Definition of Nanda devi

1. Noun. A mountain in the Himalayas in northern India (25,660 feet high).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nanda Devi

Nan Ling
Nan River
Nana
Nanaimo
Nanaimo bar
Nanak
Nancere
Nances
Nanchang
Nancy Freeman Mitford
Nancy Mitford
Nancy Reagan gaze
Nancy Witcher Astor
Nanda Devi
Nandamuri
Nando
Nanea
Nanga Parbat
Nanjing
Nanking
Nanna
Nannie
Nanning
Nannizzia
Nanny
Nannygate
Nano
Nanophyetus salmincola

Literary usage of Nanda devi

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1908)
"... and Pahal Sing in an endeavour to force our way right up the Rishi valley to the foot of nanda devi, taking four days' food with us. ..."

2. Western Tibet and the British Borderland: The Sacred Country of Hindus and by Charles Atmore Sherring, Thomas George Longstaff (1906)
"To the north-west of nanda devi we have Duna- giri, 23184 ft., ... They also made an attempt on the eastern peak of nanda devi: the actual climbing lasted ..."

3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1907)
"Next day we tried the south ridge of the east peak of nanda devi, but found it would take us at least two days more, for which we had insufficient food. ..."

4. Ummagga Jātaka: (The Story of a Tunnel) by T. B. Yatawara (1898)
"As the Great 0ne was thus describing the beauty of nanda devi, the king's love towards her began to increase, as if he had never seen her. ..."

5. Tibet & Nepal by Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1905)
"We had to the west of us the great nanda devi, the highest mountain in the ... The central peak is nanda devi itself, the next highest peak being 24379 feet ..."

6. Report of the Annual Meeting (1856)
"... and on the 10th of June we succeeded in reaching the summit of a rocky crest just stretching out eastward from nanda devi, from whence we had a very ..."

7. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1908)
"... and Pahal Sing in an endeavour to force our way right up the Rishi valley to the foot of nanda devi, taking four days' food with us. ..."

8. Western Tibet and the British Borderland: The Sacred Country of Hindus and by Charles Atmore Sherring, Thomas George Longstaff (1906)
"To the north-west of nanda devi we have Duna- giri, 23184 ft., ... They also made an attempt on the eastern peak of nanda devi: the actual climbing lasted ..."

9. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1907)
"Next day we tried the south ridge of the east peak of nanda devi, but found it would take us at least two days more, for which we had insufficient food. ..."

10. Ummagga Jātaka: (The Story of a Tunnel) by T. B. Yatawara (1898)
"As the Great 0ne was thus describing the beauty of nanda devi, the king's love towards her began to increase, as if he had never seen her. ..."

11. Tibet & Nepal by Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1905)
"We had to the west of us the great nanda devi, the highest mountain in the ... The central peak is nanda devi itself, the next highest peak being 24379 feet ..."

12. Report of the Annual Meeting (1856)
"... and on the 10th of June we succeeded in reaching the summit of a rocky crest just stretching out eastward from nanda devi, from whence we had a very ..."

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