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  2. Nagara Seva (formerly Puraseva) is a smart city application developed by eGovernments Foundation for Department of Municipal Administration, Government of AP where citizens can access various municipal services from their smartphone. It provides a platform where a user can report issues from their smartphone. The user can take a picture of the problem being faced and briefly explain about issue/5(K).
  3. Innosanto Nagara was born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia. He came to the US to study zoology and philosophy at UC Davis. He then moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he worked as a graphic designer for a range of social change organizations before founding the Design Action Collective.
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  5. Nagara or Ranjit Nagara: Literally: the drum (Nagara) of victorious (Ranjit) or the "drum of victory". A nagara is a percussion instrument. Nagaras are huge drums, about 2 to 3 feet in diameter, and played with sticks. The special Ranjit Nagara can be up to 5 feet across. Traditionally, Nagaras were war-drums. The thundering beat of the huge drums usually meant that the army was marching into.
  6. Find Nagara song information on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
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  8. In South Asia: a bowl-shaped drum, typically played with a stick, often as one of a pair and frequently in military or ceremonial contexts; a kettledrum.
  9. Aug 20,  · Nagara or Ranjit Nagara: Literally: the drum (Nagara) of victorious (Ranjit) or the "drum of victory".A nagara is a percussion instrument. Nagaras are huge drums, about 2 to 3 feet in diameter, and played with sticks. The special Ranjit Nagara can be up to 5 feet across.

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