Synonyms for jamuni or Related words with jamuni
Examples of "jamuni"
might also refer to the color purple in Hindi.
Good black clay deposits occur near
The region of Awadh is considered to be the center of Ganga-
, Janakpur, Jhiriya , Kelhari, Khadda, Khaira , Khamhdand, Kharpa,
The only river in this village for the purpose of irrigation is
Lal College or J L College is a Constituent College of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University. This government college is in Hajipur , vaishali district
Madhapura is a village development committee in Saptari District in the Sagarmatha Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 7,766 people living in 1,342 individual households.
This constituency includes Khallikote, Purusottampur, Khallikote block and 10 Gram panchayats (Achuli, Handighar, K.N Pur, Pratappur, Ranajhali, Raipur, Solaghara, Jagannathpur, Baghala, Bhatakumarada, Sunathara, Badabaragam, Bhimpur, Gangadehuni and
) of Purusottampur block.
Sawrubandh is a village in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, India. Sawrubandh is known for its significant contribution to the Indian independence movement. This village is famous for Hindu-Muslim unity, also called Ganga-
Baganaha, Baniyabhar, Belawa, Deudakala, Dhadhawar, Dhodhari, Gola, Gulariya Municipality,
, Kalika, Khairapur, Khairi Chandanpur, Magaragadi, Mahamadpur, Manau, Manpur Mainapokhar, Manpur Tapara, Mathurahardwar, Motipur, Neulapur, Padanaha, Pashupatinagar, Patabhar, Rajapur Municipality, Sanesri, Shivapur, Sorhawa, Suryapatawa, Taratal, Thakudwara
In 2011 census Sarauni was census town in Godda CD Block with a population of 4,970. There were four large villages (2011 population in brackets): Motiya (4,746),
Paharpur (6,271), Sarkanda (4,012) and Makhni (4,186).
Ajitanatha, second "Tirthankara",Abhinandananatha (fourth "Tirthankara"), Sumatinatha, fifth "Tirthankara", and Anantanatha, fourteenth "Tirthankara". Ayodhya demonstrates Ganga-
culture in the Hanumangarhi temple, built by Nawab of Awadh. According to Jain Agams, it is the second eternal city after Shikharji, and will never vanish or disappear during the changing epochs.
is a village development committee in Bardiya District in the Bheri Zone of south-western Nepal on the border with India. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 9,584 and had 1648 houses in the town.
"His art of story telling was an embodiment of Lucknow's Ganga-
tehzib," says Sarvesh Asthana, city- based satirist. "He generously used terms like 'amaa miyan' (hey you), barkhurdar (son), baat ka chalan (due course of conversation), fasad ki jad (root of trouble) , tabiyat hui ki (I felt like) any Lucknowite would relate with to weave his stories that wittily attacked cultural decay and social insensitivity," adds Asthana.
Raised in the peace-loving Ganga-
Hyderabadi culture, Quadri is lawyer by profession and social activist by passion. He was associated with Students Islamic Organisation of India and served as its Hyderabad City President for two terms. Quadri is an activist of separate Telangana movement, and served as vice president of Telanaga Student JAC. He was part of students delegation that went to lead support to T-Movement at Osmania University in 2011.
Abhirawa, Ajingara, Bahadurganj,
, Sukharampur, Balarampur, Baluhawa, Bangai, Banganga, Baraipur, Barakulpur, Basantapur, Baskhaur, Bedauli, Bhagawanpur Choti, Bhalabari, Bijuwa, Bithuwa, Budhi, Dhankauli, Dharampaniya, Dohani, Dubiya, Dumara, Gajehada, Ganeshpur, Gauri, Gotihawa, Gugauli, Haranampur, Hardauna, Hariharpur, Hathausa, Hathihawa, Jahadi, Jayanagar, Kajarhawa, Khurhuriya, Kopawa, Kushawa, Labani, Bithuwa, Lalpur, Maharajganj, Mahendrakot, Mahuwa, Malwar, Manpur, Milmi, Motipur, Nanda Nagar, Nigalihawa, Pakadi, Parsohiya, Patariya, Patna, Patthardaihiya, Phulika, Pipari, Purusottampur, Rajpur, Ramghat, Ramnagar, Rangapur, Sauraha, Shivagadhi, Singhkhor, Sisawa, Shivapur Palta, Somdiha, Taulihawa, Thunhiya, Tilaurakot, Titirkhi, Udayapur, Vidhya Nagar
Piparpati Pachrauta is a town and Village Development Committee in Bara District in the Narayani Zone of south-eastern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4,106. Farming is the main occupation of the people of here. Some of the people are also involved in service and home trade. It is bordered by
river which separates the village from bihar of India in the south. It has hot climate with average rainfall of 2 cm. People spend very simple livelihood .It has good progress in the development and soon it will be a municipality.
The Nawabs of Lucknow, in reality the Nawabs of Awadh, acquired the name after the reign of the third Nawab when Lucknow became their capital. The city became North India's cultural capital, and its nawabs, best remembered for their refined and extravagant lifestyles, were patrons of the arts. Under their dominion, music and dance flourished, and construction of numerous monuments took place. Of the monuments standing today, the Bara Imambara, the Chota Imambara, and the Rumi Darwaza are notable examples. One of the Nawab's enduring legacies is the region's syncretic Hindu–Muslim culture that has come to be known as the "Ganga-
Abhirawa, Ajingara, Bahadurganj,
, Sukharampur, Balarampur, Baluhawa, Bangai, Banganga, Baraipur, Barakulpur, Basantapur, Baskhaur, Bedauli, Bhagawanpur Choti, Bhalabari, Bijuwa, Bithuwa, Budhi, Dhankauli, Dharampaniya, Dohani, Dubiya, Dumara, Gajehada, Ganeshpur, Gauri, Gotihawa, Gugauli, Haranampur, Hardauna, Hariharpur, Hathausa, Hathihawa, Jahadi, Jayanagar, Kajarhawa, Kapilbastu Municipality, Khurhuriya, Kopawa, Krishnanagar Municipality, Kushawa, Labani, Lalpur, Maharajganj, Mahendrakot, Mahuwa, Malwar, Manpur, Milmi, Motipur, Nanda Nagar, Nigalihawa, Pakadi, Parsohiya, Patariya, Patna, Patthardaihiya, Phulika, Pipari, Purusottampur, Rajpur, Ramghat, Ramnagar, Rangapur, Sauraha, Shivagadhi, Shivaraj Municipality, Singhkhor, Sisawa, Shivapur Palta, Somdiha, Taulihawa, Thunhiya, Tilaurakot, Titirkhi, Udayapur, Vidhya Nagar
Farrukhabad is a historical city with a rich culture defined by the traditions of Ganga-
"tahzeeb" which amalgamates aspects of Hindu and Muslim cultural practices, rituals, folk and linguistic traditions. The place was founded by Nawab Mohammad Khan Bangash (c. 1665-1743) in 1714 who named it after the reigning Mughal Emperor Farrukhsiyar. Ever since it has been a flourishing centre of commerce and industry. Under the British colonial state, Farrukhabad was a nodal centre of the riverine trade through the Ganges river system from North and North-West India towards the East.
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