Magadha



[muhg-uh-duh, mah-guh-] /ˈmʌg ə də, ˈmɑ gə-/

noun
1.
an ancient kingdom of NE India, in present-day W central Bihar state, S of the Ganges: flourished between the 8th and 6th century b.c.

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