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NANDAIR, or NANDER

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Originally appearing in Volume V19, Page 161 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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NANDAIR, or NANDER, a town of India, in the state of Hyderabad, on the left bank of the Godaveri, with a station on the Hyderabad-Godaveri valley railway, 174 M. N.E. of Hyderabad city. Pop. (1901) 14,184. It is a centre of local trade, with a special industry of fine muslin and gold bordered scarves. As the scene of the murder of Guru Govind, it contains a shrine visited by Sikhs from all parts of India.
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