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Kanakhala, Indian Puranic Village
Kanakhala is the name of the village as mentioned in the Linga Purana.
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Kanakhala is the name of the village as mentioned in the Linga Purana. In this village the great sacrifice or Yajna of Daksha took place. Gangadwara or Haridwar together makes the Kanakhala village.
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