[Solved] Which of the following animals was used as the royal symbol of the ancient king of Kamrupa?

Which of the following animals was used as the royal symbol of the ancient king of Kamrupa?

A. Bull

B. Lion

C. Tiger

D. Elephant

Answer: Elephant

Explanation: Elephant was used as the royal symbol of the ancient king of Kamrupa. The original capital of this dynasty was Hadapeshvara and was shifted to Durjaya built by Ratnapala (920–960), near modern Guwahati. The greatest of the Pala kings, Dharmapala (1035–1060) had his capital at Kamarupanagara, now identified with North Guwahati. The last Pala king was Jayapala (1075–1100).

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