Lal

Lal (Persian: لعل‎, Urdu: لال‎, Pashto: Lāl‎ ) is derived from the Indo-Iranian word meaning 'Red'. It is a middle name used by many Indo-Aryan clans. Lal is also used as a final element of a compound personal name, such as Amir lal (Amir being the first name), Dost Lal (dost meaning "friend"), Rani Lal (rani meaning "queen") and Padshah Lal Qamar. It is a common name in India and other South Asian countries.

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Lal Mahal
... The Lal Mahal (Red Palace) of Pune is one of the most famous monuments located in Pune, India ... In the year 1630 AD, Shivaji's Father Shahaji Bhonsle, established the Lal Mahal for his wife Jijabai and son ... The original Lal Mahal fell into ruins and the current Lal Mahal is a reconstruction of the original and located in the center of the Pune city ...
Lal Lal, Victoria
... Lal Lal is a town in Victoria (Australia), Australia ... At the 2006 census, Lal Lal and the surrounding area had a population of 677 ... Lal Lal Falls and the Lal Lal reservoir on the Moorabool River are to the north of the town ...
Lal - History
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Lal Suhanra National Park
... Lal Sohanra is a national park of Pakistan situated in Bahawalpur district of Punjab province, which is one of the largest nationals parks in south east Asia ... Lal Sohanra is spread over 153000 acre and is notable for the diversity of its landscape, which includes areas of desert, forest and water ...
Lal Lal, Victoria - History
... The railway arrived at Lal Lal in April 1862 and Lal Lal Post Office opened on 18 July 1863 (closing in 1969) ...