Definition of Kheda
1. keddah [n -S] - See also: keddah
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kheda
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Literary usage of Kheda
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Land Revenue of Bombay: A History of Its Administration, Rise, and Progress by Alexander Rogers (1892)
"THE district or Collectorate of kheda lies between 22° 15' 25" and 23° 10' N. ... The territories composing the present Collectorate of kheda (or Kaira, ..."
2. The Indus Delta Country: A Memoir, Chiefly on Its Ancient Geography and History by Malcolm Robert Haig (1894)
"He says that kheda (called by the English, who detest a palatal <1, ... kheda is the name of a very ancient province or tract of country in Guzerat, ..."
3. Indian Caste by John Wilson (1877)
"They are not very numerous, hut are found in the kheda and Ahmadabad zilla and in Bombay and ... They are principally found, however, in the kheda zillah. ..."
4. Si-yu-ki: Buddhist Records of the Western World by Samuel Beal (1906)
"71 Although we should expect General Cunningham proposes to the direction to be south from read 1300 li from Dhar to kheda; ..."
5. Future Directions for Indian Irrigation: Research and Policy Issues by Ruth Suseela Meinzen-Dick, Mark Svendsen (1991)
"... in 1980 in the second phase, made additional live storage of 1470 million m available for irrigation. The system covers seven talukas of kheda District ..."
6. Resolving the Ddt Dilemma: Protecting Biodiversity and Human Health by Patricia Matteson (1999)
"The success of the OCP also underlines the advantages of attacking disease problems regionally. Ecological Malaria Control in kheda District, Gujurat, ..."