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, are
D
Ashoka are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, which are
E
Ashoka that are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests and are
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vijaisingh2001 wrote:
The Ashoka Pillars inscribed with edicts by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka, relics of the remorse he had felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, a series of columns spread out in the north Indian region.

A
Ashoka, relics of the remorse he had felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests,
B
Ashoka are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests,
C
Ashoka, relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, are
D
Ashoka are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, which are
E
Ashoka that are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests and are



A. Ashoka, relics of the remorse he had felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, - Incorrect. The subject 'Ashoka Pillars' has no verb

B. Ashoka are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, - Incorrect. Meaning error. Ashoka Pillars are not the relics of the remorse he felt after the war.

C. Ashoka, relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, are - Correct

D. Ashoka are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests, which are - Incorrect.

E. Ashoka that are relics of the remorse he felt after observing the destruction of Kalinga during one of his quests and are - Incorrect.

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