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Definition of the noun Ambala
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Ambala is a genus of Pyralidae, described by Ragonot in 1888.
- synonym: genus Ambala
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Lepidoptera
- family: Pyralidae
- genus: Emmalocera
Ambala is a city and a municipal corporation in Ambala district in the state of Haryana, India, located on the border with the state of Punjab and in proximity of the state capital Chandigarh. Politically; Ambala has two sub-areas: Ambala Cantonment and Ambala City, approximately 3 kilometers apart from each other, therefore it is also known as "Twin City". It has a large Indian Army and Indian Air Force presence within the confines of its cantonment area. Ambala separates the Ganges river network from the Indus river network and is surrounded by two rivers – Ghaggar and Tangri – to the north and to the south. Due to its geographical location, the Ambala district plays an important role in local tourism. Ramesh Mal is the new elected Mayor of Ambala Municipal Corporation.
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by Dr Malti Malik, Dinesh Bhatt, D R Khullar, Dr S K Jha, Anita Jain, Mala Aggarwal
Example, Ambala is a water divide between the Indus and the Ganga. 4. Both the river basins are in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Both flow through the rift valley. 5 . Right hand side tributary of the Ganga Yamuna. Left hand side tributaries of ...
As a matter of fact, Ambala is an ancient native city, dating back to the fourteenth century ; the cantonment, (comparatively) a thing of yesterday, having been first opened in 1843.
Loyal to Empire (2016)
The Life of General Sir Charles Monro, 1860-1929 by Patrick Crowley
Ambala is a long way from Surrey. Situated in the far north of India, now in the state of Haryana, bordering with the Punjab, it is still an important Indian Army and Air Force base. The battalion's eight companies were quickly despatched across ...
Fishery Management (1990)
Ambala is a big city which is well connected by rail and road. The fish markets are very primitive type having no organized system of drainage, lighting, water supply, storage, sanitation etc. Average fish arrival in market is 300 tonnes per year.
Calcutta Cook Book (1995)
by Minakshie Dasgupta, Bunny Gupta, Jaya Chaliha
Ambala is a sweet-and-sour dish of fish, vegetables or fruit. A sharp tasting fruit makes a tasty ambole or chutney. Amra (hog plum), chalta (elephant apple), green mango with shole maachh (murrel) make lip-smacking amboles. An organized ...
by THOMAS S. SMITH
Ambala is an 202 " Travels of a Hindu."
The Calcutta Review (1881)
Ambala is an 202 " Travels of a Hindu"
Memoirs of Zehir-Ed-Din Muhammed Baber, Empereur of Hindustan, Written by Himself, in the Jaghatai Turki, and Translated, Partly by the Late John Leyden, ... Partly by William Erskine ... with Notes and a Geographical and Historical Introduction .. (1826)
by Zahiraddin Muhammed Babur
Ambala is a small town, ...
Percussion Art Forms (2013)
by Karin Bindu
Inside the temple the ambalavasiam casts – ambala means temple, vasia means living. Inside the temple all time. That vegetarian eating, all time fresh, all time bath and never touch another body. Very quiet, so that model living the Mizhavu ...
An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon
AMBALA SAMBAL see AYTA, AMBALA. AMBELAU Alt. AMBLAU. Class. CMP, Central Maluku, Ambelau. Loc. Indonesia, Maluku. Ambelau Island off southeastern coast of Buru Island. Wae Tawa village on the coast of Buru, opposite Ambelau ...
by K.R. Gupta & Amita Gupta
The state is divided into four divisions — Ambala, Rohtak, Hissar and Gurgaon and 20 districts. Hindi is the main language here. Area, Population and Headquarters of Districts S.No. District Area (sq km) Population Headquarters t. Ambala 2.
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1901)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge
Cls-Sutlej States, a term first given to the Sikh principalities which arose south of the Sutlej in the end of the 18th century, and now includes the British districts of Umballa (Ambala), Lndhi- ana, Firozpur, Hissar, and the native states of Patiala, ...
by Ludwig W. Adamec
AMBALA CONFERENCE. The conference took place in March 1869 with Amir Shir Ali and Lord Mayo, the viceroy of India, in which the amir sought an alliance with Britain.
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- Ambala Trip Shed
GZB based WAP-7 loco - 30209 rests at UMB locomotive trip shed after completing its second duty of hauling in 54532 (KLK-UMB) Passenger in UMB station yard !!
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- Ambala Trip Shed
SSB based WDM-2S loco - 17217 rests at UMB locomotive trip shed !!
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