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Tripura is a state of India.
Tripura may also refer to:
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Krishna is a Hindu deity.
Medieval India refers to a long period of Post-classical history of the Indian subcontinent between the "ancient period" and "modern period". It is usually regarded as running approximately from the breakup of the Gupta Empire in the 6th century CE and the start of the Early modern period in 1526 with start of the Mughal Empire, although some historians regard it as both starting and finishing later than these points. The medieval period is itself subdivided into the Early medieval period and Late medieval era.
Pratapgarh or Partabgarh may refer to the following places in India:
The State of Tripura has a long history. The Twipra Kingdom at its peak included the whole eastern region of Bongal from the Brahmaputra River in the north and west, the Bay of Bengal in the south and Burma to the east during the 14th and 15th centuries AD.
An Apsara is a female spirit from Hindu and Buddhist mythology.
The Tripuri are an ethnic group originating in the Indian state of Tripura. They are the original inhabitants of the Twipra/Tripura Kingdom in North-East India and Bangladesh. The Tripuri people through the Manikya dynasty ruled the Kingdom of Tripura for many years until the kingdom joined the Indian Union on 15 October 1949.
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Udaipur is a major city in Rajasthan, India.
Twipra Kingdom was one of the largest historical kingdoms of the Tripuri people in the North-east India.
The Manikya dynasty was the ruling house of the Twipra Kingdom and later the princely Tripura State, what is now the Indian state of Tripura. Ruling since the early 15th century, the dynasty at its height controlled a large swathe of the north-east of the Indian subcontinent. After coming under British influence, in 1761 they transitioned from feudal monarchs into rulers of a princely state, though the Manikyas maintain control of the region until 1949, when it ascended in union with India.
Vinayaka, or Ganesha, is the Hindu god of new beginnings, success, and wisdom.
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Bhim or Bhima is one of the central characters from the Hindu epic Mahabharata.
Barman or its variants Burman, Varman, , Varma, Verma, are surnames used in the Indian subcontinent.