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 (ăl′ə-hə-băd′, ä′lə-hə-bäd′)
A city of north-central India at the junction of the Yamuna and Ganges Rivers west of Varanasi. It was built on the site of an ancient Indo-Aryan holy city and is still a pilgrimage site for Hindus.
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(ˌæləhəˈbæd; -ˈbɑːd)
(Placename) a city in N India, in SE Uttar Pradesh at the confluence of the Ganges and Jumna Rivers: Hindu pilgrimage centre. Pop: 990 298 (2001)
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(ˌæl ə həˈbæd, ˌɑ lə hɑˈbɑd)

a city in SE Uttar Pradesh, in N India, on the Ganges. 806,486.
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[10.] Goel D, Sundaram C, Paul TR, Uppin SG, Prayaga AK, Panigrahi MK, et al.
Padhi, S., Paul, T.R., Challa, S., Prayaga, A.K., Rajappa, S., Raghunadharao, D., & Sarangi, R.
(7.) Padhi S, Kongara R, Uppin SG, Uppin MS, Prayaga AK, Challa S, et al.
Prayaga, "Pattern of biopsy-proven renal disease in a single center of south India: 19 years experience," Indian Journal of Nephrology, vol.
In the study conducted by Prayaga N Srinivas Moorthy et al, [16] nasal obstruction was the commonest nasal symptom.
Furthermore, Brown, Leeves and Prayaga (2013) found that considerable social pressure is exerted on migrants (often through their church affiliations) to donate extra funds when natural disasters strike their Pacific homelands.
Prayaga present the Indian contribution to the growth and development of New Zealand and the continuing practice of native Fiji Indian cultures in New Zealand.
Prayaga et al., "C4d staining in allograft biopsies," Indian Journal of Nephrology, vol.
He also built Karnameru (a magnificent temple at Varanasi) and a bathing ghat called Karnatirtha at Allahabad (Prayaga).