a city in W India, in Maharashtra state; a historic Mogul capital.
At the same time, in the nearby city of Aurangabad, girls are learning to hate the pageant.
Models vs. Militants: Nisha Pahuja’s Film Shows Two Worlds of Indian Women Abigail Pesta May 4, 2012
Ajan′ta, a village and ravine of India, in the north-west of the Nizam’s dominions, about 50 miles north-north-east of Aurangabad.
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There are thirty-four distinct rock-temples at Ellora, near Aurangabad, in India.
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Its glory, however, had already decayed owing to the removal of the seat of government by the emperors to Aurangabad.
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Aurangabad is a railway station on the Hyderabad-Godavari line, 435 m. from Bombay.
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1618–1707, Mogul emperor of Hindustan 1658–1707. Historical Examples Unattractive as his character was, it contained at least some elements Aurangzeb. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 4 Various Aurangzeb tried to take it in 1649 with 5000 men, but failed. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 6 Various The keen eye of Aurangzeb […]
a gold-containing compound, C 20 H 34 AuO 9 PS, used orally in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. auranofin au·ran·o·fin (ô-rān’ə-fĭn) n. A compound of radiogold colloid used to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
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aurantiasis cutis aurantiasis cutis au·ran·ti·a·sis cu·tis (ôr’ān-tī’ə-sĭs kyōō’tĭs) n. See carotenosis cutis.
plural of . an aluminum bronze coin of Iceland, the 100th part of a króna. noun the plural of eyrir noun (pl) aurar (ˈɔːrɑː) an Icelandic monetary unit worth one hundredth of a krona