Manjusha Painting | SPORTS & THEIR PLAYGROUNDS

Manjusha Painting

✅This art form belongs to Bhagalpur region of

🔴Bihar.

✅ It is also known as Angika art, where ‘ang’ refers to one of the Mahajan Pada. Since snake motifs are always present,

✅ it is also called

🔴snake painting.

✅These paintings are generally executed on boxes of jute and paper.

 

SPORTS & THEIR PLAYGROUNDS

🎧Horse Riding, Polo
🛶Arena

🎧Table Tennis
🛶Board

🎧Golf
🛶Course

🎧Tennis, Badminton, Net Ball, Handball, Volleyball, Squash
🛶Court

🎧Baseball
🛶Diamond

🎧Football, Hockey
🛶Field

🎧Judo, Karate, Taekwondo
🛶Mat

🎧Cricket
🛶Pitch

🎧Swimming
🛶Pool

🎧Skating, Boxing
🛶Ring

🎧Curling, Ice Hockey
🛶Rink

🎧Athletics
🛶Track

🎧Cycling
🛶Velodrome

 

Imp Ratnins/Officials in Later Vedic Period

▪️Purohita : Chief Priest, in also sometimes referred to as Rashtragopa
▪️Senani : Supreme Commander of army
▪️Vrajapati : Officer-in-Charge of pasture land
▪️Jivagribha : Police Officer
▪️Spasas/Dutas : Spies who also sometimes worked as messengers
▪️Gramani : Head of the village
▪️Kulapati : Head of the family
▪️Madhyamasi : Mediator on disputes
▪️Bhagadugha : Revenue collector
▪️Sangrahitri : Treasurer
▪️Mahishi : Chief Queen
▪️Suta : Charioteer and court minstrel
▪️Govikartana : Keeper of games and forests
▪️Palagala : Messenger
▪️Kshatri : Chamberlain
▪️Akshavapa : Accountant
▪️Sthapati : Chief Justice

 

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