Synonyms for ratanpur or Related words with ratanpur

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Examples of "ratanpur"
They are:East Rangila, West Rangila, Paharilotar, Ratanpur,
Ratnapur(a) (corruption: Ratanpur, viz.) may refer to:
Option A. Mumbai - Surat - Ahmedabad - Ratanpur - Dungarpur - Banswara - Ghatol - Pipalkhunt
Ratanpur may refer to the following places in India :
India census, Ratanpur had a population of 19,838. Males constituted 51% of the population and females 49%. Ratanpur has an average literacy rate of 59%, lower than the national average of 59.5% while male literacy is 70, and female literacy is 47%. In Ratanpur, 17% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Option B. Mumbai - Surat - Ahmedabad - Ratanpur - Dungarpur - Aspur - Ganoda - Ghatol - Pipalkhunt
Poshina (Ratanpur) is a village in Poshina Taluka in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat state, India.
Ratanpur, the block headquarters had a population of 1,482 in 2011.
Jajalla-deva, a ruler of the Kalachuri dynasty of Ratanpur, defeated the ruler of Sonpur and annexed it with his kingdom in 1110. It was under the Kalachuri rulers of Ratanpur (Now in Chhattisgarh state) from 1110 to 1238. Thus, South Kosal again remained as one unit. Both, eastern part of South Kosal (Western Odisha) and western part of South Kosal (Chhattisgarh) were united and ruled by the Kalachuri rulers of Ratanpur.
Panchayats in Majorganj community development block are: Ratanpur, Basbitta, Pachharwa, Bahera, Kuari Madan, Mejorganj, Khairwa and Dumri Kala.
Ratua Ratanpur is a village in the Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is located in the Berasia tehsil.
Ratanpur Dhamanka is a village and former non-salute Rajput princely state on Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat, western India.
The Kalachuri dynasty kings of Tumman ruled the area for a long period making Ratanpur their capital. The old inscriptions of Ratanpur, Rajim and Khallari refer to the reign of Kalachuri kings. Raipur was the capital of a branch of the Kalachuri dynasty, whose rulers controlled the forts of Chhattisgarh for a considerable period.
Ratanpura, originally known as Ratnapura, was the capital of Kalachuris of Ratnapura, who were a branch of the Kalachuris of Tripuri. According to the 1114 CE Ratanpur inscription of the local king Jajjaladeva I, his ancestor Kalingaraja conquered Dakshina Kosala region, and made Tummana (modern Tuman) his capital. Kalingaraja's grandson Ratnaraja established Ratnapura (modern Ratanpur).
Katukaraja's successor was his younger brother Alhanadeva, who served as a vassal of Kumarapala. Another of his brothers, Purnapaksha, also accepted Kumarapala's suzerainty. Purnapaksha controlled the principality of Ratanpur, and is mentioned as a subordinate of Kumarapala in the Ratanpur inscription of his queen Girija-devi.
Indus Town is a neighbourhood of Bhopal, India. It lies on Hoshangabad Road, 14 km from Habibganj railway station, near Ratanpur village.
Jakha or Jakahadeva was the prime minister of Chachigadeva, as attested by the 1266 CE Jalore and the 1276 CE Ratanpur inscriptions.
Ratanpur is a village in the Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is located in the Huzur tehsil and the Phanda block, beside Bhopal-Bhojpur road.
'Anangbhim Deb' of the Ganga dynasty of Kalinga, gained control of Western Odisha region in 1238 by defeating the ruler of Ratanpur.
With the advent of the British the town of Raipur, headquarters of Chhattisgarh Division, gained prominence over Ratanpur, the historical capital of the territory.