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.'
Cairo Steps concert ad- press photo CAIRO -- 11 August 2019: Cairo Steps led by music composer and Oudh master Bassem Darwish will perform in the opening ceremony of Citadel Music festival scheduled to kick off on August 18.
The Saudi Food and Drug Administration has withdrawn the Dahn Oudh Powder produced by the UAE-based company Ajmal Perfume.
The vanilla accords along with rose and oudh give this fragrance an outstanding personality.
Every Ramadan new variants of concentrated fragrance oils which include pure floral essences, pure floral extracts with spicy inflexions and dhanal oudh are curated keeping in mind the varied regional scent preferences across GCC and to meet the surging demand for natural perfumes.
Title page of the newspaper Oudh [Awadh] Akhbar where Ratan Nath Sarshar's writings first appeared.
Apart from the latest launches, the highlight of the Rasasi's participation will be a discerning showcase of exclusive agarwood collection, where visitors will be able to sample oudh under the special guidance of Rasasi's oudh specialists.
Consumers today are more inclined towards fragrances with a fresh appeal like aqua, lavender, oudh for agarbathi as well.
The opening of Oudh Mehta Metro Station situated close by brings with it a steady flow of visitors.
John Zubrzycki will launch his book on Indian Magic, while Dr Rosie Llewellyn-Jones will take us to the court of the last ruler of Oudh, Wajid Ali Shah in her The Last King in India".
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 theatre.
Oudh incense are also available at the Summer Entertainment City.