Crossword clues for marg
MARG Limited (formerly MARG Constructions Ltd.), is an Indian construction company.
Marg (Pathway) is a quarterly Indian art magazine and a publisher of books on the arts, based in Mumbai. It began in 1946, with writer Mulk Raj Anand as its founding editor. He intended it to be a loose encyclopaedia of the arts of India and related civilizations.
The magazine was mainly funded by J.R.D. Tata of the Tata Group at its inception. Later on, after 1951 and until 1986, it was mostly funded by the Tata Group companies; then the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) was formed as a trust with Marg as a division of NCPA. Since 2010 it has been functioning as an independent not-for-profit organization, The Marg Foundation.
Currently the editors are Jyotindra Jain and Naman Ahuja. Marg is one of the oldest and most respected art book publishers in India. It seeks corporate and private sponsorship to subsidize the cost of its publications.
Each year, apart from its four magazine issues it also publishes a book every quarter, and a few special publications on the subject of Indian and related art and heritage. It has also produced a series of documentary films on heritage sites and a film on Bombay/Mumbai.
Marg is a Hindi and Punjabi term for " road". It occurs in the names of a numerous roads.
Marg or MARG may refer to:
- El-Marg, a district of Cairo
- Harald Marg, a German canoer
- MARG Limited, an Indian construction company
- Marg (magazine), an Indian art magazine
- MARG (technology), a concept related to attitude and heading reference systems
- Marg (word), a Hindi and Punjabi word for "road"
- An abbreviation for margarine
- An abbreviation for Margarita
- Marg Helgenberger, an American actress
Usage examples of "marg".
Lakshman watched him pass through the rear gates and turn right onto Aja Marg, heading for the royal games field.
Harishchandra Avenue was met by Jagannath Marg, the road leading to the sudra quarter of the city.
Rama had watched that knot grow, more and more black-clad figures appearing from the Jagannath Marg turnoff until finally the knot had become an arrowhead.
The savory stalls are up ahead and to the right, along Sarayu Marg, on the way to the parade grounds.
The old man gestured at the platoon marching down Jagannath Marg even as he spoke.
Marg, though the implanted blastocyst that she was host-mothering could scarcely have been causing her any inconvenience yet.
Maybe I could promote some lunch out of Marg if she didn't have a whole trailerful of gossiping neighbors the way she usually did.