Yavana Kingdom

Yavana Kingdom

Yavana or Yona is a community in Hindu mythology. They are grouped under western countries along with Sindhu, Madra, Kekeya, Gandhara and Kamboja as per the descriptions in the epic Mahabharata. This word is also used in Indian history to indicate Greeks and later Arabs from 7th century AD.

Read more about Yavana Kingdom:  Location in Ancient India, Integration With The Vedic Culture, References in Mahabharata

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