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Patala-Nammal Composite Total Petroleum System, Kohat-Potwar
Jan 9, 2004 Patala-Nammal Composite Total Petroleum System,. Kohat-Potwar Geologic Province, Pakistan. By C.
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Patala-Namal. EXPLANATION. Hydrography.
initiative called “Operation Re Ya Patala” (Operation We Pay) aimed at clearing all the payment backlogs to service providers.
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A milestone moment
The plays staged were Maya Bazar, Srikrishna Leelalu, Jai Patala Bhairavi, Bhakta Prahlada, and Srinivasa Kalyanam. Three of them were repeated on other days. Only five Surabhi troupes are left now, out of 40 troupes which toured the State in the past.
Get ready for mass stir: KCR
"Seemandhra leaders will bury Telangana people in Patala Lokam," he warned. Leaders and workers of different political parties from Adilabad district joined the TRS in the presence of Rao.
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Patala - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Hindu cosmology, Patala or Patal (Sanskrit: पाताल, Pātāla) denotes the seven lower regions of the universe - which are located under the earth.
Patala, Uttar Pradesh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oct 16, 2007 PATALA.
Hinduism (part 4)
Tapah, and Satyam; and the seven nether worlds are Atala, Vitala, Sutala, Rasatala, Talatala, Mahatala, and Patala.
Patala Sutta: The Bottomless Chasm
How to cite this document (one suggested style): "Patala Sutta: The Bottomless Chasm" (SN 36.4), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.

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