Synonyms for dalgate or Related words with dalgate

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Examples of "dalgate"
There are two outlets from the lake, namely the Dalgate and Amir Khan Nallah that connects the lakes of Nagin and Anchar Lake. Dalgate is controlled by a weir and lock system. The outflow from these two outlets has been estimated as 275.6 million cubic metres.
The government of jammu and Kashmir has banned 8th and 10th Muharram processions in Srinagar after the eruption of militancy in 1989. Prior to ban, the 8th Muharram procession used to be taken out from Shaheed Gunj and would culminate at Dalgate while 10th Muharram procession was taken out from Abi- Guzar to Imam Bara Zadibal.
Mazar-e-Shura (, ; transliteration: "Mazār-i Shuʿārā", translation: "The Cemetery of Poets") is a cemetery on a small hill by the main road in Dalgate, an area of Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir in India. Founded in the reign of the Mughul emperor Akbar the Great, it was built in a scenic location on the banks of the Dal as a cemetery for eminent poets. Historical records show that there were at least five poets and men of letters buried in the cemetery: Shah Abu'l-Fatah, Haji Jan Muhammad Qudsi, Abu Talib Kalim Kashani, Muhammad Quli Salim Tehrani, and Tughra-yi Mashhadi, all natives of Iran who emigrated to India and were associated with the Mughal court. Due to neglect, only three tombstones are currently visible, one of which bears an inscription that is only partially legible.
Now, the Balti language or dialect is spoken in the whole of Baltistan in the northern Pakistan and some parts of Northern India in Jammu and Kashmir State and it is said that Purki-dialect of Purig and Suru-Kartse valleys come into the Balti group linguistically to some extent. However, Balti is spoken by nearly 0.9 million people living in Baltistan (Pakistan), different parts of the states of northern India like Dehradun, Masoorie, Kalsigate, Chakrotta, Ambadi in Uttrakhand and parts of Jammu and Kashmir like Jammu and Ramban in Jammu region, Hariparbat, Dalgate and Tral in Kashmir region. In the twin districts of Ladakh region (Kargil & Leh) it is spoken in Kargil city and its surrounding villages like Hardass, Lato, Karkitchhoo and Balti Bazar, and in Leh- Turtuk, Bogdang, Tyakshi including Leh city and nearby villages. Apart from these, about 0.1 million Baltis working abroad in different countries.
Historically, Maisum actually is the name of the entire area that is more or less an island that forms the center of present day city of Srinagar. In other words, historical Maisum includes Srinagar Golf Course, Polo Ground, S.P and Women’s college, Bar Bar Shah, entire neighborhood of Amira Kadal including old Court Complexes, Tyndale Biscoe School, Abi Guzar and entire Residency Road all the way up to Door Darshan center. It is actually an island that is enclosed by River Jhelum (Kashmiri Wyeth or Vitasta) and Tsont Kol (Kashmiri apple orchard canal) river. Tsont Kol normally drains excess flow from Dal Lake near Dalgate and it carries that water into Jhelum near Zero Bridge in South but it also goes north and then bends west around the Srinagar Golf Course and empties into Jhelum near Gow Kadal opposite the Sher Garhi Palace. Tsont Kol’s old name is Mahasarit and at the confluence of this river and Wyeth near Gow Kadal bridge.
Mazar-e-Shura (; transliteration: "Mazār-i Shuʿārā", translation: "The Cemetery of Poets") is a cemetery on a small hill by the main road in Dalgate, an area of Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir in India. Founded in the reign of the Mughul emperor Akbar the Great, it was built in a scenic location on the banks of the Dal Lake as a cemetery for eminent poets. Historical records show that there were five poets and men of letters buried in the cemetery, all natives of Iran who emigrated to India and were associated with the Mughal court. Only three tombstones are now visible as the place is neglected, overrun by weeds and littered with rubbish. One of the tombstones bears an inscription that is only partially legible.
Shaykh Syed Mirak Andrabi was married to the daughter of Syed Abdullah Qummi Rizvi. His children included 6 daughters and 3 sons. He was survived by his three sons Syed Mohammad Andrabi' 963-1023 A.H., 'Syed Ismaiel (Yousuf) Andrabi and 'Syed Ahmad Qasim Andrabi'. He died on '5th Safar 990 A.H', 28 February 1582 C.E.,at the age of 69 years and is buried on the southern side of Khankah-i-Andrabia at Mala Iraqi Hatta (Mallaratta),Srinagar. A large number of people became his disciples and derived spiritual benefit from him. Syed Mir Mirak Andrabi had three sons, Syed Mohammad Andrabi, (d.1022.A.H/A.D,1614.A.D), Syed Mohammad Yousuf Andrabi, (d.1028.A.H./A.D,1620A.D), and Syed Qasim Ahmad Andrabi. Syed Mohammad Andrabi played an important role in spreading the Quranic to far off areas of valley and was very popular especially in Gurez and Sopore areas of valley . He is buried in the ancestral graveyard at Malaratta. Syed Mohammad Yousuf Andrabi was second son of Syed Mir Mirak Andrabi. He spent most of his time in Dalgate and was also buried there. The third son Syed Qasim Ahmad Andrabi,(d.1040A.H./1631.A.D) migrated to the adjacent area namely Puchal (Pulwama), and settled down there.
Inayat Khan (Sanjay Dutt) is the Senior Superintendent of Police responsible for the security of Srinagar, Kashmir. One day, his young son Irfaan (Yogin Soni) meets with an accident and is taken to a hospital. Unfortunately, due to a fatwa instigated by the leader of a terrorist group forbidding doctors to treat policemen, the doctors refuse to treat Irfaan. Khan angrily threatens to kill the doctors if they don't treat his son, but they still refuse, saying they are willing to die rather than letting their families be killed by the terrorist group. As a result, Irfaan dies, and Khan personally swears to put an end to the threat of the terrorist group. After finding out that the group of terrorists is taking refuge in the village of Dalgate, Khan and his men manage to attack and kill the criminals. Unfortunately, a family is caught in the crossfire, and they are killed as well. A young boy named Altaaf (Mohsin Memon) is the only family member who survives the shooting. He is severely traumatized by seeing his parents and sister dying in front of his eyes and is haunted by the memory of the masked policeman who shot at his family: that police officer is Khan. Altaaf falls unconscious and is jailed by Khan's men, much to Khan's anger, who then berates his officers for placing young Altaaf in jail. Khan's wife Neelima (Sonali Kulkarni), having just lost Irfaan and feeling sorry for Altaaf, attempts to persuade Khan to let them adopt the boy. Khan, despite his fear that Altaaf may one day discover the truth and get revenge for it, reluctantly agrees, feeling extremely remorseful for killing Altaaf's family.