(Last Updated on : 26/09/2009)
In the Vedas it is mentioned that Kikata is prehistoric Indian kingdom. Kikata lied to the south of Magadha.
The people living in Kikata were known as Kikatas. The Kikatas were a non-Aryan people.
In the epic Mahabharata
, Kikata is mentioned. Kikatas is one of the races who were resolved to fight reckless of the lives for Bhishma. The Kikatas lived upon crops that depended on water from the sky or of the river. Kikatas were born in regions on the sea-shore, in woodlands, or countries on the other side of the ocean waited at the gate, being refused permission to enter, with goats, asses, camels, vegetable, honey and blankets and jewels and gems of various kinds.
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