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.
- UNIT 14 JANAPADAS AND THE
- 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.
- 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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