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Consider the following statements:
1. During the Mauryan period, caves were generally used as viharas i.e. living quarters by the Jain and Buddhist monks.
2. The caves during Mauryan period were marked by a highly polished finish of the interior walls and decorative gateways.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 Nor 2
Cave Architecture: This period saw the emergence of rock-cut cave architectures. During the Mauryan period, these caves were generally used as viharas, i.e. living quarters, by the Jain and Buddhist monks. While the early caves were used by the ajivika sect, later, they became popular as Buddhist monasteries. The caves during Mauryan period were marked by a highly polished finish of the interior walls and decorative gateways.
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