Suktimati (Shuktimati, Sukti [cite web
title =Rise of the Chedis
url =
accessdate =2007-10-24
] ) was the capital city of the Chedi Kingdom in India. It lay on the banks of the river Shuktimati flowing through Chedi. [cite book
last =Ganguli
first =Kisari Mohan
title =The Mahabharata of Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa
publisher =Kessinger Publishing
date =2004
pages =154
url =
isbn =1419171259
] It was built by a Chedi king known as Uparichara Vasu.


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