Synonyms for devgaon or Related words with devgaon

karisalkulam              mustqil              ehatmali              bhimpur              karuppur              daultabad              sankarpur              husainpur              paterwa              bhanpur              pargaon              sonbarsa              devaliya              nankar              bibipur              pokhariya              puraini              lodipur              sakhuwa              mettupatti              bhatpura              dahivali              deogaon              mahamadpur              gokulpur              pimpalgaon              dharmpur              pasgawan              kutubpur              chincholi              devipur              takli              kalyanpura              rasalpur              bishanpur              hansapur              meerpur              bishunpur              venkatapur              dakha              prempur              bailahongal              purbba              kathalia              sarola              shankarpur              dandakharka              aspur              dhakia              bairiya             



Examples of "devgaon"
Main Villages:-Sonai,Kukana,Bhenda,Pravrasangam,Devgaon,Bakupimpalgaon.
Devgaon is a village in the Palghar district of Maharashtra, India. It is located in the Dahanu taluka.
The Beson is a small Indian river. It has its origin in Devgaon Azamgarh and flows towards the east and joins the Ganges on the left bank.
According to the 2011 census of India, Devgaon has 285 households. The effective literacy rate (i.e. the literacy rate of population excluding children aged 6 and below) is 32.96%.
The Lalganj is a tehsil headquarters. It is around 50 km from the Varanasi and situated in between Varanasi and Azamgarh Highway. Devgaon, just 4 km from the Lalganj is another place of major habitation. Other major places which fall under the tehsil are Gorhara, Khargipur, Bardah, Meh Nagar, Tarwa etc.
As per the account, she was born in Deogaon(Rangari) or Devgaon(R) near Elloraor Verul in northern Maharashtra, where she spent her childhood. Her parents, Aaudev Kulkarni and Janaki were brahmins, the Hindu priest class, and considered their first child Bahinabai as a harbinger of good fortune. Bahinabai started reciting the names of God from an early age, while playing with her mates.
Shri Madhavnath Maharaj spread the importance of Yoga and Naamasmaran throughout India.He blessed his followers to build the lakshmi-venkatesh temple at Rangaari, Devgaon in Aurangabad district. Shreenath temple was then built at Thorgavhaan in Jalgaon. With the help of Lakhsmibai halwai Shri Madhavnath Maharaj built the famous Dgadusheth Halwai Datta Mandir in Budhwaar Peth, Pune. Several temples were built in Indore, Trimbakeshwar in Nashik, Akola, Nagpur, Wardha, Hinganghat, Dhaar, Shiraale, Nandgaon, Kashi and other places which helped people attain the spiritual path.
Shahpura is an intermediate panchayat under Dindori Zilla Panchayat. Gram Panchayats in Shahpura intermediate panchayat are: Amera, Amthera, Badhaigarh Mal, Badjhar, Banki Mal, Bargaon, Barkheda, Barodi Mal, Bastara Mal, Bhalapuri, Bharothi Mal, Bhilai Mal, Bhimpar, Bichiya, Bijori Mal, Bilgaon, Chandwahi Mal, Chapara Ryt, Cheerpani, Dadargaon, Dalka Khamhariya, Dalka Sarai Mal, Devgaon, Dewari Kala, Dewari Khurd, Dewari Mal, Dhirwan Kala, Dhirwankhurd, Dhodha Ryt, Dobhi, Dooba Mal, Dullopur, Ganeshpur, Guraiya Mal, Gutalwah, Indori Mal, Jhagrehata Dungariya, Kachari Mal, Kanchanpur Mal, Karigadahari Mal, Karondi Mal, Kasturi Pipariya, Katangi, Kehenjara, Khairbhagdu Mal, Kohani Dewari Kala, Magar Tagar, Manikpur, Marwari, and Mataka Ryt.
The ancient name of Amravati is "Audumbaravati", in prakrut, "Umbravati". The variant 'Amravati' is the presently accepted name. It is said that Amravati is named for its ancient Ambadevi temple. A mention of Amravati can be found on a stone inscription on the base of the marble statue of God Adinath (Jain God) Rhishabhnath. The statues date back to the year 1097. Govind Maha Prabhu visited Amravati in the 13th century, when Wardha was under the rule of Deogiri's Hindu King (Yadava dynasty). In the 14th century, there was drought and famine in Amravati, so people abandoned Amravati and left for Gujrat and Malwa. Though some locals returned after several years, this resulted in a scanty population. In the 17th century, Magar Aurangpura (today, 'Sabanpura') was allotted for a Jama Masjid by Mughal Aurangzeb. This indicates the existence of a Muslim population. In 1722, Chhattrapati Shahu presented Amravati and Badnera to Ranoji Bhosle; eventually Amravati was known as Bhosle ki Amravati. The city was reconstructed and developed by Ranoji Bhosle after the treaty of Devgaon and Anjangaon Surji and victory over Gavilgad (Fort of Chikhaldara). The British general and author Wellesly camped in Amravati, the place is still known as the 'camp', by Amravati people. Amravati city was founded towards the end of the 18th century. The Union state of Nizam and Bhosle ruled Amravati. They appointed a revenue officer but neglected defence. The Gavilgad fort was conquered by the British on 15 December 1803. Under to the Deogaon treaty, Warhad was presented as a token of the friendship to the Nizam.