Definition of Asokan column
: a stone column found in India and usually of considerable height on which Buddhist inscriptions were cut — compare lat
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Origin and Etymology of asokan column
Asoka the Great †232 b.c. king of Magadha, ancient kingdom of India, at whose behest they were erected + English -an
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