Original name in latin Bhuj
Name in other language BHJ, Bhooj, Bhuj, bhoja, bhuja, bwj
State code IN
Continent/City Asia/Kolkata
longitude 23.25397
latitude 69.66928
altitude 106
Population 133459
Date 2012-10-06

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • bhuj — भुज् …   Indonesian dictionary

  • Bhuj —    A knifelike battle ax used in northern India. It is also called an elephant s head because of a decorative elephant s head located between the blade and shaft …   The writer's dictionary of science fiction, fantasy, horror and mythology

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  • Bhuj (weapon) — A Bhuj is a dagger specific to Sind in north India, mostly single edged, expect for a slight rear edge at the tip. The bhuj is short, broad and heavy, with a mild curve. It often sports an engraved and gilded mount, inlaid haft and decorated knob …   Wikipedia

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