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In the 10,000+ history of Hindu societies, there have been kingdoms throughout the Indian Subcontinent, Indochina, Indonesia, Central Asia, and East Asia which gave patronage to Hinduism, whether as Shaivism, Vaishnavism, Buddhism, Jainism, or another sect. Often there would be ministers or advisors upon whose advice the monarchs act.


See also: Chronology of Kings

Indraprastha was the kingdom of the Pandavas. It was created out of Hastinapur during the Mahabharata.

Mauryan Empire

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