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- the janapadas (sanskrit : जनपद. dʒənəpəd̪ə , pron were the major realms republics or kingdoms of vedic (iron age ) india from about 1200
- mahājanapada (sanskrit : महाजनपद, mahājanapada, literally 'great realm' from maha, 'great', and janapada 'foothold of a tribe', 'country
- janapada loka or 'folk world' is an institution that is dedicated to preserving and propagating the rural folk culture of karnataka.
- magadha (मगध) formed one of the sixteen mahā-janapadas (sanskrit : 'great countries') or kingdoms in ancient india . the core of the
- avanti (अवन्ति) was an ancient india n janapada (realm), roughly corresponded to the present day malwa region. according to the buddhist
- dasharna (sanskrit :दशार्ण daśārṇa) was an ancient indian janapada (realm) in eastern malwa region between the dhasan river and the
- kotilingala in karimnagar , telangana situated at the confluence of peddavagu and godavari river was the capital of ****aka janapada ,
- tirupati thimmappa is very much alive in janapada (kannada ) culture of south india . when people take pilgrimage to tirupati, they chant
- 600 bc: one of the 16 great janapadas, named as ashmaka 230 bc to 225 ad: ruled by the satavahana s. 250 to 525: the vakataka s brought
- his brothers and sons ruled most of the janapadas (16 states) at that time. file:ancient india. png , ancient indian kingdoms, 600 b.c.