Synonyms for ghodazari or Related words with ghodazari

sivaloganathar              chikkahalli              manikapur              garimalla              rathriyile              koyyuru              siddareddy              bhadoriya              tharavattamma              chilakalapudi              omanakunju              hennaru              vajrakarur              pareshnath              aasthi              thalakkarai              thallur              valarga              shenbagathoppu              nateshwar              kalauk              chirikkoo              nijamena              ulavapadu              bahubal              bamanbore              thirukkurungudi              chellidaru              vaddante              thirukkandiyur              alawala              krishnarjunulu              gruhini              mairavana              nallamada              kadthal              gandondu              kuraiya              vairavanpatti              kothacheruvu              perakamanna              palaiyur              pinnavasal              nadupatti              dayanagar              seelu              narsinghpura              aiyanaar              itishree              kusumda             

Examples of "ghodazari"
Ghorazari Dam (also spelled as Ghodazari Dam) is an earthfill dam on Gorazari river near Nagbhid in Chandrapur district of the state of Maharashtra in India.
Natural Place Ghodazari Talav: Located just 10 km from Nagbhid and 100km from Nagpur and Chandrapur is Ghodazari, a perfect spot for picnics, jungle trekking, boating over the weekend. Ghodazari is a small lake surrounded by abundance of nature and forest. Due to recent conservation efforts, number of wild animals is on surge. It is very common to see tigers, leopards, sloth bears, bison, spotted deers, wild boars in the jungle surrounding at western edge of Nagbhid. Local newspapers are full of news with human- wild conflict leading to domestic cattle and human deaths. Other tourist places of interest near Nagbhid are Pandav caves (2000 year old carved caves), Adyal tekdi (temple complex set by Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj), Gaymukh temple, Satbahini temple (with prehistoric human paitings in caves).
The first Rice Research Center was established in Sindewahi, where various researchers work to discover new rice varieties. Gram Sewak Training Center is also in Sindewahi, one of only two in Maharashtra (the other is in Pune). Ghodazari Talaw and Asolamenda Talaw are picnic areas near Sindewahi. Asola Mendha is one of the biggest reservoirs in Maharashtra. Sindewahi City is surrounded by a forest in which tigers and other wild animals can be found. Ram Mandir is the oldest temple of sindewahi City near by wholesale market is situated.
The economy of the town is mainly agriculture based with major population is either farmers or farm workers. The portion of the population constitute government employees in schools, college, Tahesil office, railway employees, panchayat samitee employees. The part of community is of merchants & industrialists. Among businesses are rice mills, oil mills, agriculture product trading and retail market. Every Thursday it holds weekly bazaar where in people from surrounding villages bring their agriculture produce like grains, vegetable, fish for sale. There are vegetable, mutton, chicken and fish markets which supply good quality fresh products.Town still has age old communities of potters (kumbhars), ironsmith (lohar), goldsmiths (sonar), shepherds (dhangar), silk workers (koskati), Oil producers (teli), Barai, Carpenters, Varthis, Dhiwar (fishermen) gives this town an essence of old culture.The town is surrounded by fresh water lakes like Nawkhala, Ghodazari, Kasrla which supplies fresh variety of fish (Vaghur, Rohu, Katla, Prawns, botre, katwe etc.).