Answer :

(a) True

Rajas who let the ashvamedha horse pass through their lands meant that they accepted that the raja who wanted to perform the sacrifice was stronger than them. These rajas were then invited to the sacrifice, which was performed by specially trained priests.

(b) False

His charioteer, who was the Raja’s companion in the battle field and witness to his exploits, chanted tales of his glory.

(c) False

Archaeologists have found that people lived in huts & kept cattle as well as other animals in the settlements of the janapadas.

(d) True

Some of the earthen pots used to store grain were grey in colour and known as Painted Grey Ware.

(e) False

Only the capital city in mahajanapadas were fortified.

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