Jānapada has few meanings in Pāli. First one is an inhabited territory. That is the most common use in Tipitaka. The second one is a country in general. In the time of Buddha there were several areas called jānapadas. The land, country or kingdom was called as Jānapada. Mahajānapada called Kasi was as example the territory, which contains today’s Benares, the place where Buddha achieved Enlightenment. Buddha Jānapada means then the Buddha’s country or nation. Therefor the monastery in Poland has it’s name taken from.
Polski Klasztor w Fardapur [Indie]
Satelitarna świątynia do treningu polskich buddystow w systemie monastycznym.