Q. Which of the following pair/s is/are correctly matched?
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Explanation: After the death of Harsha, the Pratiharas (Jalore-Rajasthan), the Palas (Bengal) and the Rashtrakutas (Deccan) engaged in a triangular contest for the control of the Ganga–Yamuna doab and the lands adjoining it.
- The Palas controlled vast areas of the eastern Gangetic Plain.
- Apart from earning revenue from agriculture, Palas also derived income from their wide commercial contacts in South-east Asia.
- Buddhism in Bengal provided a link between eastern India and Java and Sumatra.
Source: Tamil Nadu NCERT