Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name used in India.

Etymologies

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From Sanskrit faith

Examples

  • This death rite is known as Shraddha or tarpan and is considered as an inauspicious ceremony.

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  • "He was a very homely man," recalls Shraddha, his wife of six years; Vijay and Shradda have a four-year-old daughter, Samruddhi.

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  • He spent a major portion of it to install a statue of his son at the village and to organise a 'Shraddha' with a feast for the whole village.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • I used to love it in the Shraddha chi kheer (made on the 13th day ceremony after death) and the khichdi.

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  • I used to love it in the Shraddha chi kheer (made on the 13th day ceremony after death) and the khichdi.

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  • Left, Bollywood star Shraddha Kapoor wore a dress by designer Anju Modi during the event, Sunday.

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  • Shraddha Kulkarni was recently trying on jewelry with her daughter at a shop in Mumbai's Zaveri Bazar gold hub.

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  • BTW Shraddha was much better and should have stayed.

    Sayantani Das - Voice of Orissa

  • It is served as prasad as well as for offerings during Shraddha.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • It is served as prasad as well as for offerings during Shraddha.

    Lapshi

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