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Burdwan (Barddhaman; 87.86E 23.24N) is a collection of villages scattered over 9 square miles on the Damodar River in northeast India. It is noted for its carpet making and indigo dyeing and for a group of 108 temples dedicated to Siva. Its chief military significance in 1941 was as a rail junction.
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