Synonyms for kotda or Related words with kotda

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Examples of "kotda"
Ardoi is a village in Kotda-Sangani Taluka of Rajkot district, Gujarat, India.
Kotda Nayani is a village and former non-salute princely state in Gujarat, western India.
Kotda Bujurg is a village in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh, India. It is situated between several masses of mountains.
The Sixth Class princely state and taluka, in Halar "prant", was ruled by Jadeja Rajput Chieftains by primogeniture. It is an offshoot of the Kotda-Sangani State, which first Thakur (title) Togubhai, the founder of the house, the second son of Sangoji of Kotda-Sangani, received in appanage (jagir) with some other villages.
cities covered are Bardiya Amera, Pawati, Boliya, Kotda Bujurg, KalaKheda, Shamghar, Agar, Chachawadha pathari, Melkheda, Nariya, SathKheda, and other small villages and tehsils.
Kotda Nayani was a petty princely state and thana, comprising only the village, in the Halar "prant" of Kathiawar, ruled by Jadeja Rajput Chieftains.
Formerly there was the "Khana" of Surjarani but that was secret; know ye, the True Pir Sadruddin recited Ginans (preached) in the village Kotda.
Uncha Kotda or Unchakotada is 27 kilometers easterly to Mahuva. This is a beach side temple of Goddess Chamundadevi revered as mini Shaktipith.
Ranparda, Rohisa, Boda, Bhadrod, Talgajarada, Bhanavav, Rupavati, Lakhupara, Bhadra, Lusadi, Gundarani, Nana Jadra, Tavida, Taredi, Malvav, Katakda, Bhatakda, Uncha Nicha Kotda,
Udaipur district comprises seven sub-divisions: Girwa, Kherwada, Mavli, Vallabhnagar, Kotda, Jhadol and Salumber. These sub-divisions are further divided into 11 tehsils. Girwa sub-division consists two tehsils: Girwa and Gogunda. Kherwada sub-division also comprises two tehsils: Kherwada and Rishabhdev. Each of the sub-divisions, Mavli, Vallabhnagar, Kotda and Jhadol comprises only one tehsil of same name. Salumber sub-division comprises three tehsils: Lasadia, Salumber and Sarada.
The district comprises 13 talukas. These are Maliya Miyana, Wankaner, Tankara, Paddhari, Lodhika, Dhoraji, Rajkot, Jam Kandorna, Upleta, Jetpur, Kotda Sangani, Jasdan and Gondal. Panchpipla is one of the village of Rajkot Dist. from many villages.
Bhadva is a village in Kotda-Sangni Taluka of Rajkot district, Gujarat, India. It is situated fifteen miles south-east of Rajkot and about thirteen miles north-east of Gondal.
Call Khoja - a bondman of Shah Ali, he is devotee of his Aal (successors). There (in Kotda) having organised the community he established the "Khana" and well indoctrinated them.
As of the 2011 India census, Kotda had a population of 230,532 (116,764 males and 113,768 females). The total number of households was 41,790. Males constitute 50.65 percent of the population and females make up 49.35 percent. Kotra has an average literacy rate of 24.52 percent, lower than the national average of 59.5 percent (2001 census); male literacy is 37.55 percent, and female literacy is 11.14 percent. In Kotra, for every 1,000 males there are 980 females. This sex ratio is favorable against the state’s sex ratio of 922. Kotda is a tribal-dominant block with 220,905 persons belonging to Scheduled Tribes. This constitutes 95.82 percent of the total population. Kotda, therefore, is listed under the Tribal Sub-Plan.
Anida ( 4 km ), Patidad ( 5 km ), Chordi ( 5 km ), Umvada Mota ( 6 km ), Vorakotda ( 7 km ) are the nearby Villages to Gundala. Gundala is surrounded by Kotda Sangani Taluka towards East, Lodhika Taluka towards North, Jamkandorna Taluka towards west, Jetpur Taluka towards South .
Pir Sadruddin organised the community (Faith) and openly established the Khana" (Jamatkhana) in a house. Having arrived in the village "Kotda" he established the first "Khana." Pir Sadruddin became manifest and changed Hindus into Muslims; Having converted "Lohanas" into "Khojas" gave them the True faith.
After her marriage to the Thakore Saheb of Kotda-Sangani in 1941, Rani Vijaya Devi continued studying the piano in India, and later at the Juilliard School of Music, New York, with Professor Edward Steuermann, during her husband's diplomatic posting there. An accomplished concert pianist, she has recorded for radio and television, and appeared in concerts in Hong Kong and India.
In the village "Kotda" there lived Trikam' He openly professed faith and adopted the name "Khoja". Thus spread the "Deen" of the Preceptor and this was the age of Shri Islamshah'. To day, the place called Uchh - and there lies our abode."
It is situated about twelve miles north-east of Gondal and four miles north-west of Kotda and about twelve miles south of Rajkot. It is situated on a stream which flows into the Gondal river. The soil is good and the village lies only two miles to the east of the Rajkot-Gondal road.
Koteshwar, Khakrol and Badnawar are located in Badnawar tahsil; Bhopawar, Sagwal and Amjhera are located in Sardarpur tahsil; Mandu, Kesur Dhar and Sagor are located in Dhar tahsil; Lingwa and Kotda in Kukshi tahsil, Dhamnod in Dharampuri tahsil, Manawar, Bakaner and Singhana in Manawar tehsil, are a few out of a total about 40 such pilgrim centres.