Synonyms for kravanh or Related words with kravanh

trabaek              puok              krouch              khsach              tbong              stueng              srok              samraong              tbaeng              ruessei              sangkae              kaev              rumduol              pursat              damrei              riang              krala              chambak              phnum              chrum              chrak              paoy              tnaot              kamrieng              rovieng              tboung              angk              yamaltu              sdach              chrouy              sambour              andaeuk              chhmar              andaet              phlov              beung              khnar              romeas              kokir              poun              lahta              kandal              khmum              tengra              anhchanh              thlok              krong              chrey              krasang              rotanak             



Examples of "kravanh"
Daran Kravanh is a Cambodian-American musician and politician. He is the leader of the Khmer Anti-Poverty Party.
Phnum Kravanh district () is a district in Pursat Province, Cambodia. In English the name translates to the Cardamom Mountains.
The Khmer Anti-Poverty Party is a Cambodian political party founded in September 2007. Its leader is Cambodian-American Daran Kravanh.
Phnum Kravanh shares a border with Veal Veang district to the west and Koh Kong, Kampong Speu and Kampong Chhnang provinces to the south. Bakan and Sampov Meas districts are to the north and Krakor district is on the north eastern boundary. Previously Phnum Kravanh was much larger and stretched to the Thai border. However, in 1997 the western part of the district was taken to form the new district of Veal Veang. Area about 2900-3400 km^2
Kravanh was born in Pursat province. He grew up in a musical family and was an accordion player. While he was attending college, he was taken by Khmer Rouge soldiers to be killed along with other students and intellectuals.
Phnum Kravanh is also home to around 130 families of the few remaining ethnic minority Pear people. These families originally lived in the highlands of the Cardamom Mountains but were forced to move to the lowlands beside the Pursat River during the years of the Khmer Rouge regime.
The southern part of the district is largely unpopulated and has few roads. It forms a major part of the Central Cardamom range. According to the 1998 Census, Phnum Kravanh district is made up of 7 communes and 55 villages. The population of the district was 54,136 in 10,390 households at the time of the census.
Bakan shares a border with Battambang Province to the north and the district of Veal Veang to the west. To the south of Bakan are Phnum Kravanh and Sampov Meas districts. Bakan shares its eastern border with Kandieng district. To the northeast Bakan encompasses a portion of the Tonle Sap lake. Three villages in this part of the district are Tonle Sap floating villages. Their location moves depending on the water level in the lake.
Most of Sisamouth's tape recordings from this period did not survive the years of social upheaval, however, although now and then some of Sisamouth's 1950s and early 1960s hits are rerecorded successfully. One such hit, "Srey Sros Khmeng", re-emerged from oblivion with Suong Chantha's 2002 faithful rendition. Sisamouth's other hits of the same period include "Anussavry Phnom Kravanh", "(Chett Srey doch) Chong Srol", "Thngay Dob Pee Thnou", "Thngay Muoy Kakkda", "Teuk Keb", "Stung Pursat", and "Prek Eng Oss Sangkhim".
Cyperus rotundus (coco-grass, Java grass, nut grass, purple nut sedge or purple nutsedge, red nut sedge, Khmer kravanh chruk) is a species of sedge (Cyperaceae) native to Africa, southern and central Europe (north to France and Austria), and southern Asia. The word "cyperus" derives from the Greek , "kyperos", and "rotundus" is from Latin, meaning "round". The earliest attested form of the word "cyperus" is the Mycenaean Greek , "ku-pa-ro", written in Linear B syllabic script.
Tuek Phos district lies in the west of the province and shares a border with Pursat and Kampong Speu provinces. Reading from the north clockwise, Tuek Phos borders with Krakor district of Pursat to the north. The eastern border of the district is shared with Baribour and Rolea B'ier districts. To the south the district shares a border with Sameakki Mean Chey district. The western border of the district joins with Thpong and Aoral districts of Kampong Speu and Phnum Kravanh district of Pursat.
Veal Veang shares a border with Battambang Province to the north, Thailand to the west, Koh Kong Province to the south and the Pursat districts of Phnum Kravanh and Bakan to the east. The northern end of the Cardamom Mountains cover the eastern edge of Veal Veang to the Thai border. According to the 1998 Census, Veal Veang district is made up of 5 communes and 20 villages. However, the population of the district was not enumerated in the census due to security concerns. From 1979 until the end of the 1990s, Veal Veang was one of the last remaining strongholds of the Khmer Rouge.
Krakor is the easternmost district of Pursat province and borders Kampong Chhnang province to the east. To the north the district encompasses a portion of the Tonle Sap lake and there are several villages on the edge of the lake. These are Tonle Sap floating villages and their location moves depending on the water level in the lake. The districts of Kandieng and Sampov Meas form the eastern border and Phnum Kravanh district lies to the south. The district capital is at Krakor town, which is located on National Highway Number 5 about 160 kilometres by road from Phnom Penh.
Sampov Meas is located in the center of the most populated part of the province. The district is completely surrounded by other districts and is the only district in Pursat that shares no border with another province. North of Sampov Meas lies Kandieng district, while Bakan forms the northeastern and eastern borders. Phnum Kravanh is to the south and Krakor forms the western boundary along National Highway Number Five. This is the smallest district in Pursat province by land area and has the highest population density.
O Smach (also O'Smach or Ou Smach, ) is a small Cambodian town on the Thai border in the Samraong District of Oddar Meanchey Province. Until 1999, there were intermittent battles and the area was unsafe as the last remaining Khmer Rouge still had control of nearby Anlong Veng. In 2003 an international border crossing was opened between O Smach and the adjacent town of Chong Chom in Thailand's Surin Province. There has since opened a strip of casinos between the Cambodian and Thai passport control counters, enabling Thais to gamble in Cambodia without needing to go through Cambodian immigration. Gambling is illegal in Thailand and gambling in Cambodia is legal only for foreign passport holders. O Smach is located at the northern terminus of Road 68 which turns north off National Highway 6 at Kravanh in Siem Reap Province.