Kambojas

Plural of Kamboja. See Kamboja

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  • Kambojas — The Kambojas were a Kshatriya tribe of Iron Age India, frequently mentioned in ( post Vedic ) Sanskrit and Pali literature, making their first appearance in the Mahabharata and contemporary Vedanga literature (roughly from the 7th century BCE).… …   Wikipedia

  • Kambojas in Indian literature — The Kamboja peoples are referenced in numerous Sanskrit and Pali literature including Sama Veda, Atharvaveda, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Puranas, Kautiliya s Arthashastra, Yasaka s Nirukata, Buddhist Jatakas, Jaina Canons, ancient grammar books and… …   Wikipedia

  • Kambojas and Cambodia — Cambodia or Kambodia is the English transliteration of the French name Kambodge , which name stands for Sanskrit Kamboja (Persian Kambujiya or Kambaujiya ). In Chinese historical accounts, the land was known as Chenla. The ancient inscriptions of …   Wikipedia

  • Kambojas of Yaska — Yaska Acharya was a celebrated Sanskrit scholar and grammarian of the seventh century BCE. He wrote a well known etymological work on important ancient Sanskrit words, which is popularly known as Nirukta [http://www.hindunet.org/hindu… …   Wikipedia

  • Kambojas in Kautiliya's Arthashastra — The Kambojas, an ancient Ksatriya clan of Indo Iranian affinities [Vedic Index I, p 138, Dr Macdonnel, Dr Keith.] [Ethnology of Ancient Bhārata – 1970, p 107, Dr Ram Chandra Jain.] [The Journal of Asian Studies – 1956, p 384, Association for… …   Wikipedia

  • Kambojas and Manusmriti — The Manusmriti (Sanskrit मनुस्मृति), translated Laws of Manu is a foundational work of Hindu law and ancient Indian society, written c.200 in India. It is one of the eighteen Smritis of the Dharma Sastra (or laws of righteous conduct ). Unlike… …   Wikipedia

  • Kambojas of Panini — Pāṇini (पाणिन) was an ancient Sanskrit grammarian born in Shalātura, modern Lahur of North West Frontier province of Pakistan. The place is situated at a distance of four miles from Ohind near Attock on the right bank of Indus River in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Migration of Kambojas — References to Kambojas abound in ancient literature, and this may have been just the expansion of an Indo Iranian tribe with both Indic and Persian affinities from their homeland in the present day Afghanistan Pakistan region along the foothills… …   Wikipedia

  • Scholarship among Ancient Kambojas — The Kambojas are an ancient people of the north western Indian subcontinent (Central Asia), frequently mentioned in ancient Indian texts (though not directly in the Rig Veda). They spoke an Indo Iranian derived language, an Indo European family… …   Wikipedia

  • Republican Kambojas — There are several ancient literary and inscriptional references which testify that the ancient Kambojas were a republican people. References in Sanskrit and Pali literature attest terms like e Gana , Samgha , Shreni and other similar bodies… …   Wikipedia

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