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- Kacha was an ancient sage and the son of Brihaspati in Hindu mythology. The narrative of Kacha is mentioned in the Mahābhārata, the Matsya Purana and the Agni Purana. He was sent by his father Brihaspati to learn the secret of the Sanjivani mantra from Shukracharya, the guru of the Asuras. The idea was to help the Devas with the knowledge of this secret.
- Kacha a.k.a. Nontanan Anchuleepradit is an award-winning tv actor, tv personality, musical artist, theater actor.
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- Kacha a.k.a. Naga, Zeme Language is an human language.
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- Kacha a.k.a. Naga, Liangmai Language is an human language.
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The Hindoos as They Are: A Description of the Manners, Customs and the Inner Life of Hindoo Society in Bengal (1881)
by Shib Chunder Bose
Kacha means raw; the term Shad is synonymous with desire. The ceremony is so called from the female being allowed that day to eat all kinds of native pickles, preserves, sweetmeats, confectionery, several kinds of fruits then in season, ...
Kacha is a very common Hindustani word in India. It means “ raw " or “ uncooked, ” and in the case of bricks, “ sun-dried." F ire-burned bricks are called pucka or “ cooked.”——W. S. 1' This letter has been published in The Journal of the Royal ...
The Quest (2012)
Christ amidst the Quest by Lyman C.D. Kulathungam
Kacha is a pair of shorts showing that the Khalsa Sikh is ready to serve the community. Such attire has sometimes become controversial because of its militant appearance. but we have to understand the context in which such a kind of attire ...
by William Marsden
tulup-kan kacha glazed or enclosed with glass. Bantal sardga iang ber-kachd-kan puspa- rdgam ...
Yir-Yoront Lexicon (1991)
Sketch and Dictionary of an Australian Language by Barry Alpher
Erg & Dat KACHA. Etymology: < PPM *katja; cf. GBadhun gadha 'head' ; cf. also KLY gaatha 'reef . MAN-KACH (N) SCI: body part. 1. NECK (EXTERNAL) .
by Jonathan Rigg
Kacha, glass for glazing; a looking glass. In this lather sense more frequently called Zunieung. Kachaya ...
by Saligrama Krishna Ramachandra Rao
Sroto-anjana should be soaked in milk for three days, and then used as anjaan in vataja kacha. Ghee extracted from milk and medicated with drugs of the kakolyadi groups is to be used as nasya or tarpana in pittaja-timira. The drugs of the ...
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The Jesus Film - Naga, Zeme / Arung / Empui / Kacha / Kachcha / Kutcha / Mezama Language (India)
The Story of the Life and Times of Jesus Christ (Son of God). According to the Gospel of Luke. (India) Naga, Zeme /Arung / Empui / Jeme / Kacha / Kachcha ...
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