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ratha

(ˈrʌtə)
n
(in India) a four-wheeled carriage drawn by horses or bullocks; chariot
[Hindi]
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For their yearly festivals these goddesses are invoked into their procession images (utsava-murti) and installed on a wooden ratha (Skt.
I was then sent out to live with a farmer in Ratha, Co Kerry and we got on very well, and I still go there every year on holidays.
THE Ratha Yatra "festival of the soul" is thought to be the oldest continuously celebrated spiritual festival in the world.
WHEN Bollywood's crossover maverick Irrfan takes to the multiplex screens next week as the wily Dr Rajit Ratha in the latest Hollywood biggie, The Amazing Spider- Man , he will merely be underlining the western film world's rapidly growing interest in India.
In addition to streamlining regulations governing remittance service providers, there is a pressing need to improve data on remittance market size at the national and bilateral corridor level," said Dilip Ratha, Manager of the World Bank's Migration and Remittances Unit.
Nevada (US), May 29 (ANI): Ratha Yatras (Hindu Festival of Chariots) have been planned in the four cities of Florida.
Also uncertain currency movements can have unpredictable effects on remittance flows," Ratha added.
and Ratha (economist, World Bank) have edited and contributed to a series of essays on recent innovations in international finance for developing countries.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This paper could not have been written without the help of Rachel Hamilton, Milena Mereva, and Ratha Ly.
when the ratha of Jatadhari Lokervara was kept in a place called Thatitol during the time of Sri Ridhinarshimha Malla, the ratha cought fire and was completly destroyed except the god's image.
C drain from NH-203 to towards Ratha babu house in Ward no-04 for 2015-16
visit_bham On Sunday the Birmingham Ratha Yatra Festival will have a spectacular procession beginning 10.