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A city of west-central India east of Ahmadabad. A Hindu pilgrimage site, it is one of the oldest cities in India and was a noted center of Sanskrit learning.
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(Placename) a city in W central India, in Madhya Pradesh: one of the seven sacred cities of the Hindus; a major agricultural trade centre. Pop: 429 933 (2001)
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or U•jain

(ˈu dʒaɪn)

a city in W Madhya Pradesh, in W central India: one of the seven holy cities of India. 362,633.
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Summary: Secunderabad (Telangana) [India] July 21 (ANI): Devotees from different parts of the state on Sunday queued up at Ujjaini Mahankali temple to celebrate Bonalu festival.
Ujjaini Kushari (*), Saniya Sidhu (*), Kasturi Tahlani (*) and Sayantani Chatterjee (**)
Buddhist communities existed in several places like Vidisha and Ujjaini: the importance of the former on account of his spouse Devi, we have noted already.
Ujjaini Mukhopadhyay and Justin Callahan, Leland High School, "California Drought and El Nino: A Study of the Effects of Drought and El Nino on Fertility of the Topsoil"
Sayonita Ghosh Hajra, Department of Mathematics, University of Georgia; Ujjaini Das, Department of Geography, University of Georgia.
She was in a so-called trance and making a forecast for the year ahead as part of the customary "Rangam" (looking in to the future) tradition that is an important element of the annual Bonalu festival at the Ujjaini Mahankali temple in Secunderabad on Monday.
He is a Brahmin who visits Ujjaini to become a royal poet.
Revisiting the informal sector: A general equilibrium approach, by Sarbajit Chaudhuri and Ujjaini Mukhopadhyay, New York, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London: Springer, 2010, xiv + 243 pp., US$139.00/99.95 [euro] (hardcover), ISBN: 978-1-4419-1193-3