Gana-Sangha (Sanskrit: गणसङ्घ, lit. equal assembly) or Gana-Rajya (Sanskrit: गणराज्य, lit. equal government), refers to a type of republic or oligarchy in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent.
The gana sanghas were generally found on the periphery of the Indian kingdoms, and tended to occupy the higher ground.
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