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  • township in Viluppuram district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India, near Puducherry in South India. Social Research Wikipedia: Auroville Wikipedia: Auroville
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  • Introduction Ayyavazhi is a monistic religion, originated in South India in the mid 19th century. Though Ayyavazhi has not as yet received official recognition
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  • the time of colonial India] and bourgeois-nationalist elitism.1" "Both originated as the ideological product of British rule in India, but have survived
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  • popular seat of attraction by 19th century by the devotees from the south India. The temple has strong connection with people from Tamil Nadu who patronised
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  • mainly concentrated in Karnataka and part of Maharashtra, in central and south India. Later in the 12th century the great saint Basava rejuvenated and popularised
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  • of Emperor Asoka; The Spread of Theravada Buddhism in South India and in the Regions of South East Asia (e.g. Myanmar, Thailand); Religious Intercourses
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  • Hills 4 km from Kodaikanal town, Dindigul district, Tamilnadu state, South India." "A Grubb Parson 60 cm diameter two-mirror fused quartz coelostat mounted
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  • has also built a Shiva temple. For the well being of the pilgrims from south India the king of Banaras has built a monastery named Brahmendra Math. In the
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  • rest house’ (dharmashala) by the estate where majority of pilgrims from south India, especially Karnataka State get shelter. The stone slab lane divides
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  • made portion of it pucca. However in ca 1890 the king of Vijayanagara (south India) together with construction of a new ghat nearby made this ghat pucca
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  • Sudhindra Tirtha Svami, belonging to Gauda Sarasvata Brahmin community of south India. On the terraces of this monastery are the temples of Vindu Madhava (II)
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  • constructed by Svami Sativedananda Dattatreya, a monastery chief of south India, in ca 1888. The same Svami has built temple of Dattatreyeshvara, Dattatreya
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  • musuem with quite a few collections ranging from Japan all the way to South India. It prides itself with almost 225,000 pieces of art with each culture
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  • [t̪ɐmɨɻ]) is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states
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  • 2006, ‘Usefulness of the Rowland Universal Dementia Assessment Scale in South India’, Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, vol. 77, pp. 513-514
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  • in the south of India especially Kerala and lived in Magadha at the time of the Gupta rulers; time which is known as the golden age of India. There is
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  • 1961: Seven corpse incidence (Sata Lasha Kanda): seven pilgrims from South India were killed during boating by giving poison. The Diesel Locomotive Works
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  • Ethiopia for their man. In India, Petreius found among the Nestorians of South India a story of Prester John, whose power had been overthrown by the Mongols
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  • among Top B-Schools of India by Dalal Street Journal consecutively for two years * Ranked as 15th Best B- School in South India by Bhaskar Lakshya 2010
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