Vindhya Range

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Vin·dhya Range

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


Vindhya Mountains

(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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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.
The stanza, however, may not describe a goddess temple, but rather the goddess in her wild habitat in the Vindhya mountains, thronged by animals and accompanied by the dense sounds of ghanta.
In 1897, John Buchanan opened a mission station at Amkhut in a remote area of the Vindhya Mountains.