Vadodara

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Va·do·da·ra

 (və-dō′də-rä′) or Ba·ro·da (bə-rō′də)
A city of west-central India southeast of Ahmadabad. Once the capital of the princely state of Baroda, it is noted for its public buildings, palaces, and Hindu temples.

Vadodara

(wəˈdəʊdərə)
n
(Placename) a city in W India, in SE Gujarat: textile manufacturing. Pop: 1 306 035 (2001). Former name (until 1976): Baroda

Va•do•da•ra

(ˌvɑ doʊˈdɑr ə)
n.
1. a former state in W India.
2. a city in E Gujarat state, in W India: former capital of the state of Vadodara. 1,061,598. Formerly, Baroda.