(Last Updated on : 07/05/2014)
Kundinapur is the name of the capital of Vidarba. Vidarba is the country of Berar. Kundinapur, is commonly identified with a place called Kundapur, about forty miles north-east of Amaravati (in Berar).
This is a region of considerable extent and power at various periods. The name remains in Beder, which may have been the ancient capital. However, the kingdom seems to have corresponded with the great part of Berar and Kandesh. Kundinapur is mentioned in the epic Ramayana amongst the countries of the south.
In the ancient days, Kundinapur used to be the gateway for the ancient travellers from north India to southern India. It was well connected to northern cities of ancient India like Ayodhya
and kingdoms like Avanti
and Nishadha. Kundinapur is identified to be the modern day town in Amravati district
state of India.
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