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  • n. Plural form of havan.

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Examples

  • Also, there's a new concern for the environment - people do not want 'havans' or 'yagnas' where firewood has to be burnt.

    IPS Inter Press Service

  • Meanwhile, Bachchan's fans on Saturday performed 'havans' as the Maharashtra Governor SP Jamir and other dignitaries wished speedy recovery to the megastar.

    Top Stories - Google News

  • For the convenience of pilgrims at the Yatri Niwas, points like development of shopping arcade, private shopping line, organizing of havans, langers, jagratas, establishment of police units, signage erections by R&B, strengthening of Medical Aid Centre and police assistance were also discussed threadbare.

    Entire administration gear up in view of Amarnath Yatra

  • It is a fact that Mr Devegowda has been performance homas and havans for long, and in various places.

    black magic in politics

  • Tambrams have a way of turning every festival, every celebration and even every death into a homogenous sequence of homams (havans), coconuts, kalasams (brass vessel), priests and arcane minutiae in no particular order.

    Doing Jalsa and Showing Jilpa

  • It is the language of ghee poured into havans, the language of weddings, and funerals, and Doordarshan's commentary on the Republic Day parade.

    The Times of India

  • 'Makar Sankranti' yesterday, are now playing host to people performing 'havans' or those meditating.

    The Times of India

  • I have never came across such big havans before. '

    India eNews

  • He said, "We did pujas and havans, fed animals and ants, and did everything advised to us, but our hearts just broke when she was found dead.

    Analysis

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