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Hyderabad State
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ニザーム藩王国(ニザームはんおうこく)は、1724年から1948年までの間、インド亜大陸に存在した藩王国。「ニザーム」の称号を持つ、ムスリム(イスラム教徒)の藩王によって統治された。首都はハイダラーバード(ハイデラバード)。ハイダラーバード藩王国とも呼ばれる。

Der indische Fürstenstaat Hyderabad auf der Hochebene des Dekkan existierte zwischen 1724 und 1948/56. Er entstand, als der Mogulpolitiker Asif Jah I. (†1748), der den Ehrentitel Nizām al-Mulk (= Ordnung des Reiches) trug, Vizekönig von sechs Dekkan-Provinzen wurde und nach dem Misserfolg seiner Steuer- und Machtpolitik in Delhi abdanken musste. Nizam al-Mulk machte sich 1724 mit Hilfe der Marathen in Hyderabad selbständig, wurde vom Mogulherrscher anerkannt und stellte so weiterhin einen wichtigen Faktor der indischen Politik dar. Die Herren von Hyderabad, die weiterhin den Titel Nizam trugen, verbündeten sich während der Auseinandersetzungen zwischen East India Company, Franzosen und den Marathen mit der britischen Seite. Dafür wurden sie mit einer Bestandsgarantie für ihren Staat belohnt. Im Vertrag von Hyderabad 1804 erhielt sie die bis dahin umstrittene Provinz Berar. Aber 1853 musste Hyderabad Berar als Gegenleistung für die Stationierung von Truppen an die Briten verpfänden; 1903 wurde es, auf Vorschlag der mächtigen Manchester Chamber of Commerce, die in die Region zur Baumwoll-Monokultur nutzen wollte, administrativ mit den britischen Central Provinces vereinigt und niemals an Hyderabad zurückgegeben. Trotzdem wurde der jeweilige Kronprinz Von Hyderabad als Prince of Berar bezeichnet. Im 19. und frühen 20 spielten die Nizams eine bedeutende Rolle als Mäzene der indisch-islamischen Kultur und der Urdu-Literatur. Unter den Fürsten Britisch-Indiens nahmen sie protokollarisch den ersten Rang ein. Für die meisten Hindus stellte die Herrschaft einer muslimischen Dynastie über eine hinduistische Bevölkerungsmehrheit von 88 Prozent jedoch einen Stein des Anstoßes dar. 1941 hatte Hyderabad (The Nizams’s Domions) eine Fläche von 214.187 km² und 16,6 Millionen Einwohner. Nachdem Großbritannien 1947 auf seine Rechte als Paramount Power verzichtete und seine Kolonie auf in die Unabhängigkeit entließ, wollte der Nizam Hyderabad als eigenen Staat erhalten, war aber zu einer Kooperation mit Indien bereit und schloss am 29. November ein Stillhalteabkommen mit Indien für ein Jahr und erklärte sich zur Zusammenarbeit auf den Gebieten Äußeres, Verteidigung und Kommunikation bereit. Aber im September besetzte Indien in einer „Polizeiaktion“ das Land, und der Nizam musste am 25. Januar 1950 der Indischen Union beitreten. Hyderabad blieb aber bis zum 31. Oktober 1956 ein eigener Bundesstaat mit dem Nizam als Rajpramukh an der Spitze. Dann wurde es im Zuge der administrativen Neugliederung Indiens entlang der Sprachgrenzen auf die Staaten Karnataka, Maharashtra und Andhra Pradesh aufgeteilt. Die gleichnamige Stadt Hyderabad wurde Hauptstadt des letzteren. Von 1869 bis zum 31. März 1950 hatte Hyderabad eine eigene Staatspost mit eigenen Briefmarken.

Nawab of the Carnatic
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ニザーム藩王国(ニザームはんおうこく)は、1724年から1948年までの間、インド亜大陸に存在した藩王国。「ニザーム」の称号を持つ、ムスリム(イスラム教徒)の藩王によって統治された。首都はハイダラーバード(ハイデラバード)。ハイダラーバード藩王国とも呼ばれる。

Der indische Fürstenstaat Hyderabad auf der Hochebene des Dekkan existierte zwischen 1724 und 1948/56. Er entstand, als der Mogulpolitiker Asif Jah I. (†1748), der den Ehrentitel Nizām al-Mulk (= Ordnung des Reiches) trug, Vizekönig von sechs Dekkan-Provinzen wurde und nach dem Misserfolg seiner Steuer- und Machtpolitik in Delhi abdanken musste. Nizam al-Mulk machte sich 1724 mit Hilfe der Marathen in Hyderabad selbständig, wurde vom Mogulherrscher anerkannt und stellte so weiterhin einen wichtigen Faktor der indischen Politik dar. Die Herren von Hyderabad, die weiterhin den Titel Nizam trugen, verbündeten sich während der Auseinandersetzungen zwischen East India Company, Franzosen und den Marathen mit der britischen Seite. Dafür wurden sie mit einer Bestandsgarantie für ihren Staat belohnt. Im Vertrag von Hyderabad 1804 erhielt sie die bis dahin umstrittene Provinz Berar. Aber 1853 musste Hyderabad Berar als Gegenleistung für die Stationierung von Truppen an die Briten verpfänden; 1903 wurde es, auf Vorschlag der mächtigen Manchester Chamber of Commerce, die in die Region zur Baumwoll-Monokultur nutzen wollte, administrativ mit den britischen Central Provinces vereinigt und niemals an Hyderabad zurückgegeben. Trotzdem wurde der jeweilige Kronprinz Von Hyderabad als Prince of Berar bezeichnet. Im 19. und frühen 20 spielten die Nizams eine bedeutende Rolle als Mäzene der indisch-islamischen Kultur und der Urdu-Literatur. Unter den Fürsten Britisch-Indiens nahmen sie protokollarisch den ersten Rang ein. Für die meisten Hindus stellte die Herrschaft einer muslimischen Dynastie über eine hinduistische Bevölkerungsmehrheit von 88 Prozent jedoch einen Stein des Anstoßes dar. 1941 hatte Hyderabad (The Nizams’s Domions) eine Fläche von 214.187 km² und 16,6 Millionen Einwohner. Nachdem Großbritannien 1947 auf seine Rechte als Paramount Power verzichtete und seine Kolonie auf in die Unabhängigkeit entließ, wollte der Nizam Hyderabad als eigenen Staat erhalten, war aber zu einer Kooperation mit Indien bereit und schloss am 29. November ein Stillhalteabkommen mit Indien für ein Jahr und erklärte sich zur Zusammenarbeit auf den Gebieten Äußeres, Verteidigung und Kommunikation bereit. Aber im September besetzte Indien in einer „Polizeiaktion“ das Land, und der Nizam musste am 25. Januar 1950 der Indischen Union beitreten. Hyderabad blieb aber bis zum 31. Oktober 1956 ein eigener Bundesstaat mit dem Nizam als Rajpramukh an der Spitze. Dann wurde es im Zuge der administrativen Neugliederung Indiens entlang der Sprachgrenzen auf die Staaten Karnataka, Maharashtra und Andhra Pradesh aufgeteilt. Die gleichnamige Stadt Hyderabad wurde Hauptstadt des letzteren. Von 1869 bis zum 31. März 1950 hatte Hyderabad eine eigene Staatspost mit eigenen Briefmarken.

Nawab
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A Nawab or Nawaab was originally the subedar (provincial governor) or viceroy of a subah (province) or region of the Mughal empire. It became a high title for Muslim nobles.

Nawab ist ein historischer Herrschertitel in Südasien. Im Mogulreich in Indien bedeutete das Wort ursprünglich einen Abgesandten des Kaisers oder Vizekönig, später erhielt der Titel die Bedeutung „Provinzgouverneur“. In der Zeit des Niedergangs des Mogulreiches in der ersten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts konnten viele Provinzgouverneure eigene erbliche Fürstendynastien gründen, behielten aber den Titel „Nawab“ und regierten der Form nach weiterhin im Namen des Mogulkaisers, um nicht die Legitimität ihrer Herrschaft herauszufordern. Daraufhin wurde „Nawab“ zum typischen Titel eines muslimischen Herrschers auf dem Subkontinent. Allerdings gab es auch andere Titel moslemischer Provinzfürsten wie vor allem der des Nizams von Hyderabad. Nicht-moslemische Fürsten waren als Rajas, Raos oder Maharajahs betitelt. Zur Zeit der Absetzung des letzten Moguln und der Etablierung des britischen Kaiserreichs Indien nach dem großen Aufstand von 1857 hatten die Herrscher folgender Territorien diesen Titel: Avadh (1856 abgesetzt), Bahawalpur, Baoni, Banganapalle, Basoda, Bhopal, Cambay, Isa Khel (heute Pakistan), Jaora, Junagadh, Kalabagh (heute Pakistan), Kurnool, Kurwai, Malerkotla, Manavadar, Muhammadgarh, Palanpur, Pataudi, Radhanpur, Rampur, Sachin und Tonk. Die Nawabs von Bengalen waren von den Briten schon früher abgesetzt worden. Der Titel für die Gemahlin eines Nawabs ist Begum.

Nikhil Siddharth
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Nikhil Siddharth (1 June 1985-) is an actor in the Telugu film industry - Tollywood in India. Nikhil started out as an assistant director for the film Hyderabad Nawabs. He did minor roles in various movies before doing Happy Days, the first movie in Tollywood with an overseas release date earlier than the Indian release. Directed by the National award winner Sekhar Kammula, Nikhil plays the role of an MLA's (member of Legislative Assembly) son.

Nikhil Siddharth (1 June 1985-) is an actor in the Telugu film industry - Tollywood in India. Nikhil started out as an assistant director for the film Hyderabad Nawabs. He did minor roles in various movies before doing Happy Days, the first movie in Tollywood with an overseas release date earlier than the Indian release. Directed by the National award winner Sekhar Kammula, Nikhil plays the role of an MLA's (member of Legislative Assembly) son. Happy Days is one among a few low budget movies made in 2007 that managed to become a huge commercial success. His newest release Ankit, Pallavi & Friends released in September 2008. His next release is Yuvatha, expected in the end of 2008.

Anupama Verma
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Anupama Verma is a model from Delhi. Her first modeling assignment was with Shekhar Kapur for Digjam suiting. It was rumored that she was the reason for the split between Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi. In 2006 she starred in the Indian reality show Bigg Boss later, she was evicted and replaced with Rakhi Sawant. On the show Bigg Boss, Anupama had developed a relationship with model Aryan Vaid.

Anupama Verma is a model from Delhi. Her first modeling assignment was with Shekhar Kapur for Digjam suiting. It was rumored that she was the reason for the split between Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi. In 2006 she starred in the Indian reality show Bigg Boss later, she was evicted and replaced with Rakhi Sawant. On the show Bigg Boss, Anupama had developed a relationship with model Aryan Vaid. Aryan was supposedly madly in love with Anupama and was very emotional when they parted when he got evicted from the show before Anupama. In the final episode of the show, it was discovered that the beautiful relationship that started on the show could not last in the real world. An emotional Anupama said that Aryan was not the same person outside and she could not relate to him anymore. She also acted in Doordarshan channel's serial program "Ankhen" where she plays the protaganist, who can forsee crimes that are immediately committed after she has seen them.

Devdi
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Anupama Verma is a model from Delhi. Her first modeling assignment was with Shekhar Kapur for Digjam suiting. It was rumored that she was the reason for the split between Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi. In 2006 she starred in the Indian reality show Bigg Boss later, she was evicted and replaced with Rakhi Sawant. On the show Bigg Boss, Anupama had developed a relationship with model Aryan Vaid. Aryan was supposedly madly in love with Anupama and was very emotional when they parted when he got evicted from the show before Anupama. In the final episode of the show, it was discovered that the beautiful relationship that started on the show could not last in the real world. An emotional Anupama said that Aryan was not the same person outside and she could not relate to him anymore. She also acted in Doordarshan channel's serial program "Ankhen" where she plays the protaganist, who can forsee crimes that are immediately committed after she has seen them.

Tamil Nadu
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Tamil Nadu is one of the 28 states of India. Its capital and largest city is Chennai (formerly known as Madras). Tamil Nadu lies in the southernmost part of the Indian Peninsula and is bordered by Puducherry (Pondicherry), Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It is bound by the Eastern Ghats in the north, the Nilgiri, the Anamalai Hills, and Palakkad on the west, by the Bay of Bengal in the east, the Gulf of Mannar, the Palk Strait in the south east, and by the Indian Ocean in the south.

Tamil Nadu ist der südlichste Bundesstaat Indiens mit einer Fläche von 130.266 km² und 64.445.183 Einwohnern . Die Hauptstadt Tamil Nadus ist Chennai (ehemals Madras). Tamil Nadu entstand 1956 entlang der Sprachgrenze des Tamil, das aufgrund seiner mindestens 2000 Jahre zurückreichenden Literaturgeschichte als eine der klassischen Sprachen Indiens gilt, und hieß zunächst Madras. Erst am 14. Januar 1969 erhielt der Staat seinen heutigen Namen, der wörtlich entweder als „tamilisches Land“ oder als „Land der tamilischen Sprache“ interpretiert werden kann.

2007 Premier Hockey League
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The 2007 Premier Hockey League Season was the third season of the Premier Hockey League, and was played in two phases in Chennai and Chandigarh. 7 teams participated: Orissa Steelers, Sher-e-Jalandhar, Bangalore Lions, Hyderabad Sultans, Maratha Warriors, Chandigarh Dynamos and Chennai Veerans. Orissa Steelers won the title in 2007. Sher-e-Jalandhar was the runners up.

The 2007 Premier Hockey League Season was the third season of the Premier Hockey League, and was played in two phases in Chennai and Chandigarh. 7 teams participated: Orissa Steelers, Sher-e-Jalandhar, Bangalore Lions, Hyderabad Sultans, Maratha Warriors, Chandigarh Dynamos and Chennai Veerans. Orissa Steelers won the title in 2007. Sher-e-Jalandhar was the runners up.

Mohamed Ali Khan Walajan
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Mohamed Ali Khan Wala jah (1717 – 1795) was the Nawab of Arcot in India and an ally of the British East India Company. Muhammad Ali was born to Anwaruddin Muhammed Khan, by his second wife, Nawab Fakhr un-nisa Begum Sahiba, a niece of Sayyid 'Ali Khan Safawi ul-Musawi, of Persia, sometime Naib suba of Trichonopoly on 7 July 1723 at Delhi.

Mohamed Ali Khan Wala jah (1717 – 1795) was the Nawab of Arcot in India and an ally of the British East India Company. Muhammad Ali was born to Anwaruddin Muhammed Khan, by his second wife, Nawab Fakhr un-nisa Begum Sahiba, a niece of Sayyid 'Ali Khan Safawi ul-Musawi, of Persia, sometime Naib suba of Trichonopoly on 7 July 1723 at Delhi.

Kalhora
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Kalhora or Kalhoro Sindhi: (ڪلهوڙا) is the name of a Sindhi tribe in Sindh, Pakistan.

Kalhora or Kalhoro Sindhi: (ڪلهوڙا) is the name of a Sindhi tribe in Sindh, Pakistan.

Anwaruddin Muhammed Khan
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Kalhora or Kalhoro Sindhi: (ڪلهوڙا) is the name of a Sindhi tribe in Sindh, Pakistan.

Bagh Lingampally
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Bagh Lingampally has grown into a well known commercial and residential suburb of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. It has become one of the many major centers of Hyderabad. It has been a home to some Nawabs in the past and this area used to be full of fruit gardens belonging to them, that is why the prefix ‘Bagh'. The place had a small village called Lingampally which had a tank where queens used to have their bath in those days.

Bagh Lingampally has grown into a well known commercial and residential suburb of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. It has become one of the many major centers of Hyderabad. It has been a home to some Nawabs in the past and this area used to be full of fruit gardens belonging to them, that is why the prefix ‘Bagh'. The place had a small village called Lingampally which had a tank where queens used to have their bath in those days. The suburb has gained importance since it has close proximity to RTC X Roads,Chikkadpally, Barkatpura, Himayathnagar, Nallakunta, Koti etc. This suburb is a mixture of the Old and New City cultures of Hyderabad.

Zulfikhar Ali Khan
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Zulfikhar Ali Khan was the son of Nawab Azad Khan, Wazir (minister) of the Mughal Empire. He and his forefathers exercised powerful influence in the Court of the Mughal Empire. The Emperor Aurungazeb had sent a large army to the South to fight with the Marathas, and Zulfikhar Ali Khan was its Commander-in-Chief. With him came Kam Baksh, the youngest son of the Emperor to the South. In 1689, Zulfikhar Ali Khan laid siege to Gingee. But he was defeated in 1690 by the Marathas.

Zulfikhar Ali Khan was the son of Nawab Azad Khan, Wazir (minister) of the Mughal Empire. He and his forefathers exercised powerful influence in the Court of the Mughal Empire. The Emperor Aurungazeb had sent a large army to the South to fight with the Marathas, and Zulfikhar Ali Khan was its Commander-in-Chief. With him came Kam Baksh, the youngest son of the Emperor to the South. In 1689, Zulfikhar Ali Khan laid siege to Gingee. But he was defeated in 1690 by the Marathas. However, in the same year he was created "Nawab of the Carnatic" by the Emperor, Aurungazeb, being made subject to the Subahdar (Viceroy) of the Deccan, the Nizam of Hyderabad. Though he was defeated in 1690 by the Marathas, Zulfikhar Ali Khan was not to leave the Marathas to go on. He made all efforts to gather men, ammunition and money for a successful war with them. In 1697, he rose against the Marathas with a strong reinforcement and defeated them near Tanjore. In 1698, he recaptured Gingee also. In the critical efforts of Zulfikhar Ali Khan, to strengthen his army, Fort St. George's Governor Elihu Yale, the founder of Yale college, later to grow into Yale University in the United States. , helped in all possible ways. When a rebellion broke out in the Mughal army in latter years, Governor Yale rushed to Zulfikhar's rescue and the rebellion was suppressed by Zulfikhar Ali Khan. Zulfikhar Ali Khan had a friendly relationship with the English East India Company and with Governor Yale in particular. To improve their relationship with the Nawab, the East India Company used to send him presents now and then and assist him at the time of his need. In return for the assistance extended by the East India Company, during the war against the Marathas and the rebellion, Zulfikhar Ali Khan obtained "firmans" confirming the existing grants for the factories of Madras, Masulipatnam, Madapallam, Vizagapatam, Fort St. David, Cuddalore and Porto Novo and making new grants of Egmore, Purasawalkam and Tondiarpet. Zulfikhar Ali Khan, being the son of a responsible Officer of the Empire, enjoyed great influence with the Emperor, apart from being the Commander of the Mughal Army. He was the Governor of all the territories of the Emperor, South of the River Krishna. As the events went, it was the strong will and tireless efforts of Zulfikhar Ali Khan that made possible the recapture of the lost territories of the Mughals from the Marathas. It can therefore be said that he had earned the title of the Nawab by dint of his tireless efforts rather than bestowed with it.

Hungama In Dubai
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Hungama In Dubai is the part of the series of movies based on the Hyderabadi lingo theme that following The Angrez and Hyderabadi Nawabs. Plot: Ajju and Mujju are crooks who've just got out of jail after a 7-year stint. Most people who've gotten out of jail want to forget the past and look forward to a completely new future, and Ajju and Mujju are no different – they want to completely forget the petty crimes they committed, and aim for really big-time fraud now.

Hungama In Dubai is the part of the series of movies based on the Hyderabadi lingo theme that following The Angrez and Hyderabadi Nawabs. Plot: Ajju and Mujju are crooks who've just got out of jail after a 7-year stint. Most people who've gotten out of jail want to forget the past and look forward to a completely new future, and Ajju and Mujju are no different – they want to completely forget the petty crimes they committed, and aim for really big-time fraud now. And so they land a chai shop owner Nawab Sahab and con him into selling off all his property for Rs. 2 crore, promising him they'll make a huge movie with it and make him really rich. The trio land in Dubai for the "shooting", meanwhile Ajju and Mujju live life lavishly for a few days, checking into the most expensive of hotels, throwing wads of dollars into club dancers and generally exhausting money even faster than your liveliness. Nawab Sahab is thus conned by the and is slow he is to realize what is happening. As the film progresses, there's a romance between Mujju and an Indian girl in Dubai and also Ajju has an affair with an Indian girl looking for a job who has landed in Dubai. As the trio start realizing that they are running out of money, the relationships starts changing. Ajju and Mujju dump Nawab. Soon they discover a bag full of money which they Later in the movie is a chase scene depicting the trio. The movie featured some good song sequence and excellent locations in and around Dubai.

Lucknow
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Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh in India. Lucknow is the administrative headquarters of Lucknow District and Lucknow Division. According to Government of India, the Lucknow district is one of the ninety Minority Concentrated Districts in India, shown by 2001 census data on population, socio-economic indicators and basic amenities indicators. Located in what was historically known as the Awadh region, Lucknow has always been a multicultural city.

Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh in India. Lucknow is the administrative headquarters of Lucknow District and Lucknow Division. According to Government of India, the Lucknow district is one of the ninety Minority Concentrated Districts in India, shown by 2001 census data on population, socio-economic indicators and basic amenities indicators. Located in what was historically known as the Awadh region, Lucknow has always been a multicultural city. Courtly manners, beautiful gardens, poetry, music, and fine cuisine patronized by the Persian-loving Shia Nawabs of the city are well known amongst Indians and students of South Asian culture and history. Lucknow is popularly known as the The City of Nawabs. It is also known as the Golden City of the East, Shiraz-i-Hind and The Constantinople of India. The All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) was formed at the Lucknow session of the Indian National Congress in 11 April 1936 with the legendary nationalist Swami Sahajanand Saraswati elected as its first President, in order to mobilise peasant grievances against the zamindari attacks on their occupancy rights, and thus sparking the Farmers' movement in India . Lucknow has Asia's first human DNA bank. This is world's second bank having DNA identification system (DIS) and has been established in the Biotech park under the public private partnership with IQRA Biotech Services. Today, Lucknow is a vibrant city that is witnessing an economic boom and is among the top ten fastest growing metro cities of India and is the second largest city of Uttar Pradesh after Kanpur. Straddling across the river Gomti, modern Lucknow is a bustling metropolis. Historically, it was a centre of Urdu literature.

Awadh
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Awadh, also known in various British historical texts as Oudh, Oundh, or Oude, is a region in the centre of the modern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which was before Independence known as the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. The traditional capital of Awadh has been Lucknow, the capital of the modern day Uttar Pradesh.

Awadh, also known in various British historical texts as Oudh, Oundh, or Oude, is a region in the centre of the modern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which was before Independence known as the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. The traditional capital of Awadh has been Lucknow, the capital of the modern day Uttar Pradesh. The modern definition of Awadh geographically includes the districts of Ambedkar Nagar, Bahraich, Balrampur, Barabanki, Faizabad, Gonda, Hardoi, Lakhimpur Kheri, Lucknow, Pratapgarh, Allahabad, Raebareli, Shravasti, Sitapur, Sultanpur, and Unnao. A strip of the northern areas of the region now lies with Nepal. The region is home to a distinct dialect, Awadhi, spoken by Awadhis.

Anantapur
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Awadh, also known in various British historical texts as Oudh, Oundh, or Oude, is a region in the centre of the modern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which was before Independence known as the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. The traditional capital of Awadh has been Lucknow, the capital of the modern day Uttar Pradesh. The modern definition of Awadh geographically includes the districts of Ambedkar Nagar, Bahraich, Balrampur, Barabanki, Faizabad, Gonda, Hardoi, Lakhimpur Kheri, Lucknow, Pratapgarh, Allahabad, Raebareli, Shravasti, Sitapur, Sultanpur, and Unnao. A strip of the northern areas of the region now lies with Nepal. The region is home to a distinct dialect, Awadhi, spoken by Awadhis.

Patna
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Patna é a capital do estado do Bihar, na Índia. Localiza-se nas margens do rio Ganges. Tem cerca de 1 809 000 habitantes.

Patna ist die Hauptstadt des Bundesstaates Bihar, im Nordosten Indiens. Es war früher bekannt unter den Namen Kusumpura, Pushpapura, Pataliputra und bei Muslimen Asimabad. Patna liegt an den südlichen Ufern des Ganges, hat 1.458.800 Einwohner, als Agglomeration 1.808.900 (Stand jeweils 1. Januar 2004) und ist ein wichtiges Landhandelszentrum.

Achalpur
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Achalpur, formerly known as Ellichpur and Illychpur, is a city and a municipal council in Amravati District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It has a twin city known as Paratwada.

Achalpur (o Ellichpur) è una città dell'India di 107.304 abitanti, situata nel distretto di Amravati, nello stato federato del Maharashtra. In base al numero di abitanti la città rientra nella classe I (da 100.000 persone in su).

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