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This was her sansar that she had nutured lovingly and with dedication like most Indian semi literate women.
The former are called Sakrodia or those who ate the leavings of others, and the latter _Deotaon ki sansar_, or the divine Dangis.
Ho hev eit fagert lægje, denne borgi, og lufti lyar seg og gjer seg smeiki aat vaare glade sansar.
Another saying is: _'Sona Sunar ka, abharan sansar ka, '_ or,' The ornament is the customer's, but the gold remains with the Sunar. '
But now many scholars are talking about the possibility of salvation as an essential feature, or as in Buddhism - liberation from sansar.
Aaphno budi lai raata rat samsad ma change garne ani kai na payera aba nepal ko jhanda change garne bhoru aaphai under wear lai cap ma change garaun bhanera bholi dekhi lagayera hidna parla jasto cha hai ani ta sachikai sansar le hami lai herna najar pani change grcha nai hoina ta PM ji
Never again she decide to climb anyone’s doorstep till her husband came to take her back to their sansar in Mumbai.
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