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khanda

(ˈkʌːndə)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) a double-edged sword that appears as the emblem on the Sikh flag and is used in the Amrit ceremony to stir the amrit
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In a corner, a Japanese warrior, mailed and plumed, menaced him with a halberd, and a score of lances and khandas and kuttars gave back the unsteady gleam.
The four convicted persons are Bina Basumatary, Jayanta Mushahary, Dwithai Basumatary, and Khanda Daimary.
ATTOCK: At least four people died and 12 others were injured in a collision between an oil tanker and van on Friday.Police said that due to speeding, a mini oil tanker rammed into a passenger van near Khanda Morr at Kohat Road in Attock.
The deceased woman was identified as Bibi Khanda, 65.
In Khanda Khau out of 24 mines 7 mines are under the effect of subsidence.
Faruk's one uncle told reporters that Faruk worked in a tobacco company's marketing department in Kewa Pashchim Khanda area.
The boat was on its way to Madhyam Khanda in North Guwahati from Guwahati.
The deceased were identified a three years old Laiba and her two years old brother Sap Khanda while a four years old Salma became injured.
“All settlements are cleared through our Baltic partner banks,” comments Chander Khanda, executive PR director of Orchard-cm.
We pass through Shorsh road and the times in Mali Khanda (orphanage) with Ashna and Bewar make me smile.
The present fourteen-volume work treats only of the Kurn[a.bar]rik[a.bar] Khanda (KK), the first of the three divisions of this work (the others are the Yoga Khanda and Siddha Khanda).