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  kama   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kama's body was destroyed when he fired his weapon at Shiva in order to disrupt his meditations.
The Kama River is a tributary of the Volga, in Russia.
Kama are sickle-like weapons, often wielded in both hands, that evolved from tools used for cutting weeds (Japan).
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 Kama River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kama (Russian: река́ Ка́ма; Tatar: Çulman) is a river in Russia, the longest left tributary of the Volga.
The largest tributaries to the Kama are Kosa, Vishera, Sylva, Chusovaya, Belaya, and Vyatka Rivers.
The cities situated on the banks of the Kama are Solikamsk, Berezniki, Perm, Sarapul, and Naberezhnye Chelny.
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 Kama River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Kama (Russian: река́ Ка́ма; Tatar: Çulman) is a river in Russia, left tributary of the Volga.
The largest tributaries to the Kama are, Vishera, Sylva, Chusovaya, Belaya, and Vyatka Rivers.
The cities situated on the banks of the Kama are, Berezniki, Perm, Sarapul, and Naberezhnye Chelny.
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 THE VOICE OF RUSSIA [Info]
It is situated 1129 kilometres from Moscow on the Izh River (the Kama's tributary).
It is situated on the Adagum River (the Kuban's tributary), 87 kilometres west of Krasnodar, 100 kilometres from the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
It is situated on the eastern slope of the Mid-Ural mountains on the Iset River (the Tobol's tributary).
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 Kama River --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Belaya is the largest tributary of the Kama River, which is itself an important tributary of the Volga.
It is situated on the left bank of the Kama River at the head of the Kama Reservoir.
Europe's longest river and the principal waterway of Russia, the Volga arises in the Valdai Hills northwest of Moscow and flows southeastward for 2,325 miles (3,740 kilometers) to empty into the Caspian Sea.
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 Encyclopedia: Volga River   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A tributary (or affluent or confluent) is a contributory stream, a river that does not reach the sea, but joins another major river (a parent river), to which it contributes its waters, swelling its discharge.
Atil, also spelled Itil (Turkic for Big River), was a name of the Volga River and of the capital of Khazaria from the middle of the 8th century until towards the end of the 10th century.
Notable rivers of Russia in Europe are the Volga, Don, Kama, Oka and the Northern Dvina, while several other rivers originate in Russia but flow into other countries, such as the Dniepr and the Western Dvina.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Volga-River   (2810 words)

  
 Volga River   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Volga River, the largest river system and one of the most important rivers of Europe rises northwest of Moscow in the Valday Hills and flows 3,700 km (2,300 mi) to the southeast before emptying into the Caspian Sea near the city of Astrakhan’.
The chain on the Kama consists of three reservoirs, the newest of which — the Lower Kama Reservoir — became operational in 1979.
The "Let’s Help the River Movement" is one such group that coordinates projects to "examine the health of the Volga River, actions to defend the river, and environmental education programs to teach children to reverse the harm being inflicted upon the watershed."
www.public.asu.edu /~goutam/gcu325/volga.htm   (1352 words)

  
 BEREZNIKI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The town is located on the bank of the Kama river 176 kms to the north of Perm.
It is one of the centres of the Northern Area and, in essence, the centre of the northern Prikamye (the territory in poximity to the Kama river).
The main water artery is the Kama (the Kama Reservoir), two small rivers - the Talych and the Zyryanka - flow into the Kama within the urbanized territory.
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 Permian Komis - Inf2
According to the original sources dated from 15th to 17th centuries, ancient inhabitants of the Upper Kama River were referred to as the Permian, the Permich, the Permyak.
At its height in the fourteenth up to the seven-teenth centuries, the Great Perm extended from the source of Kama River in the west to the Ural Mountains in the east, and from the Upper Pechora River in the north to the Chusovaya River in the south.
Settling and development of the Kama area by Russia was a process of internal colonisation: the territory of the state was ex-panded, administrative institutions were set up in the area, and firm economic bonds established.
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 [SCR] Eastern European netbook   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The city is situation on the Kama River, in the geographical zone called "the Vyatsko Kamskaya taiga".
The Kama River embankment near the river boat station is one of the most picturesque spots.
The river boat station, Perm I and Perm II railway stations, Bolshoye Savino and Bakharevka airports are the city's "gates".
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 Vishera River, Perm Oblast -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It is 415 (A metric unit of length equal to 1000 meters (or 0.621371 miles)) km in length.
The Vishera River freezes up in the late October - early November and stays under the ice until the end of April.
There are (Very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem) diamond deposits in the basin of the Vishera River.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/V/Vi/Vishera_River,_Perm_Oblast.htm   (99 words)

  
 ninemsn Encarta - Search Results - Kama
Kama, river, eastern European Russia, the chief tributary of the Volga.
Perm (formerly Molotov), city in eastern European Russia, on the Kama River.
Hinduism takes a comprehensive view of our human condition and has classified all the things we seek in the world and beyond into four broad...
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 Volga River: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Volga River   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Volga river, the largest river system in Europe, has its source is in the Valdia Hills 225 m (740 ft) above sea level northwest of Moscow and about 320 kilometres southeast of St. Petersburg.
The Volga River is the longest river in Europe.
The most important tributaries are the Kama, the Oka, the Vetluga, and the Sura rivers.
www.encyclopedian.com /vo/Volga-River.html   (410 words)

  
 RIVER TRANSPORT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Kama river running on the territory of the region is an important link of the United Deep-Water System of the European part of Russia which is, in its turn, connected with water outlets of the European countries.
On the Kama two water reservoires were built - Kama reservoire and Votkinsk reservoire - which enabled to improve the navigation conditions and increase the length of waterways with controlling depth of the Kama and its main inflows - the Tchusovaya, Sylva and Obva rivers.
During the navigation period of 1998 the carriers of inland transport effected transportation of 5353600 tons of cargoes and 355000 passengers (0,04% of the total volume of passenger carriage).
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 MSN Encarta - Russia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Other major cities include Novosibirsk, the largest city in Siberia; Nizhniy Novgorod, the largest city on the Volga River and a major automotive and shipbuilding center; Yekaterinburg, the largest city in the Urals; and Samara, a commercial center of the middle Volga region and the primary refining center for the Volga-Urals oil fields.
Other large cities include Omsk, western Siberia’s chief petrochemical center; Chelyabinsk, in the foothills of the Ural Mountains; Kazan’, capital of the republic of Tatarstan, located along the middle course of the Volga River; and Perm’, a major industrial center in the Kama River region to the west of the Urals.
Ufa is an important petrochemical center in the southern Urals, and Rostov-na-Donu is a commercial, industrial, and transportation center in southern European Russia on the lower stretch of the Don River.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761569000_5/Russia.html   (1160 words)

  
 Introduction of Perm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The city is situation on the Kama River, in the geographical zone called "the Vyatsko - Kamskaya taiga".
From the point of view of economic geography, Perm is an organic part of the Urals economic region.The Kama is the fourth longest river in Europe.
Passenger motor- vessels, cardo boats and barges come to Perm from five seas.The Kama River embankment near the river - boat station is one of the most picturesque spots.
www.psu.ru /perm/info.html   (214 words)

  
 Kama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term "Kama" also refers to one of the 4 goals of life according to Hindu traditions (Purusharthas) - these include Dharma, artha, kama, and moksha
The Kama River, a tributary of the Volga river, in Russia
This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kama   (120 words)

  
 Volga River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Volga river (Russian Во́лга, Tatar İdel, Идел, Mordvin Рав, Mari Юл, German Wolga) in Western Russia, Europe's longest river, with a length of 3,690 km (2,293 miles), provides the core of the largest river system in Europe.
The Volga has many tributaries, most importantly the Kama, the Oka, the Vetluga, and the Sura rivers.
The Volga and its tributaries form the Volga river system, which drains an area of about 1.35 million square kilometres in the most heavily populated part of Russia.
www.pineville.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Volga_River   (562 words)

  
 Vyatka River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Vyatka River (Russian: река́ Вя́тка) is a river in Kirov Oblast and the Republic of Tatarstan in Russia, right tributary of the Kama River.
The Vyatka River begins in the northern parts of Udmurtia.
The Vyatka River is navigable from its mouth to the city of Kirov (700 km).
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 Kommersant: Perm Region
Perm is the largest city in the Kama area, extending for more than 60 km along the banks of the Kama River.
Several tributaries of the Kama with their sources in the Urals are typical mountain rivers, although their flow velocity decreases significantly on the plains.
Ponds in the Kama area control the flow of small rivers and are also used to meet the needs of smale-scale power generation, timber rafting, fishing, water supply, irrigation, and for beautifying rural landscapes.
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 Volga River Basin - UNEP/DEWA~Europe > Publication > Freshwater in Europe
The source of the river is in the Valdaj hills north of Moscow at a height of 228 m above sea level.
After it is joined by its major tributary, the Kama, the river flows southward along the foot of the Volga Hills.
The major tributaries are the Oka, the Belaya, the Vyatka, and the Kama, each of which is longer than 1 000 km and has a catchment area exceeding 100 000 km2.
www.grid.unep.ch /product/publication/freshwater_europe/volga.php   (491 words)

  
 Kama Sutra Massage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Shiva then opened his third eye, the gaze of which was so powerfulthat Kama's body was reduced to ashes.
For the sake of Kama's wife Rati (passion), Shivarestored him, but only as a mental image, representing the true emotional and mental state of love rather than physical lust.
Kama are sickle-likeweapons, often wielded in both hands, that evolved from tools used for cutting weeds (Japan).
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 EKRON - LoveToKnow Article on EKRON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The houses are built of mud, and in the absence of visible remains of antiquity, the identification of the site is questionable.
The famous A naniynskiy Mogilnik (burial-place) is on the right bank of the Kama, 3 m.
There were numerous rivers flowing into either the Tigris or the Persian Gulf.
73.1911encyclopedia.org /E/EK/EKRON.htm   (2132 words)

  
 :::Council Meeting 26:::   :::Saint-Petersburg Spring 2003:::
The Khazar khanate was situated in the Northern Volga basin, in the Northern Caucasus, and on the shores of the Azov Sea from the middle of the 7th through the end of the 10th century.
The state of Bokhai was located in the Russian Far East from the beginning of the 8th century to 926 A. Bulgaria of the Volga and the Kama was situated on the shores of the mid-Volga and on the Kama river from the 10th to 14th century.
In the 13th century Russian principalities and Bulgaria of the Volga and the Kama were invaded by Tataro-Mongolians (1237 - 42) and attacked by Swedes and Germans (the battle on the Neva river of 1240, and the Battle on the Ice, 1242).
www.cm.estiem.org /2003stpetersburg/russia_brief.html   (861 words)

  
 Perm Hotels
The Kama is the fourth longest river in Europe.
The city stretches along the Kama for 65 km.
The Kama River embankment near the river - boat station is one of the most picturesque spots.
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 Our Town   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the east, a small river, the Yegoshikha, separates the town from one of the hills known popularly as "The Gor" (i.e., "the hill", in Russian).
To the west flows another small river known as the Danilikha, one of the many tributaries of the great Kama River.
Located between these two small rivers, the Danilikha and the Yegoshikha, the city is about three miles long and one mile wide, measured from the bank of the Kama River up to the earthen wall.
www.permonline.ru /english/perm/o01.htm   (235 words)

  
 News Archive: Extraneous sight to Perm: PERM GATEWAY TO EURASIA
The town of Kirov, located on picturesque, hilly bluffs overlooking the Vyatka River (a tributary of the Kama and the Volga) is not even the beginning of the end of the European continent.
From the high, east bank of the Kama, the view extends across the river toward a mixture of forested hills and industrial plants on the west bank.
But with the completion of a new bridge over the Sylva River near its confluence with the Kama, it is now possible to cruise northward over good roads and reach Solikamsk in three or four hours-depending on the mood of the driver.
heritage.perm.ru /news/archive/2002/arch_079.htm   (3104 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Russia - Drainage - Climate | Russian Information Resource   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Kama River, which flows west from the southern Urals to join the Volga in the Republic of Tatarstan, is a second key European water system whose banks are densely populated.
Forty of Russia's rivers longer than 1,000 kilometers are east of the Urals, including the three major rivers that drain Siberia as they flow northward to the Arctic Ocean: the Irtysh-Ob' system (totaling 5,380 kilometers), the Yenisey (4,000 kilometer s), and the Lena (3,630 kilometers).
The northward flow of these rivers means that source areas th aw before the areas downstream, creating vast swamps such as the 48,000-square-kilometer Vasyugane Swamp in the center of the West Siberian Plain.
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