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Class 6th, Chapter 6, part3
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Magadh Vajji Sangh

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Arti Chhawari
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Mam I realy like your teaching style...but I have a confusion pls try to clear it... ncert tells that Sanghas were conquered by Gupta Rulers...Ajatsattu is not mentioned here.
Please upload remaining chapters. it's really very nice.
mam ur teaching is very good
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  3. Closer Look to Magadh .Drained by the Ganges and the Son rivers, Magadha became the most powerful mahajanapada in ancient India. .Magadha was important for transport and trade, and its fertile regions made agriculture prosper Gandhara uru oja Sa Surasena Koliya Panchala Malla Va Parts of Magadha were forested and elephants from there were trained to fight for the army. Kosala Magadha Matsya Anga amsa Forests also provided wood, and the iron mines in the region provided the metal to make strong weapons and tools anga Chedi Avanti

  4. Magadha had many powerful rulers such as Bimbisara and Ajatsatru of the Haryanka dynasty, and Mahapadma Nanda of the Nanda dynasty Rajagriha was the capital of Magadha for many years, and later the capital was moved to Pataliputra. .In around 300BCE, Alexander had conquered half of the known world and wanted to conquer India next. But stories of the glorious army of Magadha instilled fear in his armies who were already exhausted, so he returned to Europe. Shravasti Vaishali Varanas Pataliputra Rajagriha Vidisha Ujjain

  5. A closer look to Vajji .Vajji was a republican mahajanapada in mordern Bihar. Its capital was Vaishali and it was run by ganas or sanghas (assemblies) There were hundreds of members in a sangha, and each was known as a raja. All those members got together to decide the important matters of the state. Woman and slaves were not allowed to be part of these assemblies. Buddha and Mahavira were both part of ganas or sanghas, and Buddhist books specifica ly talkabout the working of sanghas. andhara Kuru oja Sakya Surasena P nchala Malla Kosala Magadha Matsya Ang Vamsa Chedi Many powerful rajas tried but failed to conquer the sanghas, and although the Guptas did conquer them, it only happened much later. Avanti

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