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Etymology Of Kamboja

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Explorations in the Intellectual History 0f India and Tibet, 1500-1800
the Kambojas (i.e., in part of today's Afghanistan), and as a noun meaning corpse in Aryavarta (Domain of the Aryans, i.
Funan Reviewed : Deconstructing the Ancients
two names kambujd ('kamphuť), meaning 'born of kambu\ and kamboja, name of a country in ancient.
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studies are summed up conveniently in the etymological dictionaries by M. Mayrhofer ... such as Gandhåri, Kubhå, Krumu, Kamboja, Gandhåri RV, OPers.
Janapada, literally meaning the place where the people place their feet, .. However. it omits Gandhara and Kamboja which were located in the north-west.
On Attitudes towards Language in Ancient India
used in particular meanings in given areas.

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Kamboja (name) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The etymology of Kamboja (or "Kambuja", "Kambujiya") is unclear.
List of country-name etymologies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kambojas in Indian literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kamboja - Wiktionary
Kamboj, Kamboja, Kambojas, Kamboh - Community, Society
The Sanskrit name Kamboja is also sometimes found written as Kambuja as in Vedic texts like Paraskara Grhya Sutra (2.1.23).

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