Synonyms for aspur or Related words with aspur

mustqil              vangram              bibipur              ehatmali              devgaon              sakhuwa              pasgawan              salumbar              sankarpur              balua              prempur              gularia              bairiya              gudibanda              seethampeta              chincholi              natepute              ratamata              nankar              sarola              karuppur              pokhariya              dumra              dakha              bhatpura              rampuriya              dhakia              dhaurahara              dandakharka              rayadurg              kothur              bharatgarh              bhimpur              purbba              degaon              etcherla              sagoda              hosdurga              ranipura              kottuvally              fatepur              dharmpur              bhanpur              hoovina              katunje              chakiya              dharampuri              madugula              kotda              kudligi             



Examples of "aspur"
There are three dialects of Wagdi: Aspur, Kherwara, Sagwara and Adivasi Wagdi.
Option B. Mumbai - Surat - Ahmedabad - Ratanpur - Dungarpur - Aspur - Ganoda - Ghatol - Pipalkhunt
Gopi Chand Meena is an Indian politician from the Bharatiya Janata Party and a member of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly representing the Aspur Vidhan Sabha constituency of Rajasthan.
Aspur (, also Romanized as Āspūr; also known as Aspār) is a village in Ayask Rural District, in the Central District of Sarayan County, South Khorasan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 19, in 7 families.
Sagwara Tehsil is bordered by Simalwara Tehsil to the southwest and west, Dungarpur Tehsil to the northwest, Aspur Tehsil on the north, Garhi Tehsil of Banswara District on the east, and Anandpuri Tehsil of Banswara District to the southeast.
This highway connects RJ SH 16 in Sadri to RJ SH 10 in Banswara. It also connects National Highway 76 in Gogunda to National Highway 8 Udaipur and then to National Highway 113 in Banswara. It is crossing different state highways on the way to Banswara RJ SH 62 in Sadri, RJ SH 50 in Udaipur, RJ SH 53 in Salumbar and RJ SH 54 in Aspur. Other cities and towns on this highway are: Ranakpur, Gogunda, Udaipur, Jaisamand, Kherad, Salumbar, Aspur, Sabala, Lohariya and Ganoda.
This highway connects RJ SH 16 in Sadri to RJ SH 10 in Banswara. It also connects National Highway 76 in Gogunda to National Highway 8 Udaipur and then to National Highway 113 in Banswara. It is crossing different state highways on the way to Banswara RJ SH 62 in Sadri, RJ SH 50 in Udaipur, RJ SH 53 in Salumbar and RJ SH 54 in Aspur. Other cities and towns on this highway are: Ranakpur, Gogunda, Udaipur, Jaisamand, Kherad, Salumbar, Aspur, Sabala, Lohariya and Ganoda.
The NH 74 also known as Pilibhit road links Rithora to its nearby localities of Indra Nagar, Kalapur, Aspur Khubchand, Barkapur, Nawadia Iiaqa Singhai, Adoopura Jagir, Labhera, Bhatpura Jagir, Labhera Urf Bulland Nagar, Khai Khera and many more. The other major roads running through the city are Rithora road and the Rithora to Bhojipura road.
Vagad has rich flora and fauna. The forests include mainly teak. The wildlife includes a large variety of wild animals such as the leopard and the chinkara. Common birds in the region include fowl, partridge, black drongo, grey shrike, green bee-eater, bulbul and parrot. Some of the towns in this region are Aspur, Bhiluda, Simalwada, Sagwara, Partapur, Bagidra and Garhi.
At the 2001 Indian census the Dungarpur district was divided into four tehsils: Aspur, Dungarpur, Sagwara and Simalwara; however, around 2007 the new tehsil of Bichiwara (Bichhiwara) was created out of the western part of Dungarpur Tehsil. There are four towns in Dungarpur district: two municipalities Dungarpur and Sagwara, and two census towns Seemalwara and Galiakot. As of the 2011 census there were 976 villages in the district.
Banswara District is in southern Rajasthan with an area of located between 23.11° N to 23.56° N latitudes and 73.58° E to 74.49° E. longitudes. It is bounded on the north-east by Dhariawad, Pipalkoot & Arnod tehsils of Pratapgarh district of Rajasthan; on the east by Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh; on the west by Sagwara and on north-west by Aspur tehsils of Dungarpur district of Rajasthan; on the south-east by Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh and on south & south-west the Dohad district of Gujarat.
From 1931 to 1947, Lakshman Singh was a member of the standing committee of the Chamber of Princes, and was knighted as a Knight Commander of the Order of the Star of India (KCSI) in the 1935 King's Birthday and Silver Jubilee Honours. On 14 August 1947, he was appointed as the last Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire (GCIE). Following Independence, he established an interim legislature for Dungarpur, then with his fellow rulers formed the United State of Rajasthan on 25 March 1948. The following year, this became the Greater Rajasthan Union to which Dungarpur acceded on 30 March. From 1952 to 1958, Sir Lakshman served as an MP for Aspur in the Rajya Sabha, then became President of the Swatantra Party in Rajasthan from 1961 to 1969. From 1962 until his death, he also served as President of the All-India Kshatriya Mahasabha and as an MLC for Chittor in the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly, serving as speaker from 1977 to 1979; he also served as the leader of the Opposition from 1962 to 1979. He also served as president of Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha from 1960 till his death.
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