Posts by Deepak Kamboj

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  • Kambojas in Muslim and British Era
  • Kambojas in Muslim and British Era


    Kambohs are said to be the modern representatives of ancient Kambojas. They are found as Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims, Persians, Jaina and Buddhists and are mostly confined to northern parts of India, Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan. The original home of the Kambojas was Pamir, Badakshan and northern parts of Tajikstan as far...


  • Kamboja Sages
  • Kamboja Sages


    Here is the list of great Kamboja Sages of Hinduism.   Sage Upamnayu Sage Aupamanyava Sage Kambhoja Sage Kambu Swayambhuva


  • Kamboja Prince Parpakash
  • Kamboja Prince Parpakash


    The fourth prince of the Kambojas referenced in the Mahabharata is the younger brother of the illustrious prince Sudakshina Kamboja. In the Epic poetry|epic, this prince is simply addressed as Kamboja, but according to Pandit Bhagavadatta Sharma, the real name of the prince was Parpakash Kamboja (Bharata ka Itihaas, p...



  • Chandravarma Kamboja
  • Chandravarma Kamboja


    Chandravarma Kamboja is the first Kamboja king mentioned by name in the Mahabharata. He appears to have been an ancient and very powerful ruler of the Kambojas. He finds mention in the Adiparva section of the Epic poetry|epic where he is stated to be an Asura or a demonic ruler (See main entry candra in Monier-Williams...


  • Maharaja Sudakshina Kamboja
  • Maharaja Sudakshina Kamboja


    King Draupida of Panchala had advised Yudhishtra to send messengers to Kamboja and other neighbouring tribes to seek their military help before Duryodhana could do the same (MBH 5.4.18), but it appears that Duryodhana had pre-empted the show and wrested the initiative from the Pandavas. Sudakshina was not committed to...


  • Kamboja Kings of Mahabharata
  • Kamboja Kings of Mahabharata


    The Kamboja and Gandhara kingdoms, being located in the extreme Uttarapatha of Madhyadesha or Aryanvarta, the Madhyadesha writers were not as familiar with these extreme kingdoms as they were with interior ones. Hence we have limited information on the ‘personal names’ of the Kamboja/Gandhara kings but especially...


  • Parama Kamboja Kingdom
  • Parama Kamboja Kingdom


    Drona Parava (????? ????) of Mahabharata refers to 6000 soldiers from the Parama Kamboja group who had sided with the Pandavas (???????) against the Kauravas (??????) in the Kurukshetra war (???????????). They have been described as "very handsome, very fortunate Kambojas" (prabhadrakastu Kambojah),[2] extremely fierce...


  • Kamboja Kingdom
  • Kamboja Kingdom


    Kamboja or Kamvoja is a kingdom grouped among the western kingdoms in the epic Mahabharata. Western kingdoms were cold countries and people used blankets. They also reared sheep and drank sheep milk. Kamboja Horses were of excellent quality. Their horses and even horsemen were used in the wars between kings of Aryavarta...