Synonyms for banj or Related words with banj

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Banj is a village in Croatia. It is connected by the D110 highway.
Ramnagar is mostly a hilly Seoz glaciers and samna banj hills are some of the very high altitude areas.
A region in central Croatia, south of Sisak, is called Banovina or Banija. The region of Banat in the Pannonian Basin between the Danube and the Tisza rivers, now in Romania, Serbia and Hungary. In the toponymy of names "Bando", "Bandola", "Banj dvor" and "Banj stol" and "Banovo polje" in Lika, "Banbrdo", village Banova Jaruga, city Banovići, and possibly Banja Luka.
There are 11 villages on Pašman, from SE to NW: Tkon, Ugrinić, Kraj, Pašman, Mali Pašman, Barotul, Mrljane, Neviđane, Dobropoljana, Banj, Ždrelac.
Demola OG of "NotJustOk" said: "Lovely track from the KokoMaster with that mature feel. It may possibly cut cross the older and younger generation because it is D'banj and it appears that it has some element of a highlife." Oye Akideinde of "360nobs" added: "Loving the cut. D Banj professes his love to a chick with a lovely 'backside."
Maini valley has a strategic position due to its geographical setting. The famous Buddhist sites of Azīz Dheri and Rāni-Ghaṭ lies in its west beyond the Ajumair hill, the Suumpur stupa of Baja lies in its southwest, Gala fort and Sri-Koṭ are situated in the southeast, archaeological site of Banj hill lies in its east and Shah-kot Baba fort (on Mahābaṇ top) lies in its north.
The trees and bushes grown in the region (lake’s basin) with their botanical and common Indian names (in parenthesis) are reported to be: a) "Quercus incana" Oak (Banj); b) "Aesculus indica" (Pangar or Horse chestnuts); c) "Juglans regia" (Akhrot or walnut), d) "Populus ciliata" (Hill Pipal, a sacred tree); e) "Fraxinus miscrantha" (Ash tree or Angu); f) "Platanus orientalis" (Chinar); g) "Rubus lasiocarpus" (Hisalu); h) "Rosa moschata" (Kunj or Musk rose); i) "Berberis asiatica" (Kilmora);j) "Cupressus torulosa" (Surai or Himalayan cypress); k) "Rhododendron arboreum" (Buruns); "Cedrus deodara" (Deodar); l) "Salix acmophylla" (Weeping Willow); and m) "Pinus" (Pine).
This temple is located at 29°51'43.64"N 79° 4'9.22"E. It is situated at an average elevation of 2100 meters. It is located on a flat, bare and rocky hilltop which is devoid of much vegetation. It is surrounded by a dense mixed forest consisting of Chir Pine (Pinus roxburghii), Banj Oak (Quercus leucotrichophora), Rhododendron forests and many other species. There are many ways to approach the temple from both Garhwal and Kumaon regions. The ascent is of easy to moderate difficulty. It offers a good view of Dudhatoli hills, the Trisul Massif and also peaks of Western Garhwal up to Bandarpunch range.
Usually, the accumulating carpet of needles on the forest floor under these trees makes it unsuitable (unfavourable condition) for many common plants and trees to grow. The most common trees which are able to grow in this environment are "Rhododendron", banj oak ("Quercus leucotrichophora") and trees from the Ericaceae families (known locally as "eonr" and "lodar"). This could possibly be due to the relative immunity from fire that the thick bark of these species gives them. The Himalayan stinging nettle is another plant which seems to thrive well under this tree.
For the 2010 edition, American R & B sensation, R. Kelly is scheduled to perform. To perform alongside R. Kelly are wave making Nigerian artistes such as P Square, D’ Banj, Mo Hits crew, Faze, MI, Timaya, Sound Sultan and 9ice. Also scheduled to join them are KC Presh, Diamonds, The Pulse and Jukebox, all past winners of Star Quest. Star Quest is a talent hunt programme introduced by Star, to discover and promote young and budding Nigerian artistes and nurture them into musical stardom.
The city is also home to the old fortress Kastel and the Ferhadija Mosque listed as a Bosnia and Herzegovina cultural heritage site in 1950. It was subsequently protected by UNESCO until its destruction in 1993. Today the site is being rebuilt and is listed as a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Other attractions of Banja Luka are the Banj Hill and a waterfall of the Vrbas river near Krupa. Rafting on the Vrbas river is currently becoming popular among the local tourists. There is fishing, rock climbing and hiking along the canyon of the Vrbas between Banja Luka and Jajce, and there is plenty of accommodation for visitors. Near Banja Luka, famous and prominent Trappist monastery, known as Mariastern Abbey, is located. The church and the monastery contains a large number of works of art and valuable cultural and historical legacy.
Available records, writings, books reveal that at first there was no such place known as Daspalla. Rather it was a part of Baudh State ruled by Bhanj Kings. During the rule of Bira Bhanj there was a rift in between Bira Bhanj and his cousin, Sal Bhanj. The dissident Sal Banj left Boudh and proceeded to meet the Gajapati of Puri through the ages old Jagannath Sadak. While resting with his followers at Padmlatola Ghat, the king of Nayagarh got the news and made alliance with Sal Bhanj and declared him the king of that area. Getting the news, Bir Bhanj of Boudh got angry and sent a troop to capture Sal Bhanj. But the troop of Boudh got defeated at the hands of Sal Bhanj and Nayagarh soldiers. As Sal Bhanj got "Yasha" (Fame) he named his kingdom as "Yashpalla" or "Daspalla". Other historians tell that king Sal Bhanj had only "das" (oriya for 10) "Pallies" (villages) so "Daspalli" got renamed as Daspalla. This incident took place in 1495. King Sal Bhanj ruled for 3 years only and then his son Naran Bhanj ascended the throne.
Human-made forest fires in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand have been a regular and historic feature. Major fires have been noted in 1911, 1921, 1930, 1931, 1939, 1945, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1972 and 1995. Some fires during 1921, 1930 and 1942 have been associated with popular movements against the then British government's forestry policies and for independence. Most of these fires occur in the chir pine zone. Forests with chir pine ("Pinus roxburghii") are very prone to fire, as their foliage easily catches fire. But the pine itself is resistant to it and these fires help in their regeneration by reducing coverage of broad-leaf trees leading to an increase in the land covered by chir pine. The broad-leaved forest is dominated by oak species, including Banj oak ("Quercus leucotrichophora"). Resin is harvested from these pines, and fires are often intentionally set to remove the carpet of pine needles that come in the way of harvesting activity. In June 1981, a blanket ban was introduced against felling of standing trees 1000 metres above sea level, and this ban comes in the way of removing pine trees in the areas where they are invading. Apart from accidental fires, a number of causes and motivations for setting fires have been noted which include encroachment on forest lands and concealing illegal timber extraction. Fires are also set by honey and sal seed collectors, to scare away wild animals, or to improve grass growth.
The company launched Novak Café & Restaurant in 2008 in the Belgrade municipality of Novi Beograd, the flagship location in a franchised chain of theme café-restaurants. During 2009, two more locations were added—one in Kragujevac and the other in Belgrade, the city's second, in September at the neighbourhood of Dorćol overlooking the playing courts of Serbia Open whose inaugural edition took place several months earlier. On 16 December 2011 a location in Novi Sad was opened, however, it operated just over three years before closing in late March 2015. It was announced in late 2012 that Djokovic had purchased the entire existing 2013 production of donkey cheese, which is produced by a single farm in Serbia. It was believed that it was done to ensure a reliable supply for his chain of restaurants in Serbia. One week later, it was proven that the story was exaggerated. Banja Luka in neighbouring Republika Srpska got its Novak Café & Restaurant location on 16 October 2015 within Hotel Trešnja on Banj hill.
The natural beauties of the surrounding area guarantee the city of Banja Luka a good position in tourism. Banja Luka has a number of hotels, one of the best being "Hotel Cezar Banja Luka". One of the hotels right on the Vrbas river's bank is the "Marriott". The city and surrounding area boast a number of popular tourist attractions. Among the most famous are the pools, thermal springs, and spas in the region. Due to its parks and over 10 000 trees Banja Luka was once nicknamed the "Green City". The area is popular among nature lovers, while the city centre is attractive to tourists due to its historical structures and many restaurants. Other attractions of Banja Luka are the Banj Hill and a waterfall of the Vrbas river near Krupa. Rafting on the Vrbas river is currently becoming popular among the local tourists. There is fishing, rock climbing and hiking along the canyon of the Vrbas between Banja Luka and Jajce, and there is plenty of accommodation for visitors.
Available records in writings and books reveal that at first there was no such place known as Daspalla. Rather it was a part of Baudh State ruled by the Bhanj dynasty of Rajput kings. During the rule of Bira Bhanj there was a rift in between Bira Bhanj and his cousin, Sal Bhanj. The dissident Sal Banj left Baudh and went to meet the Gajapati King of Puri through the ages old Jagannath Sadak. While resting with his followers at Padmatola Ghat, the king of Nayagarh got the news and made alliance with Sal Bhanj and declared him the king of that area. Getting the news, Bir Bhanj of Baudh got angry and sent troops to capture Sal Bhanj. But the troops of Baudh got defeated at the hands of Sal Bhanj and Nayagarh soldiers. As Sal Bhanj got "Yasha" (Fame) he named his kingdom as "Yashpalla" or "Daspalla". Other historians tell that king Sal Bhanj had only "das" (Oriya for 10) "Pallies" (villages) so "Daspalli" got renamed as Daspalla. This incident took place in 1495. King Sal Bhanj ruled for 3 years only and then his son Naran Bhanj ascended the throne.