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Akhand Bharat - Afghanistan, Burma, Srilanka, Nepal and Bhutan must also merge with India

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Submitted by Proud Indian (Kuwait), Jun 12, 2006 at 01:41

Good point Mr. Mohammad Khan. God bless you! Akbar the great (Mughal) king and also Brtish were also had Afghanistan, Burma, Bhutan, Nepal and Srilanka. So India (Akhan Bharat or United India) can't be completed without these countries.

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