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With reference to the period of Gupta dynasty in ancient India the towns Ghantasala Kadura and chaul were well known as

(a) Ports handling foreign trade
(b) Capitals of powerful kingdom
(c) Places of exquisite stone art and architecture.
(d) Important Buddhist pilgrimage centres.



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The towns Ghantasala, Kadura, and Chaul were well known as ports handling foreign trade during the period of the Gupta dynasty in ancient India. These towns served as important ports that facilitated trade and commerce with foreign regions. The Gupta period was known for its economic prosperity and flourishing trade networks, and these ports played a significant role in connecting India with other parts of the world.


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