The king of Mauryan Empire who in 322 BC uprooted Greeks from Punjab and nandas from the Gangetic plane was-

Question: The king of Mauryan Empire who in 322 BC uprooted Greeks from Punjab and nandas from the Gangetic plane was-

(a) Chandragupta

(b) Bindusar

(c) Ashok

(d) Mahapadmananda

Answer: (a) Chandragupta

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