Janapada

Janapada

The Janapadas (Sanskrit: जनपद ) were the major realms or kingdoms of Vedic (Iron Age) India which, by the 6th century BC, which is divided into the sixteen classical Mahajanapadas.

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Janapada Loka
... Janapada Loka or "Folk world" is an institution that is dedicated to preserving and propagating the rural folk culture of Karnataka ... It is a part of the Karnataka Janapada Parishat and is situated in Ramanagara district on the Bangalore-Mysore highway ... Janapada Loka provides an opportunity for rural artisans,musicians and craftspeople to showcase their art and provides a platform for marketing these works of art ...
Vajji - The Territory
... The territory of the Vajji Maha-Janapada was located on the north of the Ganges River and extended up to the Terai region of Nepal ... was probably the boundary between it and the Malla Maha-Janapada and possibly also separated it with the Kosala Maha-Janapada ... The capital of this Maha-Janapada was Vaishali ...
Mahajanapadas
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