Synonyms for mallapur or Related words with mallapur

venkatapur              lingampalle              shankarpur              venkatapuram              hadgaon              bishunpur              rudravaram              deglur              belgachhi              sonbarsa              rayavaram              kotturu              sattenapalle              dharampur              lalpur              madanpur              gobindpur              manpur              kothapalle              gokulpur              puraini              kodur              devarapalle              atmakur              nellimarla              gudem              tadpatri              bhiloda              gopavaram              kadipur              narayanapuram              bhagwanpur              degloor              meerpur              pedakurapadu              agaram              chintapalle              edlapadu              chodavaram              pratapnagar              munugode              pipariya              ibrahimpur              hasanpur              lingasugur              vemulawada              pratappur              biloli              krishnarajpet              huliyar             

Examples of "mallapur"
The Samadhi of Swami Shankarashram-II is located in Mallapur.
Mallapur is a village and in Karimnagar district in the state of Telangana in India.
It is the only village in Mallapur mandal which has the highest literacy contribution.
Mallapur Kariyat Nesargi is a village in Belgaum district of Karnataka, India.
Mallapur S.A. is a village in Belgaum district of Karnataka, India.
census, Mallapur Mandal had 53,860 inhabitants, with 26,094 males and 27,766 females.
Mallapur is a village of Greater Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy district, Telangana, India.
There are four villages in the gram panchayat: Putpak, Dantapur, Jawaharnagar, and Mallapur.
Mallapur Kariyat Ambadagatti is a village in Belgaum district in Karnataka, India.
At the 2011 India census, Mallapur (P.G.) had a population of 16062 with 8075 males and 7987 females.
Nearby railway stations are: Mallapur Railway station - 5 km; Balganur- 10 km; Somankatti- 14 km and Hombal- 18 km.
Direction: on Belgaum - Bagalkot road, take a left towards Nesargi, continue past Nesargi, you will first hit Galeshwar Muth, continuing right towards Gokak, you will reach Mallapur.
Satharam is a small village located in Mallapur Mandal, Karimnagar District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Satharam is close to business towns like Korutla and Metpalli. Satharam has a population of about 3000 people.
At Kaiga, , the Nuclear Power Corporation of India operates a nuclear power plant. The Kadra hydroelectric power corporation (K. P. C.) operates a dam between Kadra and Mallapur townships, approximately from Karwar town.
Jhansi High School is in Mallapur, Telangana, India. The school was established in 1980 and has classes from nursery to 10th Class through the English medium and 1st to 10th Class in Telugu.
Hukkeri Society is the only Rural Electric Cooperative Society in the state of Karnataka serving about 83,000 consumers in Hukkeri, Taluka,Sutagatti and Maranahole villages of Belgaum taluk, Kamatyanatti of Chikkodi taluk and water supply works of Mallapur village in Gokak taluk.
Due to the presence of the railway station it caters to the neighbouring villages of Thoralebag, Hodlebag, Sadashivagad, Angadi and also to the township of Kaiga, Mallapur; though the public transport facilities from the station are not up to the mark, as it is a wayside station.
Boduppal is a town in Medchal District of the Indian state of Telangana State. Comes under Medipally Mandal. It is located at the eastern end of the city spread between Nacharam-Mallapur Road and Warangal Highway NH 163. Due to its proximity to Secunderabad and Eastern IT/SEZ of Hyderabad Pocharam it is emerging as a major residential location in Hyderabad.
Under Swami "Shankarāshram II", a new "matha" ('Monastery') was established in the hamlet of Kumta near "Mallapur". This place is a small valley tucked away amidst lots of greenery. It was named Shri Gurumath. Swamiji started residing there after the construction was over.
In 1785, Swamiji went to Gokarn to pray at the shrine of "Ādi Parijñānāshram" despite being in very poor health. On the way back to Chitrāpur, the residents of Mallāpur asked Swamiji to stay at the Guru Matha at Mallapur for a few days to bless the people. It was during this stay that Swamiji's health took a turn for the worse very rapidly.