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Title: Kankagrambhukti  
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Subject: Bardhamanbhukti, Dandabhukti, Birbhum district, Murshidabad district, Bardhaman district
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Kankagrambhukti (Bengali: কঙ্কগ্রামভুক্তি) was an ancient and medieval region/ territory spread across what are now Birbhum, Bardhaman and Murshidabad districts in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Ancient Rarh region was divided into several smaller regions – Kankangrambhukti, Bardhamanbhukti and Dandabhukti, as part of the Gupta Empire. Kankagram was located on the banks of the Hooghly.[1]


  1. ^ Ghosh, Binoy, Paschim Banger Sanskriti, (in Bengali), part I, 1976 edition, pp. 82-86, Prakash Bhaban

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