what is old india name?

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Anuj Sharma
Asked 9 years ago

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There were many names of our country:
Bharatvarsh
Bharat
Aryavarta

Note : Hindukush was never the name of our country . The Hindu Kush is a Mountain Range in Afghanistan and Northern Pakistan and is the westernmost extension of the Himalayan Range.
Kumaresh Gupta
Answered 9 years ago
Kumaresh Gupta

Aryavrata

sarala
Answered 9 years ago
sarala

India has been known in the past by 'Aryavrata'  and 'Bharata'.    'Aryavrata'  ids after the Aryans who inhabited the country. 'Bharata' is derived from dushyanta Shakuntala'  son Bharata.  There is also ancient name for the country- 'Hindukush'.  The Indus valley civilization  is the origin of the name 'Hindukush', 'Hind' and 'India'. 

Gulshan Kumar Ajmani
Answered 9 years ago
Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

I think it was Sindh.
Sanjeev Gupta
Answered 7 years ago
Sanjeev Gupta

Bharatvarsh

Sheetal Kumar N
Answered one year ago
Sheetal Kumar N

In olden days India is called 

  • Bharatavarsha according to puranas.
  • Hindustan in Britishraj
  • Aryavrata name given to north India from Sanskrit literature. 
  • Jambudvipa from ancient scriptures .
  • According  to Bhagavata Purana India is called Nabhivarsha after Nabhi Rajah even before it is called Bharatavarsha .
  • Hodu from old Christian testaments.

 

Sreematrana
Answered 2 years ago
Sreematrana

Bharat
arjun sai
Answered 7 years ago
arjun sai

Bharat

Monalisa Mahapatra
Answered 9 years ago
Monalisa Mahapatra

Bharat is the old name for Present India.
Sasikanth
Answered 7 years ago
Sasikanth

Jambudwipa was also another name. I missed it in my previous post.
Kumaresh Gupta
Answered 9 years ago
Kumaresh Gupta

I only know that Bharat was the name of India.
Ronark Bhardwaj
Answered 7 years ago
Ronark Bhardwaj

Bharat
"Bharat Mata"
Subhadeep Das
Answered 7 years ago
Subhadeep Das

Bharat

It is Sanskrit name.
Bharat = devoted to light as against darkness.
vaishnavi
Answered 7 years ago
vaishnavi

I think every one has taken his chance to answer this one so no more answers needed.
suni51
Answered 7 years ago
suni51

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