Oudh


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Oudh

 (oud)
A historical region of north-central India. Dating from at least the 4th century ad, it was ruled by the Moguls after the 16th century and annexed by Great Britain in 1856. The annexation was a major cause of the Indian Mutiny (1857).

Oudh

(aʊd)
n
1. (Placename) a region of N India, in central Uttar Pradesh: annexed by Britain in 1856 and a centre of the Indian Mutiny (1857–58); joined with Agra in 1877, becoming the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh in 1902, which were renamed Uttar Pradesh in 1950
2. (Placename) another name for Ayodhya
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Down south they sell them - to zemindars and such-all of Oudh.
Salim Kalsekar, Managing Director of Rasasi Perfumes, attributes the company's strong performance to the continued diversification of the company's range and growing demand for traditional fragrances, such as oudh, among a new generation of consumers who are keen to celebrate their heritage, with sales of incense up 10% year-on-year, and oils increasing by 8%.
Advancing from the east, the British had become masters of Bengal, Oudh and Bihar.
Punjab National Bank was truly India's first National and swadeshi Bank, though an earlier Bank - Oudh Commercial Bank was established in 1881 and folded in 1958.
1856 Britain annexes Oudh, in India, increasing further hostility to British rule.
In 1855, the enactment of the play Inder Sabha (the Heavenly Court of Indra) written by Agha Hasan Amanat in the courtyard of the last Nawab of Oudh, Wajid Ali Shah, marked the beginning of Urdu theater.
They sample the different types of oudh and perfumes as well.
Salim Kalsekar, managing director of Rasasi Perfumes, attributes the company's strong performance to a growing retail footprint across the GCC, as well as continued diversification of the company's range and growing demand for traditional fragrances, such as oudh, among a new generation of consumers who are keen to celebrate their heritage.
Marwad Qatar specialises in homemade oudh incense and fragrances.
A police sergeant told prosecutors that they were informed about a theft in a hotel in Oudh Maitha.
In preparation to the holy month of Ramadan Bab Al Qasr Hotel & Residences are hosting an Oudh exhibitionby the luxury fragrance brand The House of Ajmal.
The gardens in Japan served as the inspiration for the designer's foray into fragrance; Eau De Rose is a floral/fresh juice, in which rose leads while a deeper exotic essence of oudh oil is said to create an amorous finish.