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Vin·dhya Range

 (vĭn′dyə)
A chain of hills in central India extending east-northeast for about 965 km (600 mi) and rising to approximately 915 m (3,000 ft).

Vindhya Range

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Vindhya Mountains

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(Placename) a mountain range in central India: separates the Ganges basin from the Deccan, marking the limits of northern and peninsular India. Greatest height: 1113 m (3651 ft)
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Direct) including laying and fitting of track line 1100mtrs in proposed contiguous depillaring panel -49lw-a top (in l-0 seam) and 45lw bottom (in l-1b seam) in western part of vindhya ug mine, pinoura sub area of johilla area.
Tenders are invited for Construction of 02 nos of air crossing at proposed depillaring panel -45lw top in l-0 seam (contiguous depillaring panel) at vindhya ug mine, pinoura sub area of johilla area.
Tenders are invited for Installation Of 02 Nos Gate Belt Conveyors At 44Le/43R And 37D/44Le Including 02 Nos Pony Belt Conveyors (1000 And 800Mm And 500M Total Structural Length) For Proposed Contiguous Depillaring Panel In L0 Top Seam Of Vindhya Ug Mine, Pinoura Sub Area
We here in the Vindhya Satpura area of the Church of North India want to celebrate the blessings and strength we enjoy in the Church, and especially among these are the people God has put in our midst.
Corresponding Author: Shri Vindhya, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Sri Sairam Institute of Technology, Chennai.
In the midst of the bustling city arcade at chankyapuri, in the heart of the vindhya region satna, stands the solitary and proud decade old 3-star edifice.
Similarly, the Allahabad University established the efficacy of traditional treatment of leucoderma by Kol tribes of Vindhya region of Uttar Pradesh during a study.
Yokochi presents the entire ninth-century myth cycle of Kausiki-Vindhyavasini, the dark and ferocious virgin goddess of the Vindhya Mountains, in Sanskrit with an English synopsis.
Kannada actress Vindhya, who recently attempted suicide, was discharged from the hospital on Sunday, 9 March 2014 and is currently out of danger.
Various welfare-schemes launched by the Chouhan government have helped the farmers in the Vindhya region in making more profit-value than that of farmers in Punjab.
After this, the gander is immediately directed to the jungly region at the foot of Mount Vindhya and then to Vindhya itself, both of which are occupied only by elephants, bees.
The burials are spread over a large area, including the Vindhya range, Deccan plateau and peninsular India, with some outliers in Jammu and Kashmir and the north-eastern parts of India (Banerjee 1956; Gururaja Rao 1972; Leshnik 1974; Sundara 1979; Brubaker 2001).