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- n. Alternative spelling of rajah.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as rajah.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as Raia.
- n. In India, a prince of Hindu race ruling a territory, either independently or as a feudatory; a king; a chief: used also as a title of distinction for Hindus in some cases, without reference to sovereignty, as nabob is for Mohammedans.
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- n. a prince or king in India
- n. type genus of the family Rajidae
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Bhawar Kisan, who is of uncertain age, is addressed as 'raja' - meaning king - by his Kisan tribe, who number around 700 people.
The Sanskrit word, raja also means "royal" and signifies a prince, chief or ruler in India or South Asia.
Meditation is the art of slowing down and focusing the mind; the seventh step of the eight-step path of yoga known as raja yoga, which aims at complete mastery over body and mind.
This book presents a classical approach to the yogic path of meditation, which is called raja yoga.
To this end I had taken along one of the Sultan's petty officials, a so-called raja, who exercised more or less control over the
Then this man - the so called raja of Rajasthan - shamelessly ran away from Rajasthani people to contest from Darjeeling by making a back door compromise again, against the interest of Nation.
Lalu, dia dan ayahnya mengiktirafkan kedudukan mereka sebagai 'raja'.
Government was by a local prince or "raja", also spelled as rajah.
Taking a cue from his peer, Vimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra, 'raja' of Ayodhya estate, is ready to take a plunge in electoral politics.
A BJP stalwart, 'raja' Mahendra Aridaman Singh of Bah estate, is too in the fray.
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