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Brahma marriage

Brahma marriage defined in Manu Smriti ācchādya cārcayitvā ca srutasīlavate svayam | āhūya dānam kanyāyā brāhmo dharmah prakīrtitah || Sanskrit: आच्छाद्य चार्चयित्वा च श्रुतशीलवते स्वयम् । आहूय दानं कन्याया ब्राह्मो धर्मः प्रकीर्तितः ॥ This means ...

Wica

Wica or WICA may refer to: Seax-Wica, a tradition, or denomination, of the neopagan religion of Wicca Wicca, a contemporary pagan and new religious movement Witches International Craft Association, established by Leo Martello in 1970 WICA FM, a r ...

Sri Kunj Bihari Temple

Sri Kunj Bihari Temple is a Hindu house of worship in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. It is the oldest North Indian Temple in Penang dedicated to Krishna, with Kunj Bihari being one of his many names.

Sun Thatha

Sun Thatha is a 2012 Tamil language independent familial-drama film directed by Nassar. The film stars himself in a supporting role with Ahbi and Jamali Shadat in the lead roles.

DN

Diameter of a rolling element bearing in mm multiplied by its speed in rpm Deductive-nomological model, a philosophical model for scientific explanation Diabetic nephropathy Diametre Nominal, the European equivalent of Nominal Pipe Size Decinewto ...

Yu-Chin Chen

Yu-Chin Chen is an economist and researcher at the University of Washington. Her research fields include international finance, macroeconomics, open economy macroeconomics, trade and development, and applied economics. She has served as a staff e ...

Bread and Roses (disambiguation)

Bread and Roses is a political slogan originally associated with the 1912 textile strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Bread and Roses may also refer to: Bread and Roses Award, a British award for radical books Bread and Roses album, a 1976 album b ...

Unholy Trinity

Unholy Trinity may refer to: Impossible trinity or unholy trinity, a concept in international economics The unholy trinity in John Miltons Paradise Lost consisting of Beelzebub, Lucifer, and Astaroth. In popular culture: "Unholy Trinity", a song ...

Sanna

Sanna Inn, a river in Austria, a tributary to the Inn Sanna, a village in Rõuge Parish, Võru County, Estonia Sanna, Ardnamurchan, a village in the far west of Scotland Sanna Vistula, a river in Poland, a tributary to the Vistula Sanna, Nordland, ...

Sibi (disambiguation)

Sibi is a city in Balochistan, Pakistan. Sibi may also refer to: Sibi Tehsil, a subdivision of Sibi District Sibi name, including a list of people with the name Sibi king, a character in Hindu and Buddhist mythology Sibi District, in Balochistan, ...

BSR

BSR is an abbreviation that has a number of meanings: Bootstrap Router, a term used in Protocol Independent Multicast to configure Rendezvous Points X10 powerline communications standard, created by Birmingham Sound Reproducers Station code for V ...

Government Municipal Degree College, Faisalabad

Government Municipal Degree College, Faisalabad, گورنمنٹ میونسپل ڈگری کالج فیصل آباد previously known as Lyallpur Khalsa College, Faisalabad, is a degree college located in Faisalabad, Pakistan. on Faisalabad-Jaranwala Road near Abdullah our. It ...

Gol Gol

Gol or Gulgul or Kulkul may refer to: Gol Gol-e Sofla disambiguation Gol Gol, Hamadan, Iran Gol Gol, New South Wales, Australia Gol Rural District, Iran Sepideh-ye Gol Gol, Iran Golgol River Gol Gol, Kermanshah, Iran Kul-kul, a drumtower in Balin ...

Rudra (disambiguation)

Rudra may refer to: Rudra spider, a genus of jumping spider Rudras, followers or aspect of Rudra Rudra sampradaya - a Hindu Vaishnava sampradaya tradition HAL Rudra, the WSI Weapon Systems Integrated version of HAL Dhruv Rudra band, a Singaporean ...

Jagannath Temple (disambiguation)

Jagannath Temple, Rayagada, Odisha Jagannath Temple, Puri, Odisha Chhatia Bata, Jajpur, Odisha Jagannath Temple, Mohanpur, West Bengal Jagannath Temple, Hyderabad Jagannath Temple, Thalassery, Kerala Jagannath Temple, Ahmedabad, Gujarat Jagannath ...

Tiangong (disambiguation)

Tian gong or Jade Emperor is the name of Taoist deity, the Ruler of Heaven. The Tiangong program is a Chinese space station program intended to be finished by 2020. Tiangong may also refer to: Tiangong-3 Tiangong-2 Tiangong-1 The space stations p ...

Kaiyuan Temple

Kaiyuan Temple could be several Buddhist temples: Kaiyuan Temple Fuzhou, in Fuzhou, Fujian, China Kaiyuan Temple Zhengding, in Zhengding, Hebei, China Kaiyuan Temple Chaozhou, in Chaozhou, Guangdong, China Kaiyuan Temple Zhanghua, in Zhanghua, T ...

Khanom co ka ti

Khanom kho is a traditional Thai dessert from south of Thailand and made for auspicious ceremonies. Khanom kho is similar to khanom tom, a dessert from central Thailand. Khanom kho in previously it has only white color and now to make more beauty ...

Valentin Pozaic

Bishop Valentin Pozaic, S.J. is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who served as a Titular Bishop of Petina and an Auxiliary Bishop of Archdiocese of Zagreb from 2 February 2005 until 13 May 2017.

Josh Harris

Josh or Joshua Harris may refer to: Joshua Harris actor born 1978, American child actor turned producer Josh Harris athlete born 1990, Australian long-distance runner Josh Harris Internet born c. 1960, founder of pseudo.com Joshua Harris business ...

Douglas Young

Douglas or Doug Young is the name of: Douglas Young cricketer 1917–1995, English cricketer Doug Young boxer born 1961, British boxer Doug Young ice hockey 1908–1990, Canadian ice hockey defenceman Doug Young powerlifter 1964–2005, American powerl ...

Calling the Shots

Calling the Shots is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Janis Cole and Holly Dale and released in 1988. The film analyzes the changing role of women in the film industry, through the reflections of various female performers and filmmakers. ...

Gayathri Reddy

Gayathri Reddy is an Indian model and actress. She was a finalist in the beauty contest Femina Miss India 2016. She made her film debut with Bigil.

Appomattox

Appomattox, shorthand for the surrender of Robert E. Lee to Ulysses S. Grant in the American Civil War, may refer to: Battle of Appomattox Court House, a battle of the American Civil War that was a culmination of the Appomattox Campaign and resul ...

Miguel Hernandez (disambiguation)

Miguel Hernandez was a Spanish poet and playwright. Miguel Hernandez or Miguel Hernandez is also the name of: Miguel Luna Hernandez 1953–2017, Mexican Party of the Democratic Revolution politician Miguel Hernandez Agosto 1927–2016, Puerto Rican p ...

Emme

Emme may refer to: People: Emme Rylan, American actress born Marcy Faith Behrens in 1980 Ivan Fyodorovich Emme 1763–1839, Russian lieutenant general in the Napoleonic Wars Edna L. Emme, American hair care expert Otto J. Emme, American politician ...

Saint-Sulpice

Sulpicius Severus, known as Saint Sulpice c. 360–c. 420, who wrote the earliest biography of Saint Martin of Tours. Sulpitius I of Bourges the Severe died 591 Sulpitius the Pious, known as Saint Sulpice, who died around 646 AD General Raymond-Gas ...

Lewis Hamilton (disambiguation)

Louis Keppel Hamilton 1890–1957, a senior Royal Navy officer Lewis Hamilton footballer born 1984, an English footballer Lewis Hamilton priest Archdeacon of Elphin in the 18th Century Louis McLane Hamilton lieutenant 1876–1911, a U.S. Army officer ...

Frunk (disambiguation)

Hans Von Frunk, a German high officer in the Spanish Civil War at the Badajoz massacre Brandon Frunk, a mixed martial artist who had a bout in SFL 50, see 2014–2016 in SFL numbered events Frunk Murnis, alias of Frank Morris speedcuber

Stubby

Stubby may refer to: WGHR college radio, an American radio station formerly called WSTB and nicknamed "Stubby" Fimpen UK title Stubby, a Swedish 1974 film directed by Bo Widerberg Stubby bottle, a short beer bottle Stubby nickname, a list of peop ...

Kampe

Kampe may refer to: People with the surname Anja Kampe born 1968, German opera singer Greg Kampe born 1955, American basketball coach Eva Kampe born 1940, Australian track and field athlete Gordon Kampe born 1976, German composer Willi Kampe 1888 ...

Duncan Norman

Duncan Norman MBE is a British diplomat, serving since 2016 as the British Ambassador to Albania. Previously to this, he was the head of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Afghanistan Unit. He joined the FCO in 1990, and has also worked in Dhaka ...

Kasei

Kasei Station, a train station on the Fujikyuko Line in Tsuru, Yamanashi, Japan Toritsu-Kasei Station, a train station on the Seibu Shinjuku Line in Nakano, Tokyo, Japan Mitsubishi Kasei, a World War II aircraft engine used on many Japanese warplanes

Henley

Henley, New Zealand, a town in the South Island of New Zealand Henley, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney, Australia

St Leonards Hospital, Ferndown

The facility was built for American and Canadian military personnel arriving at Hurn Airport and was completed in 1942 during the Second World War. At the end of the war General Dwight D. Eisenhower planted an oak tree to commemorate the event. I ...

Kostis Petrakis

Petrakis fought and was wounded in the Greco-Italian War. After the fall of Greece to the Axis powers in spring 1941, he fled through Turkey to the British-controlled Middle East and enlisted the Greek Army in exile in which he fought bravely. In ...

M1A1

a variant of the M1 carbine with a folding stock for paratroopers a variant of the Thompson submachine gun a variant of the M1 Abrams battle tank M1A1 Flamethrower, an anti-personnel weapon a U.S. Army bangalore torpedo used in World War II an an ...

Subedar Sansar Chand

Subedar Sansar Chand, MVC was an officer of the Indian Army, who served with the 8 Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra, Indias second highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy, during Operation Rajiv 19 ...

Eugenia Argiewicz

Eugenia Argiewicz, later Eugenia Argiewicz Bem, was a Polish violinist based in San Francisco, California for much of her career.

Bowyer (disambiguation)

Bowyer Butte, Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica Bowyer Island, British Columbia, Canada Fort Bowyer, Alabama, a US Army fortification twice fought over in the War of 1812 Bowyer, an accepted name for Whitby, West Virginia, before 1919

NHS Nightingale Hospital North East

The NHS Nightingale Hospital North East is one of the temporary NHS Nightingale Hospitals set up by NHS England to help to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. It was constructed inside the Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing, ...

Herbert Jones

H. Jones 1940–1982, British Army officer in Falklands War; VC recipient Herbert M. Jones 1898–1990, US Army Major General; Adjutant General Herbert C. Jones 1918–1941, US Navy officer in Pearl Harbor; Medal of Honor recipient

List of bioterrorist incidents

The definitions of bioterrorism for the purpose of this article are: The use of violence or of the threat of violence in the pursuit of political, religious, ideological or social objectives Committed with the use of biological agents Acts commit ...

53rd Brigade

53rd Brigade or 53rd Infantry Brigade may refer to: 53rd Mountain Motorized Infantry Brigade Peoples Republic of China 53rd Indian Brigade of the British Indian Army in the First World War 53rd Mechanized Brigade Ukraine 53rd Indian Infantry Brig ...

JT Lewis

Joseph Theodore Lewis is an American gun rights activist, trauma victim advocate and Republican political candidate who is running to represent Connecticuts 28th senate district in the Connecticut State Senate. He is the older brother of first gr ...

Rafal Jonkisz

Rafal Jonkisz is a Polish male fashion model, acrobat and television personality. He holds the title of Mister Poland 2015.

M. Elsa Gardner

M. Elsa Gardner was an American Aeronautical engineer. She was the first woman admitted as a full member of the Engineers Club of Dayton.

Frances Heywood

Heywood was born Frances Dora Weaver in Brentford, North east London, to an itinerant Methodist preacher. Her family followed her father so she attended Bradford Girls Grammar School and Sheffield High School in Yorkshire. Heywood won the Arnott ...

Kelly Thornton (director)

Kelly Thornton is a Canadian theatre director and dramaturge. She has served as artistic director of Nightwood Theatre and is the current artistic director of the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Thornton was the co-head of Equity in Canadian Theat ...

John S. McMillin

John Stafford McMillin was an American lawyer, businessman and political figure. Born in Sugar Grove, Indiana, McMillin attended DePauw University and became a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. He practiced law in Lafayette before moving to Was ...