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A Mahājanapada (Sanskrit महाजनपद) (literally "great realm", from maha, "great", and .... Gandhara Mahajanapada of Buddhist traditions included territories of east ..... Jump up ^ A Grammatical Dictionary of Sanskrit (Vedic): 700 Complete ...

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8 Cities of the Maha.. - Eklavya
Early India - State to Empire - University of Calicut
371-380 - aensi
Feb 18, 2015 To Cite This Article: Ph.D. Fatemeh Hassan Aali, Who were Mahajanapadas special (Magadha) in India?.
Towards a Conclusion - Shodhganga
material just before the emergence of the A vanti Mahajanapada. Our analysis of the archaeological material shows that there was a large scale desertion of ...
The Vedic Age, 1500-500 B.C. We ended the last lecture with the
areas which became the major kingdoms of this period, mahajanapada, great territories of ... Between the 8th and the 6th century l6 mahajanapadas emerged.

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By afternoon, he doubled up as history teacher. As the class progressed, he narrated stories of Mahajanapada, an oligarchic kingdom in India in the sixth century BC.
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As culture developed, political entities arose. The first name of our country was in Prakrit Sola Maha-Janapada (Sixteen Great States), which occurs in texts going back to 500 BC.
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Corresponding to Uttarapatha, the Dakshinapatha was the name of southern high road which originated from Varanasi (Banaras), followed through Ujjaini and Narmada valley to Pratisthana (Paithan) in the Mahajanapada of Ashmaka (in modern ...

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