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  • Sage Kambu Swayambhuva
  • Sage Kambu Swayambhuva


    Kambu Swayambhuva was a sage prince of Kamboja lineage who finds mention along with sage Agastya, Kaundinya Swayambhuva, king Rajendra Chola, king Ashoka Maurya and king Pushyamitra Shunga in Shloka-22 in Ekamata Stotra. The legend holds that Kambu Swayambhuva was a learned prince who had initially been an Indian king...


  • Sage Kambhoja
  • Sage Kambhoja


    Sage Kambhoja or Kumbhoja (i.e. Kamboja) [1] finds reference in southern Indian recensions of Ramayana. He seems to have lived somewhere on the banks of river Godavari, in south-west India during Ramayana times. Ancient Sanskrit references indicate that ancient Kambojas were closely connected with Vasishthas ...




  • Etymology of Kamboh
  • Etymology of Kamboh


    The word Kamboh is a derived from the combination of two terms Kai & Amboh. Amboh means 'a following' 'a family', or 'large gathering'. Kai was a royal dynasty of Persian traditions. Thus Kai plus Amboh =Kaimboh=Kamboh means the royal family of Kai kings. Thus the Kambohs claim to have descended from the kings of line...


  • Etymology of Kamboja
  • Etymology of Kamboja


    Kamboja was the ancient name of a country, and the Indo-Iranian warrior tribe, the Kambojas, settled therein. The country is listed as one of the sixteen Mahajanapadas or great nations in ancient Buddhist texts and was located in the Uttarapatha in the extreme north-west of the Indian sub-continent, contiguous...


  • Etymology of Kamboj
  • Etymology of Kamboj


     কম্বওজ্) is frequently used as surname or last name by many Kambojs, currently living in India. Their Muslim counter-parts living in Pakistan mostly use Kamboh instead. The Kambojs/Kambohs are the modern reprentatives of ancient Kambojas, a well known Kshatriya clan of Indo...




  • Who are these Kamboj people?
  • Who are these Kamboj people?


    Kamboj people are an ethnic community of the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. The Kamboj people are a traditionally agricultural community in Northern India and Pakistan. Primarily of Hindu, Muslim and Sikh faiths, they now live mostly in the Indian States of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Uttar...