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- known as the janapadas. while some of the janas evolved into their own janapadas, others appear to have mixed together to form a common janapada. according
- ethno-linguistic region of bengal. ancient bengal was the site of several major janapadas (kingdoms). it was also part of large empires such as the maurya empire
- an ancient indian janapada (realm) in eastern malwa region between the dhasan river and the betwa river. the name of the janapada was derived from the
- sub-continent was divided into several janapadas demarcated from each other by boundaries. in pāṇini's 'ashtadhyayi', janapada stands for country and janapadin
- whether he might become a monk. although nanda had just wedded the beautiful janapada kalyāni, that same day, he took ordination and joined the community of
- anga also finds mention in the jain vyakhyaprajnapti’s list of ancient janapadas. according to mahabharata, karna ruled the kingdom during the period.
- janapada loka or 'folk world' or 'folk-culture world' is a folk museum that has an exclusive display of the village folk arts of karnataka. it is under
- the history of measurement systems in india begins in early indus valley civilisation with the earliest surviving samples dated to the 5th millennium bce