Vindhya Pradesh
geographical name former state NE central India capital Rewa; became (1956) part of Madhya Pradesh

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Vindhya Pradesh — (Hindī: विन्द्य प्रदेश, Urdū: وِندے پردیش) is a former state of India. It was created in 1948, shortly after Indian independence, from the territories of the princely states in the eastern portion of the former Central India Agency. The eastern… …   Wikipedia

  • Vindhya Pradesh — Die größeren Staaten von Vindhya Pradesh Vindhya Pradesh war eine Union von Fürstenstaaten in Zentralindien in den Regionen Bundelkhand und Baghelkhand südlich von Benares (Varanasi). Sie entstand am 4. April 1948 durch den Zusammenschluss von 35 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Vindhya Pradesh — /preuh daysh , desh / a former state in central India: now part of Madhya Pradesh. * * * …   Universalium

  • Vindhya Pradesh — /ˌvɪndjə praˈdɛʃ/ (say .vindyuh prah desh) noun a former state in central India; now part of Madhya Pradesh …   Australian English dictionary

  • Vindhya Pradesh — /preuh daysh , desh / a former state in central India: now part of Madhya Pradesh …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pradesh — refers to a province or state in various South Asian languages. It is written प्रदेश in Devanagari script (used for Hindi, Bhojpuri, Marathi, and Nepali), প্রদেশ in Eastern Nagari script (used for Assamese prôdex , Bengali prodesh , and… …   Wikipedia

  • Vindhya — Carte de localisation du Vindhya. Géographie Altitude 1 048 m, Amarkantak Longueur 1 000 km …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Vindhya Range — [vin′dyə] chain of hills across central India, north of the Narbada River, marking the N edge of the Deccan Plateau: also called Vindhya Mountains (or Hills) * * * ▪ hills, India       broken range of hills forming the southern escarpment of the… …   Universalium

  • Vindhya Range — The Vindhya Range (Sanskrit: विन्‍ध्य) is a range of older rounded mountains and hills in the west central Indian subcontinent, which geographically separates the Indian subcontinent into northern India (the Indo Gangetic plain) and Southern… …   Wikipedia

  • Vindhya — Das Vindhyagebirge während des Monsuns Das Vindhyagebirge ist ein bis zu 1100 Meter hoher Gebirgszug in Zentralindien. Er erstreckt sich über rund 1000 Kilometer in West Ost Richtung vom äußersten Osten des Bundesstaates Gujarat bis in den… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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