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Definition of Mandore

Mandore
Mandore Man"dore, n. [See Mandolin, and Bandore.] (Mus.) A kind of four-stringed lute.

Meaning of Mandore from wikipedia

- Lombary mandolin The mandore is a musical instrument, a small member of the lute family, teardrop shaped, with four to six courses of gut strings and...
- Mandore Garden, is a town located 9 km north of Jodhpur city, in the Indian state of Rajasthan.The place is known as the birthplace of Ravana's wife mandodari...
- Rao Jodha (28 March 1416 - 6 April 1489) was a ruler of Mandore in the present-day state of Rajasthan. He was the son of Rao Ranmal (Rao Ridmal) of the...
- The Mandore Express (Train Codes: 12462/12461) is a superfast express train on India's broad gauge network, connecting Jodhpur (code: JU) and Old Delhi...
- Jodhpur in India. He founded Jodhpur in 1459 as the capital of Marwar (Mandore was the previous capital). He was one of Ranmal's 24 sons and became the...
- Cello Lira da braccio Contrab**** Violone Lute Theorbo Archlute Gittern Mandore Harp Cittern Vihuela Cornamuse Cromorne Crumhorn Rauschpfeife Recorder...
- considered an ancestor of the modern guitar and other instruments like the mandore, bandurria and gallichon. From the early 16th century, a vihuela shaped...
- which came to be known as Marwar. As Jodha hailed from the nearby town of Mandore, that town initially served as the capital of this state; however, Jodhpur...
- Jodha may refer to: Jodha of Mandore Jodha Bai, po****r name of Mariam-uz-Zamani, Mughal Emperor Akbar's chief consort Jodha and Jagroop Jodhaa Akbar...
- Mandavyapura (IAST: Pratīhāras of Māṇḍavyapura), also known as the Pratiharas of Mandore (or Mandor), were an Indian dynasty. They ruled parts of the present-day...
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