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Gomateswara: Karnataka famous for the year-old statue of Jain Sage carved out of a single stone. Guntur: in Andhra Pradesh; known for cotton manufacture.

Haldia: in West Bengal is known for a big oil refinery being set up in public sector.

Hampi: site of ruins of Vijayanagar—ancient capital of Vijayanagar Empire. It is in Karnataka. Hardwar: on the Ganga—where the Ganga leaves the mountains. It is one of the most sacred places of pilgrimage for the Hindus. Hazrat Bal: is a mosque in Srinagar in which relics of Prophet Mohammad are kept.

Hoshangabad: is situated on river Narmada. Howrah Bridge: a cantilever span bridge constructed over the river Hooghly connecting Howrah Railway Station with Kolkata. Hyderabad-Secunderabad: the twin-city is the capital of Andhra Pradesh. It is centrally situated for all-India communications. It stands on the river Musi.

Imphal: north-east frontier town and capital of Manipur is well-known for its Manipuri dance and handloom industry. Itanagar: is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. It is situated on the river Narbada.

Jadugoda: in Bihar is famous for Uranium Ore Mill.

The city was founded by Sawai Jai Singh. Jalandhar: one of the largest towns of the Punjab; Surgical and Sports goods industry.

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Jallianwala Bagh: a garden in Amritsar; scene of massacre of innocent Indians by the British on 13 April Jamshedpur: Jharkhand centre of iron and steel industry; Tata Iron and Steel Factory is located here.

Jhansi: Uttar Pradesh occupies a key position as a railway junction; famous of the heroic part played by its queen Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi in the war of Indian Independence, Jharia: in Jharkhand is famous for coal-mining.

Jog Falls: also called Gersoppa Falls in Karnataka are one of the highest water-falls in the world. These falls are formed by the river Sharavati which takes a big leap down a steep rock from a height of metres.

Juma Masjid, Mandu: is in Madhya Pradesh. It depicts a synthesis of Hindu and Muslim styles in architecture. Junagadh: in Gujarat, situated below the Girnar Hill is one of the most ancient cities in India.

The famous Gir Forest—the only place in Asia where lions are found—is in Junagadh. The temples on the Girnar Hill are noted for their delicate painting and architecture. Kailasha Temple: rock-out temple in Ellora caves. Kanchi or Conjeevaram: near Chennai was the capital of the ancient Pallavas; famous for ancient temples.

It stands in the Himalayas on the borders between Nepal and Sikkim, 58 km north-west of Darjeeling, from where it is conspicuous.

Kanheri: about 32 km from Mumbai is famous for its Buddhist caves dating back to the 1st century AD. Kanpur: on the Ganga in Uttar Pradesh, is a big industrial centre; sugar mills, cotton mills, woollen mills, soap, iron, leather, tent and hosiery factories; known as the city of factories.

Vivekananda Rock Memorial being built here. Kapilvastu: a small ancient kingdom in the north of India; associated with Mahatma Buddh. Kasauli: in Himachal Pradesh is a hill station known for Pasteur Institute.

Katni: Madhya Pradesh; cement factory. Kaziranga: is a Game Sanctuary in Assam. It is the centre of the great Indian one-horned rhinos. Khadakvasla: near Pune; National Defence Academy is situated here. Khajuraho: in Madhya Pradesh is famous for its group of highly ornate mediaeval Hindu temples. Khetri: in Rajasthan; copper manufacture. Koderma: Jharkhand is a mica mining centre. Kolar: in Karnataka, gold mining centre.

Kolkata: famous as the commercial capital of India. It is the capital of West Bengal. It has a port of immense river traffic. Korba: in Chhattisgarh is the site of a huge public sector aluminium plant. Kovalam: is a sea-beach about 16 km from Thiruvanthapuram in Kerala. Koyali: in Maharashtra, is known for Petro-Chemical complex. Kumbalgarh fort: The wall of this fort is the second largest continuous wall in the world after the Great Wall of China. It extends over 38 km.

Kurukshetra: Ancient town near Ambala Haryana where the great battle Mahabharata was fought between the Kurus and Pandvas; Kurukshetra University is located here. Kutab Minar: in Delhi 88 m high is one of the master-pieces of Indian architecture and art.

It is the biggest minaret in the world.

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Completed by Altamash in Leh: capital of Ladakh; once a caravan centre for Central Asia. It is situated on the river Indus. Lothal: ancient town, situated on the sea-plain of former Saurashtra, km south-east of Mohenjo-Daro.

The excavation made here represent the Indus-Valley culture. Lucknow: capital of Uttar Pradesh is known as the city of Gardens. Ludhiana: Industrial town of Punjab; known for hosiery, cycle and sewing machine industry.


Lumbini: in Nepal Terai; birth-place of Mahatma Buddha. Lunej: oil wells found in Cambay basin Baroda. Mahabaleshwar: metres above see level on the Western Ghats of India, fort and health resort; principal hill station of Maharashtra. Mahabalipuram: in Tamil Nadu on the Eastern Ghats; famous for temples and monumental architecture. The Mahabalipuram sea-shore temple was built during the reign of Pallava dynasty. An atomic power station is being set up near here at Kalpakkam.

Malanjkhand: situated in the Balaghat district in Madhya Pradesh is the location of richest ever copper deposits in the country. Oil Refinery. Minakshi Temple: famous Hindu temple in Madurai. Mirzapur: Uttar Prdesh on the Ganges; carpets, brassware and lac. Moradabad: Uttar Pradesh on the Ram Ganga; brassware, enamel and cutlery industry; exports mangoes in large quantity. Mumbai: called the Gateway to India is the second city and port in India; capital of Maharashtra.

Nagpur: former capital of Madhya Pradesh and now in Maharashtra; textile mills, oranges. Naharkatia: situated near Digboi in Assam where oil has been located. Nalanda: Bihar seat of ancient Nalanda University.

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Nepanagar: Madhya Pradesh known for government-owned newsprint factory. Nilgiris: mountain range in Tamil Nadu; tea plantations.

Nunamati: in Assam is the place where first of the three Oil Refineries has been set up in Public Sector. Pagodas: The seven Pagodas at Mahabalipuram are attributed to Pallava dynasty. Palitana: in Gujarat, is famous for its holy hill Shatrunjaya, the most sacred place of Shvetambara Jains. Pandharpur: town in Maharashtra in Sholapur district. It is situated on the river Bhima. It is one of the most sacred places of pilgrimage in Maharashtra—known for the temple of Vithoba, an incarnation of Vishnu.

Panipat: in Haryana; scene of three successive historical battles: , and Panna: a town and district in the Rewa Division of Madhya Pradesh situated kms south-west of Jhansi. Panna district is known for diamond mines. Panna town has several buildings of historical interest including Shri Baldeoji temple built by Maharana Pratap Singh.

In , Chhatarsal, the ruler of Bundelkhand made it his capital and the town gained importance during that period. Pantnagar: in Uttarkhand is famous as a big Agricultural University. It is named after Shri Govind Ballabh Pant.

Patna: capital of Bihar. It stands on the site of the ancient city of Patliputra. Perambur: near Chennai; known for integral coach factory. Pichola Lake: is a well-known man-made lake in Udaipur Rajasthan.

In the middle of the lake, there is a palace which has now been converted into a hotel by the Maharana of Udaipur. Pimpri: near Pune known for penicillin factory.

Plassey: a village on the Ganga West Bengal.

Battle of Plassey was fought here in in which Clive defeated Siraj-ud-Daulah and laid the foundation of British rule in India. Pokhran: is in the Thar desert of Rajasthan where India successfully exploded her first nuclear device on 18 May The Pokhran Range runs between Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. The test site is about km from Indo-Pak border. Puducherry: formerly a French possession; since taken over by the Indian government and now specified as a Union Territory.

Aurobindo Ashram is established here. Porbunder: in Kathiawar, Gujarat ; birth-place of Mahatma Gandhi. Prabhas Patan: in Gujarat, is the site of the famous Somnath Temple. Pulicate Lake: is saltwater lagoon on the Coromandel Coast of Andhra Pradesh extending from the extreme southeastern portion of Andhra Pradesh into the adjacent portion of Tamil Nadu.

It has a length of about 50 km and a width 5 to 16 km. The lake is located on the swampy, sandy Andhra plains. The lake yields salt and prawns. The only sea entrance into the lake is north of Pulicate town.

Puri: in Odisha, famous for Jagannath Temple. Pusa: Bihar Agricultural Research Station. Pushkar: near Ajmer is famous for ancient temple of Brahma. Qadian: Punjab seat of Ahmadiya Muslim sect. Qutub Minar: famous historical monument in Delhi was begun by Qutab-ud-din Aibak and completed by Iltumish. Rajgir: Bihar place of pilgrimage for the Buddhists. During the Mahaparinirvana celebrations, Buddhists from foreign countries visited this place.

Rameshwaram: Tamil Nadu holy place for pilgrimage. Ranchi: hill station of Jharkhand is well-known for its picturesque scenery and fine roads.

Raniganj: West Bengal ; coal mining centre. Rishikesh: in Uttarkhand is a celebrated centre of Hindu pilgrimage. Rourkela: in Odisha ; steel plant and fertilizer factory.History of Modern India. Create New Account. The time available with the candidates for preparations is limited and it has to be intelligently utilised. An atomic power station is being set up near here at Kalpakkam.

Jhansi: Uttar Pradesh occupies a key position as a railway junction; famous of the heroic part played by its queen Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi in the war of Indian Independence, It has a port of immense river traffic.

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