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Ko·ta

 (kō′tə)
A city of northwest India south-southwest of Delhi. Enclosed by a massive wall, it is an agricultural market and has many fine temples.
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Kota

(ˈkəʊtə) or

Kotah

n
(Placename) a city in NW India, in Rajasthan on the Chambal River: textile industry. op.: 695 899 (2001)
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Kota - a member of the Dravidian people living in the Nilgiri Hills in southern IndiaKota - a member of the Dravidian people living in the Nilgiri Hills in southern India
Dravidian - a member of one of the aboriginal races of India (pushed south by Caucasians and now mixed with them)
2.Kota - a Dravidian language spoken by the Kota
South Dravidian - a Dravidian language spoken primarily in southern India
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References in classic literature ?
Why, even the tiny balu of the tribe of Go-lat, the great ape, was better fitted to survive than these, for a balu could at least escape the numerous creatures that menaced its existence, while with the possible exception of Kota, the tortoise, none moved so slowly as did helpless and feeble man.
Over 1 500 SASKO Premium White Bread loaves were transformed into traditional and new-style kotas in celebration of kasi food.
On 8 to 9 September, over 6000 people flocked to the Walter Sisulu Square in Soweto to celebrate the second SASKO Soweto Kota Festival.
Lungie Mnyamana, SASKO brand manager, says: 'We are all overjoyed at the success of the 2018 Soweto Kota Festival, it is such an honour for the SASKO brand to be part of such a vibrant event in the heart of Soweto.
South Africa is known for its Bread Culture -- be it a gatsby, bunny chow or a Kota -- it is a big part of all our lives and makes up our heritage.'
Helen Kotas was a pioneer as the first female principal brass player in a major symphony orchestra and helped open the door for women in US orchestras.
Details of Kotas's life and career as a horn player are scattered among several documents and in the memories of students and friends.
In that year, the Chicago Symphony hired its first female brass musician, principal hornist Helen Kotas. (1) With that daring move, she became a pioneer for her gender in the major orchestras of North America.
Helen Anne Kotas was born on June 7, 1916 to Bohemian immigrants, Rudolph and Mamie Kotas.
The Festival will take place on 8 and 9 September this year and will see traditional kasi inspired kotas, and innovative new-age kotas on offer to those who attend.
SASKO, the experts in milling and baking, is proud to announce its renewed sponsorship of the Soweto Kota Festival in 2018.
Lungie Mnyamana, SASKO brand manager, says: 'SASKO came on board as the first sponsor of The Soweto Kota Festival last year and we are excited to be back and growing with this property.