Panchala Kingdom In Ancient India:
The Panchala kingdom was one of the ancient dynasties of India and the ancient empire of India. Currently, the city is located at the Ganges, Yamuna plain surrounding Uttarakhand and western Uttara Pradesh. During the Vedic period, the city was one of the most powerful states of South Asia. The Kingdom maintained a close relationship with another ancient kingdom Kuru. During the Vedic period, the Kingdom was the centre of Vedic civilization and political developments. The Kingdom was established around 1100 BCE. Shaunakas lived in the city and was the place for Vedic schools.
Panchala Kingdom in Mahabharatha:
The last two clans Srinjayas and so makes, and their importance are discussed in the Indian epic Mahabharata and the Hindu Puranas. According to Maha Bharatha stories king, Drupada, ruled Panchala and had a daughter Draupadi. Princess Draupadi married the Pandavas, who belonged to the Somaka clan. However, the Northern of the city was ruled by the Bharata clan. The Divodasa, Sudas, Srinjaya, Somaka and Drupada also belonged to the Bharata clan.
Some historians believe that Panchala was initially a monarchical clan, which appeared around 500 BCE; later, it switched to a republican corporation. The same Panchala kingdom is mentioned in the Buddhist Text Anguttara Nikaya was one of the sixteen Maha Janapadas of the 6th century BCE. Mahapadma Nanda ruled this city in the mid-4th century BCE. Later the Kingdom was annexed into Magadha Empire.
Panchala Kingdom Coins:
Shaunakayaniputra Vangapala, the king of Ahichatu, released the Gold coins, which were founded in the dwells of the archaeological department. Then the Historian studied the coins and concluded that Samudragupta defeated Ahichatra after Panchala was annexed into Gupta Empire—any way Panchala kingdom was mentioned and explained the importance of the Kingdom in Mahabharatha. Later, it shows its presence for many years in Indian history. It played a crew role during the Nanda and Chandragupta Maurya dynasties.