Vindhya Range

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Vin·dhya Range

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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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Though this romance may still be a southern phenomenon, brandy is no longer viewed as a glorified cough syrup on either side of the Vindhyas.
The quaint Mirzapur Be camera-ready at this picturesque city What: A town in the middle of the Vindhyas, it is picturesque, unknown and packs in three rivers, four forts, hills and waterfalls, and the carpet weaving heritage.
The airline plans to connect 10 cities with A320 family aircraft in the first year of its operations, with majority of services in the south of Vindhyas, connecting metros with tier-2 cities.
Both these hillocks in the Kaimura Vindhyas are dotted with rock paintings in red and white (possibly of the mesolithic period).
In fact, not one person from the south of the Vindhyas, from the states of Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, resisted the passage of the Bill, one of the most revolutionary legislations of our times.
The challenge made me fall back on the rule I follow with food from north of the Vindhyas.
The Naxals have made their presence felt in strategic locations like Dandakaranya, parts of Vindhyas and Western Ghats from West Bengal to Karnataka calling it as a "Red Corridor.
This paper briefly reports the results of some recent excavations conducted by the Uttar Pradesh State Archaeological Department under the leadership of the present author and their implications for understanding the beginning of iron-working in the Central Ganga Plain and the adjacent part of the Vindhyas.
Thus, Rikshaparvat, where sage Atri and his wife had performed penance, seems to have lain between Bengal and the Vindhyas.
With this small step, he sent out a powerful message that the government understands the dangers of imposing Hindi beyond the Vindhyas.
While most Indian food, especially the grub served north of Vindhyas, is known for being heavy on the stomach, Masala Klub tries to work its way around this gastronomic problem by using a lighter cooking medium (olive oil) or by roasting, rather than frying or deep frying its dishes.
The Naxals made their presence felt in strategic locations like Dandakaranya, parts of Vindhyas and Western Ghats from West Bengal to Karnataka calling it as a "Red Corridor.