Need of renaming the Indian cities after British Imperial GovernmentIn India, you might have come across several city/town names that are wrongly spelt in English. Here I'm giving some examples, Kolkata as Calcutta, Dalehi as Delhi, Katak as Cuttack, Bengaluru as Bangalore, Illahabad as Allahabad, Varanasi as Benaras, Brahmapur as Berhampur, Puducherry as Pondicherry, Jabalpur as Jubbulpore, Kanpur as Cawnpur, Kadapa as Cuddapah, Belegavi as Belgaum, Hubbali as Hubli, Shivamogga as Shimoga, Kochi as Cochin, Vadodara as Baroda, Ballari as Bellari, Vijawada as Bejawada, Thrissur as Trichur, and many more.
Similarly, some state names also modified which were wrongly spelt by British govt.; the names are Kerala (Travancore-Cochin), Karnataka (Mysore State), Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Bharat), Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal), Odisha (Orissa). Renaming of Indian cities begin in 1947 after end of the British Imperial. Still there are many small towns, cities and villages which are wrongly spelt and it is embarrass to local people while writing in English.
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