sahiba


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sahiba

(ˈsɑːhɪbə) or

sahibah

n
respectful Indian term of address for a woman
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Twenty villages knew the Sahiba - her failings, her tongue, and her large charity.
I spoke to him - when thou wast talking to the Sahiba - of a certain dizziness that lays hold upon the back of my neck in the night, and he said it rose from excessive heat - to be cured by cool air.
The DC issued these orders after paying surprise visits at different schools of Taluka Matiari including Government Primary School Baddo Majidano, Government Primary School Memon Ji Wassi and Girls High School Sahiba Khan Sammu.
Strains of Sun sahiba sun ( Ram Teri Ganga Maili ) waft through a bright mandap as Tanu Trivedi ( Kangana) weds Manu Sharma ( Madhavan) in the open weekend KNOTTY
On the occasion of her 86th birth anniversary while we pay her homage let us also rededicate ourselves to the principles for which the Begum Sahiba struggled all her life and suffered so much.
Head to Hajipur Karbala in Vaishali, Hasanpura in Siwan, Bibi Kamaal Sahiba in Jehanabad along with Bari and Chhoti Dargah in Nalanda.
His girlfriend Sahiba (an annoyingly chirpy Sonakshi Sinha) enters the room through his window and demands a kiss -- we are told a deep kiss burns 40 calories at least -- and Kumar happily obliges.
Islamabad High Court (IHC) ordered the registration of the case against the former military ruler in connection with the killing of Ghazi Abdul Rasheed, former cleric of Lal Masjid, and his mother Sahiba Khatoon.
Ghazi Abdur Rashid and his mother Sahiba Khatoon weer killed during the operation in 207.
With the arrival of talkies, Mehboob played a small but important role in Romantic Prince (Meri Jaan) and went on to play various roles in films such as Chandrahas, Mirza Sahiba, Mad Cap, Nachwali, Sati Anjani, Maha Geet and Ver ni Vasulat.