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Bagh

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Bagh is a census town in Dhar district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is renowned due to the famous Bagh Caves, which are late 4th- to 6th-century Buddhist rock-cut chambers with exquisite murals. The name of the town stems from the caves - according to local legend there were living tigers in these abandoned Buddhist caves.

Miscellanea

Bagh: Bāgh or Baug, usually translated garden, refers to an enclosed area with permanent cultures as well as flowers. It usually has Irano-Islamic architectural elements. Also known as Bageecha or Bagicha.

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Google previewMoghul colour decoration of Agra (1901)

The Baland Bagh is a garden which belonged to Baland Kh a, n, one of J a h a n g 1 r's eunuchs. The Sat Kuiya, is a great pile of masonry overhanging the river, consisting of seven wells, or lifts, by means of which water was obtained from the ...

Google previewHandbook to India, Burma, and Ceylon (1920)

The Lal Bagh is a garden 2 m. E. of the Fort on the other side of the Ganjam suburb, which intervenes between it and the Darya Daulat. It contains the mausoleum of Hyder 'Ali and Tipu§Sultan, a square building surmounted by a dome, with ...

Google previewA handbook for travellers in India, Burma, and Ceylon (1908)

including the provinces of Bengal, Bombay, Madras, the United Provinces of Agra and Lucknow, the Panjab, the North-West Frontier Province, Beluchistan ... etc by Herbert Charles Fanshawe

The Lai Bagh is a garden 2 m. E. of the Fort on the other side of the Ganjam suburb, which intervenes between it and the Darya Daulat. It contains the mausoleum of Hyder 'Ali and Tipu Sultan, a square building surmounted by a dome, with ...

Google previewA Handbook for Travellers in India, Ceylon and Burma (1894)

Including the Provinces of Bengal, Bombay, and Madras, the Panjab, North-west Provinces, Rajputana, Central Provinces, Mysore, Etc., the Native States Assam and Cashmere by John Murray (Firm)

The Lai Bagh is a garden on the other side of ...

Google previewA Handbook for Travellers in India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon (1892)

The Lal Bagh is a garden on the other side of Ganjam, which suburb intervenes between it and the Darya Danlat. It contains the mausoleum of Haidar and Tipu, a square building surmounted by a dome, with minarets at the angles, and ...

Google previewThe Making of Punjab (2003)

by Harish Jain

The Jalliawala Bagh is an important place connected with the freedom struggle. It was here that about 2000freedom lovers fell to the bullets of the British and a memorial has been built at this place to commemorate this event. RAM TIRATH It is ...

Google previewRBS Visitors Guide INDIA - Maharashtra (2015)

Maharashtra Travel Guide by Data and Expo India Pvt Ltd, Ashutosh Goyal

Bagh. Laid out by the Bhonsale rulers of erstwhile state of Nagpur, Maharaj Bagh is an garden situated on the banks of river Nag and houses more than 250 species of trees and a zoo.

Google previewAgra's Taj Mahal - India Travel Guide

The Char Bagh is a rectangular garden, stretching between the entrance and the mausoleum. It is bisected by water-ways into four quarters, which lead to a pool at the centre. Cypress trees line the central aisle, while flower-bearing trees and ...

Google previewBritannica Student Encyclopedia (A-Z Set) (2012)

by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc

Lalh Bagh is an unfinished fort from the 16005. It includes a mosque, a tomb, and a museum. Many people in Dhaka work for the government. Banking, education, health care, and construction also bring money at in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is one ...

Google previewEcology, Ethnicity and Identity (1994)

by Sushma Suri

Punjabi Bagh is a posh area inhabitant by the educated and sophisticated population. They are from high socio-economic status and have all the facilities available to them. Govind Puri is underdeveloped area with backward population .

Google previewThe Amritsar Massacre (2011)

The Untold Story of One Fateful Day by Nick Lloyd

But now the Jallianwala Bagh is a tranquil place. Visitors humbly wander around its pathways, inevitably ending up at the far side where a large brick monument, representing the flame of liberty, now stands. The monument is the heart of the ...

Google previewThe Dublin University Magazine (1844)

Bagh is a large town, with little about it to attract attention, with the exception of a fine mausoleum, which, like that at Sukker, was turned to the use of our troops when the army passed en route to Affghanistan. On the 14th we reached Dadur, ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of India (2006)

by Surjit Mansingh

JALLIANWALA BAGH MASSACRE. This event was a landmark in the history of modern India. Jallianwala Bagh is a walled garden in the city of Amritsar where unarmed people gathered to celebrate the Sikh festival of Baisakh on April 13, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of India (2005)

by Sunita Pant Bansal

Important tourist sites include the Jalianwala Bagh and the city of Chandigarh. Golden Temple: The Golden Temple was built by the fifth Sikh guru, Arjan Singh, to house the Granth Sahib - the holy book of the Sikhs. The Sikh ruler Ranjit Singh ...

Google previewAn English and Oordoo School Dictionary, in Roman Characters: with the Accentuation of the Oordoo Words Calculated to Facilitate Their Pronunciation by Europeans (1841)

by Joseph T. Thompson

goodgoodána ; rijhāna, bagh bagh k. Ticklish, a goodgóodiya; chūnchul, be-kurár Tide, s. bhātha-joár, churhāoootár, mudd o jūr Tidings, s. khúbur, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Cults, Sects, and New Religions (2002)

by James R. Lewis

Following Misra's death, there was a split between two camps, which later became more popularly known as Soami Bagh and Dayal Bagh. These two groups, though occupying property across the street from each other, are extremely ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Afghan Wars, Revolutions, and Insurgencies (2005)

by Ludwig W. Adamec

BAGH, BATTLE OF. A village on the British side of the Durand Line and the scene of two battles during the third Anglo-Afghan war. It was occupied by Afghan troops on May 4, 1919, as a move to cut off the water supply to Landi Kotal. On May ...

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