Here we explore the stations in India with the suffix “East”. There do not seem to be any with the prefix.
It is not supposed to be a comprehensive list.
The best known one is Bengaluru East:
Including its predecessor above.
Here, the Hindi word and Kannada word seem to be correct translations.
Now to smaller places like Kundara in Kerala:
While Hindi is correct, Malayalam is still East transliterated.
Next to Andhra Pradesh:
Hindi and Telugu appear to be correct.
Tamil Nadu is more complicated. We start with a smaller city:
This was the old station for ages, until a new Kanchipuram station came up to its west. The Tamil word “Kizhaku” seems to be correct.
But Madurai East is different:
Here, a short form similar to E Madurai has been used unlike in the case of Kanchipuram.
Salem East was a small station closed long ago. And Tirupati East became Tirupati even earlier, probably in the 1960s.
It is interesting to see that naming conventions vary even within the same state.
Tailpiece: East can be a middle word, as in Sone East Bank up to the 1940s. Now it is Son Nagar: