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Which of the following statement incorrect:
Sculptures were used primarily for the decoration of stupas.
The abacus and the animal part of the Sarnath pillar forms the official national emblem of India.
Chaitya were residential halls for the Buddhist and Jain monks developed during the time of the Mauryan Empire.
None of the anbove.
The construction of rock caves continued as in the Mauryan period. However, this period saw the development of two types of rock caves – Chaitya and Vihar. While the Vihars were residential halls for the Buddhist and Jain monks and were developed during the time of the Mauryan Empire, the Chaitya halls were developed during this time. They were mainly quadrangular chambers with flat roofs and used as prayer halls.
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