Nalanda University was a great centre of learning, especially in

[ A ]    Buddhism
[ B ]    Jainism
[ C ]    Vaishnavism
[ D ]    Tantra
Answer : Option A
Explanation :
Nalanda was an ancient centre of higher learning in Bihar, India. It was a Buddhist centre of learning from the fifth or sixth century CE to 1197 CE. Nalanda flourished between the reign of the Sakraditya (whose identity is uncertain and who might have been either Kumara Gupta-I or Kumara Gupta-II) and 1197 CE, supported by patronage from the Hindu Gupta rulers as well as Buddhist emperors like Harsha and later emperors from the Pala Empire.
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