Definitions

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  • proper noun A male given name commonly used in India.

Etymologies

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From Sanskrit राम (Rāma) + चन्द्र (candrá)

Examples

  • 'Ramachandra' in Poornachandrika and 'Saadaramava' in Suruti were sung by the sisters.

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  • The court order came in response to several cases, including a public interest litigation filed in 2007 by anthropologist Nandini Sundar and historian Ramachandra Guha, who are related, and former civil servant E.A.S. Sharma.

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  • As the historian Ramachandra Guha puts it, “Gandhian protesters had burnt foreign cloth to encourage the growth of indigenous textiles; now Nehruvian technocrats would make their own steel and machine tools rather than buy them from the outside.”

    Zero-Sum Future

  • Left, a detail from "Buddha, He Lit the Path" written by S.K. Ramachandra and illustrated by Souren Roy.

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  • As the historian Ramachandra Guha puts it, “Gandhian protesters had burnt foreign cloth to encourage the growth of indigenous textiles; now Nehruvian technocrats would make their own steel and machine tools rather than buy them from the outside.”

    Zero-Sum Future

  • No one had ever seen such a beautiful baby as Ramachandra, as he was called.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • No one had ever seen such a beautiful baby as Ramachandra, as he was called.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • He was as illustrious as Bharata or Ramachandra of Ayodhya.

    Kanha's Dream

  • No one had ever seen such a beautiful baby as Ramachandra, as he was called.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • The two kings Janaka and Dasaratha congratulate each other on the victory of Ramachandra.

    Tales from the Hindu Dramatists

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