The Villages of Distinguished names were established by the British colonial government of India in 1877 as a memorial to the country’s Indian Pandits.
It was renamed in 1888 and named after the first Indian Pandit, a man who founded the colony in 1791.
Villas have long served as cultural landmarks in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India’s most populous state.
They are a key feature of Andean villages and have been a major tourist attraction for years.
But this year, a series of accidents has claimed the lives of four Villas.
In February, a car hit a group of villagers in Kannur, India, killing five.
The accident also left four other villagers wounded.
This summer, a vehicle crashed into a village near the city of Gandhinagar, injuring nine people.
The driver was later arrested and charged with vehicular manslaughter.
The village of Chidambaram in Rajasthan, India has a reputation as a place of poverty and social backwardness.
In October, a group was ambushed in the village by a group that had taken over the village’s water supply, forcing the residents to evacuate.
After months of investigation, police said the group had been trying to steal water from the village water tanks.
In April, a motorcycle crashed into the village of Vigyan in the western state of Jammu and Kashmir, killing two men and injuring another six people.
Police said the motorcycle was stolen from the local police station.
In September, a bus carrying schoolchildren from Jammu & Kashmir crashed and killed six people in Uttar Pradesh’s Uttar Pradesh state.
The bus was carrying five schoolgirls from the town of Aligarh in Rajputana district, in western Uttar Pradesh, when it crashed into several houses.
Police later said the bus was being used by a militant group.
In June, a school bus crashed into an elementary school in Bihar, India.
Two students were injured in the crash.
The incident took place near the village school of Gaya in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
The state government has said the accident was the result of negligence.
The Villias of Distinct names are located in more than 400 villages throughout the state.
There are also five more Villas that are not yet named.
In December, the state government also ordered a thorough cleaning of the entire country’s 4,600 Villas to improve the quality of life.
Villains often attack villagers with rocks and knives and are notorious for their use of explosives.
Some villages have been targeted with mines and roadside bombs.
Many of the Villas are built around roads, and villagers have been killed when they try to use the roads.
The number of people who have died in traffic accidents in Andhra is at least 50, according to a recent study by the India Centre for Science and Technology.
Andhra has a history of political violence, and the state has been in turmoil since 2002, when the Congress party was elected to power, with the support of the ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party.
The party has blamed the Congress for the death of the then Chief Minister P V Narasimha Rao, who was killed in the riots in 1989.