Which kingdom had the local assemblies? Write in detail about these local assemblies.
The Southern India kingdom had local assemblies. These local assemblies were namely Sabha, Nagaram, and Ur. For Sabha, it was a Brahmin land owner’s local assembly. The functionality of such local assemblies was mainly through the use of sub-assemblies. The sub-assemblies were tasked with taking care of aspects that were different such as farming operations, temple construction, road construction, and irrigation. Ur on the other hand was the local assembly for landowners that non-Brahmin. While the nagaram local assembly was for the merchants. Usually, the individuals that controlled these local assemblies were landowners and rich merchants. In South India, the existence of these centuries was over many centuries