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  • Each of India's 28 states has its own government-run house for state affairs, known as a bhavan, in the bustling capital city of New Delhi.

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  • Situated in a squat, white plaster building near the triumphant India Gate, the bhavan is a minor attraction in its own right.

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  • The Saravana bhavan came in to the rescue when a dosa craving hit, in NYC.

    Dorm life and food cravings

  • This actually looks more like the paal mysore paak we get at saravana bhavan.

    Seven-Cup Cake for Ganesh Chaturthi

  • George Ruhe for The New York Times vegetarian menu at Udupi Bhavan bhavan means tavern, and Udupi is a town in southwestern

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  • Though all of them have done justice to their songs, the ones rendered by Sujatha 'Thirunadayil …,' Gayatri 'Bhashakal pora, bhavan pora …,' and Ganesh 'Mokshapadam …' stand out.

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  • The other proposals include the reconstruction of the Kudmul Ranga Rao Memorial building at Bejai-Kapikkad, a samaja bhavan in the Scheduled Castes colony at Suterpet, a samudaya bhavan at Viveknagar in Ballalbagh and a plan for the integrated development of Viveknagar.

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  • The bhavan has been built at an estimated cost of Rs. 2 crore.

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  • There is an office, a library with a seating capacity of 250 and a conference hall on the ground floor of the 90-m tall bhavan.

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  • In response to the long-pending demand by people to protect the house where Basaveshwara was born, the Kannada and Culture Department acquired seven houses and three sites in 2004 and handed over the same to the Kudala Sangam Development Authority (KSDA) to develop the bhavan.

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