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In the context of medieval India, which of the following were the major mainland trade routes?

A
Lahore to Kabul
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Multan to Kandahar
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Puri to Dhaka
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Madras to Banaras
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Solution

The correct options are
A Lahore to Kabul
B Multan to Kandahar
Medieval India's major trade routes were Lahore to Kabul and Multan to Kandahar. The Lahore to Kabul route is part of the Grand Trunk road which has linked central Asia and the Indian sub-continent for over 2500 years.

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