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Why India called Bharat! September 6, 2007

Filed under: The DESI Feel — gauravkumarraman @ 2:33 p

Bharata according to Hindu legendary accounts was the first king to conquer all of Greater India, uniting it into a single entity which was named after him as Bharātavara.

According to the Mahabharata[citation needed], Bharata’s empire covered all of the Indian subcontinent, Afghanistan and Persia.The Republic of India officially known as Bhārat after Bharata.

Bharata was the son of King Dushyanta and Shakuntala and thus a descendant of the Lunar Dynasty of the Kshatriya caste. He was originally Named Sarvadamana (subduer of all); the Mahabharata traces the events in his life by which he came to be known as Bharata (the Cherished).Bharata is regarded as the first emperor to rule all of India and so India is also called “Bhaaratvarsha” meaning the land of Bharata

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11 Responses to “Why India called Bharat!”

  1. Sadhana Says:

    Nice…..keep it up…

  2. Vijay Says:

    Nice one yaar…….
    Rising alarm against chemical pollution…..Tats nice man…..
    No wonder u discussed abt our country’s name…..I know u love it……
    Fine piece of work man…..Continue………..

  3. Navya Says:

    Hi friend…
    its really a good job that u have done,and the article about bharat is fine….
    Proud to be an indian….

  4. divyaraju02 Says:

    Good job Gaurav.Your blog is informative. keep it going.

  5. jha Says:

    nice telling…..very good keep it kp
    hope we will see more blogging like this

  6. PreM .yeS Says:

    “Bharat matha ki jai”

    Keep Moving ….

  7. Zulu Says:

    Really U did a good job. Every one who is Indian, he should know every little things about India.

  8. sulabh Says:

    thanks for posting , it helped me ….

  9. Ayesha Says:

    Good job dude…..

  10. Cara Riddle Says:

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  11. Hehe am I really the first reply to this great post?

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