Gandhara



[guhn-dahr-uh] /gʌnˈdɑr ə/

noun
1.
an ancient region in NW India and E Afghanistan.
adjective
2.
Also, Gandharan
[guhn-dahr-uh n] /gʌnˈdɑr ən/ (Show IPA). of or relating to Gandhara, its inhabitants, or its art.

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