Tradition says that Karna, King of anga, owned it three thousand years ago.
Bhagalpur formed a part of the ancient Sanskrit kingdom of anga.
Now there was a woman of anga who was named Radha, and she had peerless beauty.
Hul-hul anga came in and made me much disturbance; I got rid of her at last by flinging myself down as if drunk.
Twenty-five of these gntang make a kabn, bkkid, or anga, as it is variously called.
At this very period there was a ruler of the land of anga known by the name of Lomapada who was a friend of Dasaratha.
The word for soul is anganga, which is a reduplicated form of anga, a verb meaning "to go" or "to come."
Then the king of anga convened a meeting of his ministers, proficient in giving counsel.
And by various means they went on delighting him and at length came to the side of anga's king.
I have now come here with an army to assist the King of anga, and have thus obtained the great happiness of seeing you again.