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    Champanagari (चम्पानगरी) was an ancient city of Charmanvata (चर्मन्वत) people settled on the banks of Chambal River (चर्मण्वती) . Probably these Charman (चर्मन्) people migrated to Champa Vietnam and founded Indian colonies there.

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    Dhanyawadi (धन्यवती) was the capital of the first Arakanese Kingdom, located in what is now Northern Rakhine State, Myanmar.

    धन्यवती (AS, p.462) बर्मा के प्राचीन अराकान के एक भारतीय राज्य की राजधानी थी, जिसका अभिज्ञान वर्तमान राखेंगम्यू से किया गया है। इस राज्य की स्थापना ब्रह्मदेव के अन्य भारतीय उपनिवेशों से बहुत पहले ही, ई. सन से कई सौ वर्ष पूर्व, हुई थी।

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    Beautiful place names!

    Best I find is Anuradhapura!
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    Dighavapi (दीर्घवापी) is a Buddhist sacred shrine and an archaeological site in the Ampara District of Sri Lanka. It is pali form of sanskrit word Dirghavapi (दीर्घवापी) which means 'a large reservoir'. Vapi literally means a tank or Water reservoir. These Vapis were an important feature of the hydraulic civilization of ancient Lanka, and temples and cities were built around them.

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    Dvaravati (Hindi:द्वारवती) period lasted from around the 6th to the 11th century in what is now Thailand.Dvaravati refers to a culture, an art style, and a disparate conglomerate of principalities. Archaeological research over the past two decades or so has revealed the presence of a "proto-Dvaravati" period which spans the 4th-5th century, and perhaps earlier.

    The term Dvaravati derives from coins which were inscribed in Sanskrit śrī dvāravatī. The Sanskrit word dvāravatī means "that which has gates" (from dvāra "door, gate, entrance"). Its name may derive from the city of Dvārakā in ancient India.

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    Funan (Hindi:फूनान) was an ancient Indian Kingdom around the 1st century CE in the Mekong Delta of southern Vietnam. It was the name given by Chinese cartographers, geographers and writers to an ancient Indianised state.

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    Harahuna (हारहूण) was an ancient Chinese kingdom and inhabited by the Hara Hunas tribe close to the Himalayas who had limited interaction with the Indian kingdoms, thus they were identified in the epic Mahabharata. They lived in the Xinjiang province of China, east of Kashmir. However they were nomadic people who changed their settlements time to time.

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    Javadvipa (जावाद्वीप) is an island of Indonesia.It is derived from Sanskrit word Yavadvipa (यवद्वीप).

    यवद्वीप अथवा 'जावा द्वीप' (AS, p.770): गुजरात के राजकुमार 'विजय' ने सर्वप्रथम इस देश में भारतीय उपनिवेश की स्थापना 603 ई. में की थी। इसका उल्लेख 'ब्रह्मांडपुराण' (पूर्व. 51) में है।

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    Jitra is a mukim in Kubang Pasu District, Kedah, Malaysia. It is the fourth-largest town in Kedah after Alor Setar, Sungai Petani and Kulim.

    Hukum Singh Panwar (Pauria) writes Jitra or Jatra, a place name in the plains of Malaya, may well be attributed to the old Saka Jats (Mall or Malli from ancient Malloi) in that peninsula, probably known as Malaya after them.

    Jat clans
    Jitran Jitrana



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    Even if I read history 100 times, I cannot keep it in my mind. Difficult approach!
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    Kadamba River (कदंब नदी) is river of Sri Lanka mentioned in Mahavansha.

    कदंब (AS, p.129): महवंश (7,43) में वर्णित नदी जो लंका की वर्तमान लवत्तुओय नामक नदी है। कदंब नदी के तट पर भारत से लंका जाने वाले राजकुमार विजय के सामंत अनुराध ने अनुराधपुर नामक प्रसिद्ध नगर बसाया था जिसके खंडहर आज भी लंका के पर्यटकों का मुख्य आकर्षण हैं।

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    Kajaragrama (काजरग्राम) was an ancient village located on the banks of the Menik Ganga in Sri Lanka where a Bodhi Tree was planted and Mahinda and Samghamitta went thither with their following and the king also with his following. Its present name is Kataragama located in the Monaragala District of Uva province, Sri Lanka.

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    Kalahanagara (कलहनगर) was a city mentioned in Mahavansha where there was a war between the armies of prince Pandukabhaya and his spouse Suvannapali.

    कलहनगर (लंका) (AS, p.148) महावंश (10, 41-43) में वर्णित. मिन्नेरी झील (=मणिहीर) के दक्षिण अंबन-गंगा के वामतट पर स्थित वर्तमान कलहगल से इस नगर का अभिज्ञान किया गया है. कलहनगर, सिंहल राजकुमार पांडुकाभय के द्वारा सुवर्णपाली नामक कन्या के हरण करने पर उसके पिता और कुमार की सेनाओं में जिस स्थान पर कलह या युद्ध हुआ था, वहीं बसा था.

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    Kalashapura (कलशपुर) was an ancient city probably in northern Malayadvipa or southern Brahmadesha on the banks of Sittaung River. It was founded by Indian rulers.

    कथासरित्सागर में कलशपुर नामक एक राज्य का उल्लेख है जो श्री मजूमदार के अनुसार उत्तर मलयप्रायद्वीप या दक्षिण ब्रह्मदेश में सित्तंग नदी के मुहाने पर तथा प्रोम के दक्षिण पूर्व में स्थित था (देखें हिंदू कॉलोनीज इन द फार ईस्ट पृ.197). प्राचीन काल में कलशपुर भारतीय उपनिवेश था. इसके बसाये जाने का काल अनिश्चित है किंतु मलयप्रायद्वीप तथा भारत के परस्पर व्यापारिक संबंध ई. सन से कई सौ वर्ष पूर्व ही स्थापित हो गए थे. मलाया भारतीय निवेशों के बसाए जाने का क्रम चौथी-पांचवी सदी तक चलता रहा.

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    Kamata (कमता) was a capital of Samatata kingdom, 12 miles west of Comilla district in Bangladesh. Kamarupa was reorganized as a new state, 'Kamata' by name with Kamatapur as capital.

    कमता (AS, p.137) वर्तमान में पूर्वी बांग्लादेश के कोमिल्ला से बारह मील की दूरी पर स्थित हैं। यहाँ पालवंशीय नरेशों के शासन काल (10वीं-11वीं शती) के अनेक बौद्ध अवशेष-मूर्तियां आदि प्राप्त हुए हैं। उस समय कमता या करमत में समतट प्रदेश की राजधानी थी.

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    Kantanagar (कंतनगर) is a village in in Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Kantanagar Temple, commonly known as Kantaji Temple or Kantajew Temple at Kantanagar, is a late-medieval Hindu temple in Dinajpur, Bangladesh

    कंतनगर (AS, p.122) बंगाल राज्य के दीनाज़पुर ज़िले में स्थित था। नौविमानों वाले एक भव्य मंदिर के लिए कंतनगर उल्लेखनीय है। यह मंदिर मध्ययुगीन है।

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    Kantipur (कांतिपुर) was a medieval kingdom in the Malla confederacy of Nepal. The name of the kingdom was derived from the Sanskrit name of its capital city, now known as Kathmandu.

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    Kapisha (कपिश) is one of the 34 provinces of Afghanistan. The rule of Kanishka I, the second great Kushan emperor, fifth Kushan king, who flourished for at least 28 years from c. 127, was administered from two capitals: Purushapura (now Peshawar in northern Pakistan) and Mathura, in northern India. The Kushans also had a summer capital in Bagram (then known as Kapisa).

    कपिश-कपिशा (AS, p.136): काफिरस्थान. यह हिंदूकुश पर्वत से काबुल नदी, अफ़ग़ानिस्तान तक के प्रदेश का प्राचीन नाम है। कपिश को 'कपिशा' भी कहा जाता है। युवानच्वांग के समय में (630-645 ई.) कपिश का विस्तृत राज्य था और इसके अधीन दस से अधिक रियासतें थीं जिनमें गंधार भी सम्मिलित था। कपिश इस प्रदेश की राजधानी थी जहां कनिष्क ग्रीष्मकाल में रहा करता था। कपिश का अभिधान बेग्राम (अफ़ग़ानिस्तान) नामक नगर से किया गया है।

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    Kathmandu is the capital city and largest city of Nepal. Kathmandu is also the largest metropolis in the Himalayan hill region. The name Kathmandu comes from Kasthamandap.

    काठमांडू (AS, p.162) नेपाल की राजधानी. यहां के अधिकांश पुराने मंदिर तथा भवन काष्ठ द्वारा निर्मित होने के कारण ही यह काठमंडू कहलाया.

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    Kauthara was one of five principalities that consisted of the historical Champa in Vietnam. Kauthara is first mentioned in a AD 784 inscription at Po Nagar.


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