samanta

(from the article `India`) ...the chief merchant (sarthavaha), and representatives of the artisans and of the scribes. During that period the term samanta, which originally ... The commonly used term for a feudatory was samanta, which designated either a conquered ruler or a secular official connected with the administration ... [2 r...
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Samanta

Samanta was a title and position used by the Indian nobility. The institution of Samanta finds mention for the first time in epigraphs of northern India dating to the 6th century. The institution is considered to belong properly to the Gupta Empire and is closely associated with the origin and growth of feudalism in India. However, the institution...
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Samanta

Samanta is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `The listener, Listening` The name Samanta is most commonly given to Italian girls. (15 times more often than to American girls.) Samanta is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Sami (Hungarian) Sammy (English) Sammie (English) Samantha (German, French, ...
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