what is sabha, nagaram and ur

Sabha was a village assembly where all landowners were brahmins. They functioned through sub-committees which looked after roads , building markets , temples , etc.

Nagaram was an organization of merchants.

Ur was a village assembly in which landowners were not brahmins.

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Sabha was a village assembly where all landowners were brahmins. They functioned through sub-committees which looked after roads , building markets , temples , etc.

Nagaram was an organization of merchants.

Ur was a village assembly in which landowners were not brahmins.

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These were the assemblies of the SOUTHERN KINGDOMS.Sabha was a village assembly where all landowners were brahmins. They functioned through sub-committees which looked after roads , building markets , temples , etc.

Nagaram was an organization of merchants. It is believed that these assemblies were controlled by rich and powerful merchants.Ur was a village assembly in which landowners were not brahmins.

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assemblies of southern kingdom

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All are assemblies in south

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The Sabha was a assembly of the Brahmin 
​the nagaram was a assembly of the merchants 
the ur was a assembly of the non-Brahmins
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Its wrong
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These ar village assemblies present at Chola period.

There are 3 types of assemblies present at that timw in Chola period :
UR- Village assemblies (not including brahmans land)
Nadu - District assemblies, multiple ur form a nadu
Nagaram - Merchant associations
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These ar village assemblies present at Chola period.

There are 3 types of assemblies present at that timw in Chola period :
UR- Village assemblies (not including brahmans land)
Sabha - Assemblies of brahmans land owners
Nadu - District assemblies, multiple ur form a nadu
Nagaram - Merchant associations
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