That he was interested in bettering the lives of all living things.
The emperor Asoka (c. 269-232 BC) was motivated to convert to Buddhism after seeing 100,000 casualties during his conquests. After this transformation he promoted peace and prosperity. He wanted to live a humble life without unnecessary festivals and excess. He did not want to kill living beings and emphasized non-violence. Asoka stressed respect for elders and encouraged all generations to follow in his footsteps. He believed in bettering the lives of others through religious and social tolerance. Asoka considered it his duty to spread the gift of righteousness throughout Asia.
They are a written record.
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Edicts are official commands. The king's edicts don't always make sense.
Asoka is a empire who ruled India.
Alexander the Great
that he was interested in bettering the lives of all living things
Ashoka was the son of Bindusara and his grandfather chandragupta. His edicts tell that what he was doing for his people and how they should live and also tells about his life
The latin name for law was lex (plural leges). During the Roman Republic they were named after the man (at first a consul and later a plebeian tribune) who proposed the law and their name was completed by had a heading which indicated the object of the law. During the period of rule by emperors, laws were imperial edicts. They were named after the emperor who issued the edict and their name was also completed by had a heading which indicated the object of the law.
buddhism became more important
The four Edicts are: Buddhist Values General Welfare Justice Security
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Only one major religion currently practices the announcement of edicts. This religion is Catholicism. Edicts are announced by the Pope, and are considered laws that practicing Catholics must follow.
It is similar to hinduism's edicts
japan put an end to it.
with his hands