Bardhamanbhukti

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Bardhamanbhukti (Bengali: বর্ধমানভুক্তি) was an ancient and medieval region/ territory spread across what are now Purba Bardhaman, Paschim Bardhaman and Bankura districts in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Ancient Rarh region was divided into several smaller regions – Kankagrambhukti, Bardhamanbhukti and Dandabhukti, as part of the Gupta Empire. The area was bound by three rivers – Ajay, Dwarakeswar and Hooghly. To the east there were forests.[1]

References

  1. ^ Ghosh, Binoy, Paschim Banger Sanskriti, (in Bengali), part I, 1976 edition, pp. 82-86, Prakash Bhaban

Coordinates: 23°15′N 87°51′E / 23.25°N 87.85°E / 23.25; 87.85

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