What’s in a name? A brief guide to the words that define the city

Here’s a brief guide on some of the most popular and colourful terms used in India.

They include: lambo – a lambo, the large green tree, a small tree with white branches that forms a crescent shape on a flat ground.

lal- lambo lal means lily or a lily, the flower of the lily.

bharat – the name for the region of the country, or the state of Uttar Pradesh, a term often used to describe a large state or region.

bhuj – the city in which a place is situated.

bhiwandi – the capital of Karnataka, a region that is considered to be part of the larger state of Madhya Pradesh.

rajnath – the state where the BJP is the ruling party, a reference to the fact that the party has a strong presence in the capital.

bhangra – a small town located in the south of the state.

bhavnagar – a town located on the banks of the Brahmaputra river.

ramesh – the town in the state bordering the state and bordering Uttar Pradesh.

gopnath- gopna, literally “small town” – is the name of the town.

bhatnagar-bhatnagar – the towns of Gopnagar and Bhavnaggarh, bordering Bihar.

chakpur – the village in the northeastern state of Bihar.

gharwad – the hill town in Bihar.

prakash – the area around the state capital, New Delhi.

lokhara – a hill village located near the border with Pakistan.

dakshina – a city in eastern India.

karnataka – a state in the northeast that borders the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.

jharkhand – a region in the Indian northwest.

raja – a mountain or peak in the Himalayan region, the highest point in the world.

bhakt – a district in Bihar where the state has a sizeable Muslim population.

darsana – the title of the ancient Hindu holy city of Mahabharata, the epic tale of the life of the god Vishnu.

hart – a name for a particular place, a specific period, a particular period in time.

maithili – the word for the name, the name given to the god Maithili in Sanskrit.

hariyat – a Hindu term for the Hindu holy book, the Vedas.

hindu – the term for a person, a family, or a community of people.

dharmesh – a term for Hinduism, the world religion.

parshad – a village located in Bihar, a name given by the ancient Greeks to the land where the city of Parshad was founded.

dharamshala – the Hindu goddess of love, the wife of Krishna.

bhanujan – a country in the north of India, which borders Pakistan.

bjp – a common abbreviation for Bharatiya Janata Party, a nationalist political party formed by a group of nationalist politicians who wanted to unify India.

nishwarya – a place, or part of a place.

ji – a person or a group, a whole community, a group or a whole nation, a person’s or a family’s life.

pithiyar – a river, a stream, a body of water.

bahalis – a group who have come from India, a people who live there.

pakistan – a large Indian state bordering Pakistan, a part of Pakistan that has been divided into three parts for over a century.

kashmir – a part or a part, the whole or the part.

rastra – an area or region, a territory.

kush – a mountainous area, a mountain range.

kutu – a wild area, an area that has no boundaries, an ungoverned territory.

haryana – a territory in the western part of India.

bhatti – the ancient name for Haryana, the state that borders on the Indian states of Uttarabad, Chandigarh, and Jammu and Kashmir.

bhasin – the old name for Gujarat, the northeastern Indian state that has its capital in Ahmedabad.

jamaal – the chief justice of the high court, a judicial chief justice.

kasuriya – a Sanskrit term for ‘father’ or ‘fatherly’ person.

hiranagar – the district in the northern part of Uttarakhal Pradesh, which is a part-time state that is not recognised as a state.

kulshan – a capital of a state, or an official residence of a chief minister or a state president.

kuzh – a period of time, a period that lasts a certain period of a year.

jatavarh – an ancient name, meaning ‘crown’,