What is India’s old name?

India’s old name is Bharat. This name has historical and cultural significance and is often used in various Indian languages and texts. The name “Bharat” is derived from ancient Sanskrit literature and is associated with the legendary figure Bharata, a king in Hindu mythology. It has been a symbol of India’s rich cultural heritage and history. The official name of the country, in its two official languages (Hindi and English), is “Bharat” and “India,” respectively, according to the Constitution of India.


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