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  • noun Plural form of pooja.

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Examples

  • Let the sisters enjoy preparing for all the small poojas, chuda (dressing up with bangles ceremony), mehndi (though not a koli tradition).

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  • Let the sisters enjoy preparing for all the small poojas, chuda (dressing up with bangles ceremony), mehndi (though not a koli tradition).

    Sabudana Vada

  • All performed this auspicious act, amidst hustle and bustle of poojas and other religious rituals.

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  • Starting some time in the next few weeks the Meenakshi Temple in Madurai will begin offering E-poojas for people who can't make it to the temple for pilgrimage.

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  • It is unique because a devout Muslim couple have built the temple for Hindu Goddess Mariamman in the backyard of their house and conduct regular poojas and thus remains a citadel of communal harmony.

    Muslim family builds Hindu temple

  • This curry generally is made on the religious festivals or poojas since no onion nor garlic! in the Maharashtrian GSB households.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • An Ayyappa temple and a Siva Temple built in Kuttikuzhy are controlled by this woman, who performs the poojas of the temple.

    Swamini accumulates millions via pooja

  • Since then Bashiribi has been conducting poojas and even holding annual festivals when the utsav idol of the Goddess is taken around the town.

    Muslim family builds Hindu temple

  • This curry generally is made on the religious festivals or poojas since no onion nor garlic! in the Maharashtrian GSB households.

    Ambat Batat

  • I remember my grandma and grand aunt preparing panakam for some poojas at my native place in Kerala.

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