Vishnupalita Kambhoja (Kumara Kanbhoja Vhenupalita in Mhar (Mahad) inscriptions) finds reference in the Buddhist inscriptions (today known as Gandharpale caves situated near confluence of Gandhari & savitri rivers)found at Mhar or Mahad in Kolaba district of Maharashtra, in Bombay Presidency. Kanbhoja of the inscriptions is same as the Kambhoja or Kamboja of ancient Sanskrit and Pali texts and of king Asoka’s Rock Edicts. The prince is believed to have ruled in (near Bombay), probably around the 2nd century CE.

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  • Vishnupalita Kambhoja (Kumara Kanbhoja Vhenupalita in Mhar (Mahad) inscriptions) finds reference in the Buddhist inscriptions (today known as Gandharpale caves situated near confluence of Gandhari & savitri rivers)found at Mhar or Mahad in Kolaba district of Maharashtra, in Bombay Presidency. Kanbhoja of the inscriptions is same as the Kambhoja or Kamboja of ancient Sanskrit and Pali texts and of king Asoka’s Rock Edicts. The prince is believed to have ruled in (near Bombay), probably around the 2nd century CE. (en)
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  • Vishnupalita Kambhoja (Kumara Kanbhoja Vhenupalita in Mhar (Mahad) inscriptions) finds reference in the Buddhist inscriptions (today known as Gandharpale caves situated near confluence of Gandhari & savitri rivers)found at Mhar or Mahad in Kolaba district of Maharashtra, in Bombay Presidency. Kanbhoja of the inscriptions is same as the Kambhoja or Kamboja of ancient Sanskrit and Pali texts and of king Asoka’s Rock Edicts. The prince is believed to have ruled in (near Bombay), probably around the 2nd century CE. (en)
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