LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill
LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill

crushing machine in gujrat

  • kamboi

    historian r. c. majumdar describes kamboi as being about 20 kilometres 12 mi west of anahilwara patan. it was the site of a decisive victory in 1392 over farhat-ul-mulk by zaffar khan, who later founded the muzaffarid dynasty .

  • dhanushkodi sivanandhan

    joint director of the cbi from 2001-2004 covering gujarat, goa & maharashtra. 6 years in the mumbai crime branch as additional commissioner of police – crime and joint commissioner of police – crime 1993-1995 and 1998-2001 . his use of strategy & intelligence to uphold the rule of law resulted in a sharp decline in organised crime in the city.

  • balarama

    balarama is an ancient deity, a prominent one by the epics era of indian history as evidenced by archeological and numismatic evidence. his iconography appears with nāga many-headed serpent , a plough and other farm artifacts such as a watering pot, possibly indicating his origins in a bucolic, agricultural culture. balarama's legend appears in many parva books of the mahabharata.

  • kamboi

    kamboi kingdom is a town located in chanasma taluka, in patan district, in the modern indian state of gujarat. it is 10 kilometres 6.2 mi west of chanasma on the harij-mehsana road. it uses the postcode number of 384230.

  • elevator

    an elevator or lift is a type of vertical transportation machine that moves people or freight between floors, levels, or decks of a building, vessel, or other structure. elevators are typically powered by electric motors that drive traction cables and counterweight systems such as a hoist, although some pump hydraulic fluid to raise a cylindrical piston like a jack. in agriculture and manufacturing, an elevator is any type of conveyor device used to lift materials in a continuous stream into bin

  • battle of diu 1509

    the battle of diu was a naval battle fought on 3 february 1509 in the arabian sea, in the port of diu, india, between the portuguese empire and a joint fleet of the sultan of gujarat, the mamlûk burji sultanate of egypt, and the zamorin of calicut with support of the republic of venice.

  • diamond cutting

    diamond cutting. diamond cutting is the practice of changing a diamond from a rough stone into a faceted gem. cutting diamond requires specialized knowledge, tools, equipment, and techniques because of its extreme difficulty.

  • emergency management

    emergency management is the organization and management of the resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery . the aim is to reduce the harmful effects of all hazards, including disasters.. the world health organization defines an emergency as the state in which normal procedures are interrupted, and .

  • 2009 andhra pradesh chief minister helicopter crash .

    the 2009 andhra pradesh helicopter crash occurred on 2 september 2009 near rudrakonda hill, 40 nautical miles 74 km from kurnool, andhra pradesh, india.the helicopter was a bell 430 helicopter owned by the andhra pradesh government, and registered vt-apg. fatalities included y. s. rajasekhara reddy, the chief minister of the indian state of andhra pradesh.

  • bhinmal

    bhinmal old names:srimala is a town in the jalore district of rajasthan, is 72 kilometres 45 mi south of jalore town. bhinmal was the capital of gurjaradesa, comprising southern rajasthan and northern gujarat of modern times.. the town is the birthplace of the sanskrit poet magha and mathematician-astronomer brahmagupta

  • battle of chillianwala

    the battle of chillianwala was fought in january 1849 during the second anglo-sikh war in the chillianwala region of punjab mandi bahauddin , now part of modern-day pakistan.the battle was one of the bloodiest fought by the british east india company.both armies held their positions at the end of the battle and both sides claimed victory. the battle was a strategic check to immediate british .

  • muhajir people

    the company maintained the fiction of running the territories on behalf of the mughal empire. the crushing defeat of mutineers in 1857 -1858 led to the abolition of the mughal empire and the british government taking direct control of the indian territories.