History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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 Maximum questions come from this portion of different competitive exams.

Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams

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1-Alexander was born in 356 BC. He was the son of King Philip II of Macedonia.

2-Aristotle was Alexander’s teacher.

3-Alexander founded the city of Alexandria in Egypt.

4-Alexander was known as Shehansha in Persia and Sikhandar-I-Asam in Indo-Pak region.

5-Alexander’s teacher Aristotle is considered as the father of Politics, Biology, Taxonomy and the Science of Logic.

6-Epirus or Olympias was Alexanders mother.

7-In 326 BC Alexander defeated Porus (Purushothama) the ruler of Punjab. He Captured Taxila through the battle of Hydaspes on the banks of river Jhelum.

8- Alexander defeated the Persian ruler Darius III.

9- The Last general of Alexander in India was Eudamas.

10-Alexander IV succeeded Alexander as the Macedonian King.

11-Alexander’s first General in India was Seleucus Nikator.

12-The last general of Alexander in India was Eudamas.

13-After conquering Syria, Egypt, and Persia, Alexander moved towards Kabul, from there he marched towards India through the Khyber Pass in 326 B.C.

14-Alexander was impressed with the courage of King Porus and treat him as a great warrior and gave him back his kingdom.

15-Porus was also known as Purushottama.

16-Alexander invasion paved the way for the expansion of Mauryan empire in India.

17-The ambition of Alexander was to conquer the whole world.

18-Ambhi, the prince of Taxila surrendered to Alexander without a fight.

19-Alexander died of Malaria at the age of 33 in 323 BC while he was in Babylon.

20- Alexander was cremated at Alexandria.

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