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Kalka ( Hindi: कालका) is a town in the Panchkula district of Haryana, India. The name of the town is derived from the goddess Kali. The town is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas and is a gateway to the neighbouring state of Himachal Pradesh. It is on the National Highway 22 between Chandigarh and Shimla, and is the terminus of the Kalka-Shimla Railway. To the south of Kalka is Pinjore, and the industrial town of Parwanoo (Himachal Pradesh) is to the north on the NH 22. Industrial development has led to a continuous urban belt from Pinjore to Parwanoo, but Kalka remains largely unaffected by these developments. Nearby is Chandimandir Cantonment where the Western Command of the Indian army is based. In 2013 it has come under the jurisdiction of Panchkula Municipal Corporation and its municipal committee has been dissolved.
Kalka is a town in Haryana, India
Kalka may also refer to:
- Kalka, South Australia
- Kalka River (or Kalchik River), a river in modern Ukraine
- Kalka, Pomeranian Voivodeship, a village in Kartuzy County, Poland
- Kałka, a village in Człuchów County, Poland
- Kalka Mandir, Delhi, an ancient Kali temple in Kalkaji, New Delhi
Kałka is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Koczała, within Człuchów County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, in northern Poland. It lies approximately north-east of Koczała, north-west of Człuchów, and south-west of the regional capital Gdańsk.
For details of the history of the region, see History of Pomerania.
The village has a population of 5.
'''Kalka ''' is one of the 90 assembly seats of Haryana. Kalka is a part of Panchkula district.
Usage examples of "kalka".
Umballa to Kalka train had been crowded with English families fleeing the heat of the plains for the cool of the Himalayan foothills.
His eye was caught by Mrs Graham, the companion of his journey up to Kalka, and he greeted her, to her satisfaction, with a conspiratorial wink.
Simpson and Sandilands had been put on the first train back to Kalka and that the mad police superintendent Carter had been carted off up the hill to Doolallie!
Alice and Rheza passed within a few yards of me and to all outward appearances Alice was appropriately dressed for travel with her luggage into Kalka on the Toy Train.
On the narrow gauge rail from Joginder Nagar and on to Amritsar or doubling back to Simla and getting out in a tonga or the Toy Train to Kalka and on to Delhi.
Step by step we had been drawn into their icy embrace, until finally on Wednesday we reached the town of Kalka, huddled at their very feet.
I did offer to provide him with a ticket back to Kalka, but for some reason the boy decided he would rather stay with me.
The village got a bargain, because in my absence Holmes had cobbled together the equipment for a new act which, together with the levitation frame, my bottomless Moslem cap, and the conversions to the blue cart effected by blacksmith and carpenter back in Kalka, was spectacular enough to make even the least superstitious folk uneasy.
We came to Umballa in the hot misty dawn, four or five men, who had been working hard fox eleven months, shouting for our dales--the two-horse travelling carriages that were to take us up to Kalka at the foot of the Hills.
The Kalka Road, before the railway was built, was about forty-seven miles long, and the horses were changed every eight miles.
So we rolled, barking and yelping, into Kalka for lunch, and Garm ate enough for two.
After Kalka the road wound among the hills, and we took a curricle with half-broken ponies, which were changed every six miles.
A cool breath from the snows met us about five miles out of Kalka, and she whined for her coat, wisely fearing a chill on the liver.
The march proceeded by way of Kalka, the last station on the railway to Simla, without any incidents, as far as Lahore.