HistoryWhat were Magadha, Kashi, Anga, Kosala, Panchala, Avanti and Kuru the names of?

What were Magadha, Kashi, Anga, Kosala, Panchala, Avanti and Kuru the names of?


  1. A
    Mahajanapada
  2. B
    Janapadas
  3. C
    Both 1 and 2
  4. D
    None of the above 

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    Solution:

    Magadha, Kashi, Anga, Kosala, Panchala, Avanti and Kuru were the names of the 16 Mahajanapadas. Mahajanapadas consisted of 16 kingdoms in India in ancient times. It was during the time of the later Vedic period, which existed about 2,500 years ago. Mahajanapada was set up when tribes of this period decided to form their territorial communities, which led to the rise of new and permanent areas of settlements called states or janapadas.
     
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