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Deoband

Deoband used to be surrounded by dense forests, and was believed to be the abode of the Goddess Durga, according to one tradition this is where the town got its name, from Devi Van, or 'the Forest of the Goddess'. Others suggest that is derived from devi vandan, because the Goddess killed the Maha Asur Durg here, and was then worshipped here by many Devtas.

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  • anjan banerjee residence, raja_anjan wrote 4 months ago:
    my newly moved residence
  • Nagar Palika Parishad Deoband, Dheeraj Meharwal (guest) wrote 6 months ago:
    Shame on Deoband Chairman, Can't update tha site in his working period FACEBOOK.From where do we get the mob. no. of your employes FACEBOOK is not every thing.
  • ISLAMIA INTER COLLEGE, Sushil Mainwal (guest) wrote 7 months ago:
    sir, How is Mr. Raseed Masood, (English subject teacher).
  • Shastri Chowk, sundeep (guest) wrote 8 months ago:
    please tell me how to reach shastri chowk from deoband railway station.
  • madni road deoband, mohd bilal (guest) wrote 9 months ago:
    qasmi ghest house is in the heart of deoband where world largest muslim university situated and most important thing is that masjid-e rasheed can be seen with ur naked eyes and all the best facility is avialable on the spot.and lookwise it really beautiful
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