Synonyms for jagalur or Related words with jagalur

ibrahimpur              karisalkulam              keelakarai              bhanpur              thimmapur              pudukadai              husainpur              velpur              talode              dhamaura              bairiya              venkatapur              shirasgaon              katunje              dhakia              darhar              umarpur              dharmpur              pachpera              kalyanpura              ranipura              navadia              choornikkara              mallaram              muthuvalloor              gokulpur              belgachhi              thallur              vairavanpatti              velapur              edarikode              magudanchavadi              prempur              bhagawatipur              fatehpura              reddigudem              devgaon              parsauni              rudravaram              nallacheruvu              pallipatti              fattepur              bhimpur              kruthivennu              gopalpura              karuppur              dumra              daultabad              bariyarpur              pratappura             



Examples of "jagalur"
Jagalur is located at . It has an average elevation of 668 metres (2191 feet). People say that Jagalur has got got its name by a sage named Jogappa. Imam Sab, who served as an education minister in the period of Maharaja of Mysore Sri Krisnaraja wodeyer IV, has done memorable services for the development of Jagalur.
Jagalur is a panchayat town in Davanagere district in the Indian state of Karnataka.
J. Mohammed Imam (15 February 1897, Jagalur – 3 January 1983) was an Indian politician.
State Highway 45 connecting Arabhavi with Challakere via Gokak, Naragund, Shalavadi, Sirahatti, Mandaragi, Hadagali, Itagi, Ujjani and Jagalur pass through the village.
Agasanahalli is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India. It is located in the Jagalur taluk of Davanagere district.
The nonagenarian leader represented the Davangere Parliamentary Constituency for three times on Congress ticket. Later he had joined the Janata Dal (Secular). Channaiah Odeyar (91) former Member of Parliament died at a private hospital here last night. The burial would take place at his native village Bilichodu in Jagalur Taluk tomorrow, according to family sources.
Channaiah Odeyar (ಚನ್ನಯ್ಯ ಒಡೆಯರ್ died on 19 November 2007) was a former Lok Sabha Member of Parliament from Davangere in Karnataka, India. He was born in bilichodu village of jagalur taluk in davanagere district.He is survived by wife, three sons and a daughter. Mr Odeyar was a member of the eighth, ninth and tenth Lok Sabha from 1984 to 1996, representing Davangere Parliamentary constituency in Karnataka.
The university has 184 affiliated colleges, five constituent colleges (one is autonomous) and other three autonomous colleges, five B.P.Ed. colleges, six law colleges. It offers postgraduate courses and research programmes (Ph.D.)in faculty of art, commerce and science. Karnataka State and has in its ambit 50 postgraduate departments, four constituent colleges and 133 affiliated colleges offering graduate-level courses in disciplines catering to the education needs of more than 50,000 students. There are five medical colleges, three engineering colleges and one management college. All the colleges belong in the districts of Shimoga, Dharwad, Belgaum, Bijapur District, Davangere, Chitradurga, Bagalkot, Holalkere, Ajjampura, Hosadurga and Jagalur are affiliated to Kuvempu University.
Kasturi Rangappa Nayaka I (1602–1652) In 1602, Obanna Nayaka was succeeded by his son Kasturi Rangappa Nayaka. He was a brave soldier who defied the Sultan of Bijapur. His reign was full of conflicts with neighbouring chiefs. Several battles were fought with the "Paleyagar" (chief) of Basavapattana over territories such as Mayakonda, Santebennur, Holalkere, Anaji, and Jagalur, all of which ultimately became part of the Chitradurga territory. At the time of his death in 1652, the kingdoms possessions yielded a revenue of 65,000 "Durgi" Pagodas.
J. Mohammed Imam was the son of J. Bade Saheb. He studied at the Central College of Bangalore and the Government Law College in Madras. He obtained Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law degrees. In 1928 he was elected to the senate of the Mysore University. In 1930 he became a member of the legislature (later Legislative Assembly) of the Mysore state. He would continue to be a Mysore legislator until 1957. Politically, he was a member of the All India Muslim League. Between 1933 and 1936 he served as the first non-official president of the Jagalur Municipal Council. He was the president of the Chitaldrug District Board between 1936 and 1940. He also held various posts in different companies.
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