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Among the classic books that were wholly or partly composed in this region are the following.
The world's oldest university Takshashila flourished here, even before the Buddha's birth.
The remaining areas, except Chandigarh, formed the new Punjabi-majority state, which retained the name of Punjab.
Chandigarh, the planned city built to replace Punjab's pre-partition capital Lahore, was claimed by both Haryana and Punjab.
Another reason that the Commission gave in its report was that the movement lacked general support of the people inhabiting the region.
According to the States Reorganisation Act, the Patiala and East Punjab States Union (PEPSU) was merged with Punjab.
The Punjabi Suba movement aimed at creation of a Punjabi-majority subah ("province") in the erstwhile East Punjab state of India in the 1950s.
Map of early Iron Age Vedic India after Witzel (1989). The original Punjab region is now divided into several units: West Punjab (now in Pakistan), portions of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa such as the Gandhara region, the Indian states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh and the Indian Union territory of Chandigarh.
The case for creating a Punjabi Suba was presented to the States Reorganisation Commission.