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Which of the following pairs is incorrectly matched:
Audumbras:The were the most prominent ancient tribes of Himachal who lived in the lower hills between Pathankot and Jwalamukhi.
Trigarta:The state lay in the foothills drained by three rivers, i.e. Jhelum,Ravi,Beas and hence the name.
Kulindas:This kingdom covered the area lying between the Beas, Satluj and Yamuna rivers
None of the above
Trigarta:The state lay in the foothills drained by three rivers, i.e. Ravi, Beas and Satluj and hence the name. It is believed to have been an independent republic.
Kulindas:This kingdom covered the area lying between the Beas, Satluj and Yamuna rivers, i.e. the Shimla and Sirmour hills. Their administration resembled a republic with members of a central assembly sharing the powers of the king.
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