PACHMARHI , a
See also:hill-station and
See also:sanatorium for
See also:British troops in the Central Provinces of India . Pop . (19o1), 3020, rising to
See also:double that number in the
See also:season . It is situated at a height of 3500 ft. on a
See also:plateau of the
See also:Satpura hills in
See also:district, 32 M. by road from Piparia station on the
See also:Indian Peninsula railway . Though not
See also:free from fever in the hot season, it affords the best available retreat for the Central Provinces .
VLADIMIR DE PACHMANN (1848– )
ST PACHOMIUS (292-346)
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