Which of the following is the equivalent term used for Raja in early vedic era?

Which of the following is the equivalent term used for Raja in early vedic era?
[A]Gopati
[B]Gomat
[C]Gopa
[D]Gomitra

Gopati In the Early Vedic age, ‘Raja’ was known as Gopati.

According to the later Vedic Era beliefs, which of the following Gods were elected democratically?
[A]Prajapati
[B]Adityas
[C]Vasus
[D]Ashvins

Prajapati In the Later Vedic period, Prajapati was the important diety occupied the supreme position. Prajapatis were elected democratically. First such elected Prajapati was Lord Vishnu, followed by Lord Bràhma and Lord Shankar. There were total 26 Prajapatis mentioned in Vedas.

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