Did you possibly mean pooja?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Rites performed in Hindu idol-worship; any Hindu religious ceremony or rite; also figuratively, in ridicule.
- n. alternative spelling of puja.
“But the superior members did no _poojah_ to anything.”
“Old uneducated fool maternal parent did lots of thanks-givings and _poojah_ because gods specially attentive to me -- but”
“In London I did poojah to the big temple by the river for the sake of the God within”
“In London I did poojah to the big temple by the river for the sake of the God within.”
“However, I was not able to discover that it is the custom for even the most ignorant inhabitants to do anything in the nature of poojah before these figures any longer, though probably usual enough before CROMWELL, with the iron sides, ordered all such baubles to be removed.”
“It was quite dark before he had finished his “poojah,” or worship, and his meal.”
“At last, after about ten or twelve such rounds, she paused, with an absorbed air of devotion, and knocked her head three times on the ground once more, doing poojah, before the ever-smiling Buddha.”
“You're always speaking about taboo, and castes, and poojah, and fetiches, as if we weren't civilised people at all, but utter barbarians.”
“We do right every day of the week alike, -- and never do poojah of any sort at any time.”
“Visitors who are not actual worshipers crowd temples/kovils during poojah time and crowd out actual users and disturb the sanctity and value of the poojahs”
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