Bara is a small town some 50 m.
Soon afterwards it receives the Swat river from the north and the Bara river from the south, and after a further course of 40 m.
1790-1792 The Doji Bara, or skull famine, in India, so-called because the people died in such numbers that they could not be buried.
But the Bara valley route into the heart of the Afridi Tirah is not to be altogether overlooked, although it is not a trade route of any importance.
Next in size is the swamp deer or bara-singha, signifying " twelve points " (C. duvauceli), which is common in Lower Bengal and Assam.
BARA BANKI, a town and district of British India in the Fyzabad division of the United Provinces.
The population of Bara Banki alone in 1901 was 3020.
During the Sepoy war of 1857-1858 the whole of the Bara Banki talukdars joined the mutineers, but offered no serious resistance after the capture of Lucknow.
Besides these highest points there are a considerable number of mountains in the central provinces of Imerina and Betsileo and the intervening and surrounding districts; and in the Bara country the Isalo range has been compared to the "Church Buttes" and other striking features of the scenery of Utah.
In addition to some of the Hindu deities which they worship, the Gonds have their own gods - Bara Deva and Dula Deva.
(2) Central: the districts of Tsimihety and the Sihanaka; Imerina, the Hova province; the Betsileo; the Tanala or foresters; the Bara; and the emigrant Tanosy.