Road sign at Patna, East Ayrshire
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A tale of two Patnas, thousands of miles apart

The village of Patna in East Ayrshire, and its much bigger namesake in India may be thousands of miles apart but the two share some unique historical links.

The Scottish Patna was founded in 1802 by William Fullarton and named after the Indian city of his birth, and local children there have been learning all about the city that gave their village it's name.

BBC Hindi's Apoorva Krishna reports.

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