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Pakha

Place

Pakha is a village development committee in Kalikot District in the Karnali Zone of north-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 2968 people living in 570 individual households.

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Google previewThe Ecclesiastical Review (1920)

Pakha is a fishing village and finds relaxation in spreading the ocean out to dry in small plots and selling the salt deposited. There is a chapel here. Near Pakha we passed three villages burned by the bandits. Only parts of mud-brick walls ...

Google previewThe American Ecclesiastical Review; (1920)

A Monthly Publication for the Clergy by Herman Joseph Heuser

Pakha is a fishing village and finds relaxation in spreading the ocean out to dry in small plots and selling the salt deposited, There is a chapel here. Near Pakha we passed three villages burned by the bandits. Only parts of mud-brick walls ...

Google previewA Mundari-English Dictionary (1931)

by Manindra Bhusan Bhaduri

Paka Pakha — a niche used in a wall as a shelf. Pakre — one having a deformed leg. Pal ) —twinkling of an eye ; a moment : Syn. Rapid/ Palak J Palak-ara — a kind of spinach. Palki — a palanquin. Palhao— sprouting of new leaves after the ...

Google previewshobDolara My Sylheti Dictionary

by Munayem Mayenin

Dana, Pakha, PaKna dula: To get dislocated. To move dor: Fear. doraileU dor; na doraile nai. Fear exists when 101 .

Google previewA dictionary of the Nancowry dialect of the Nicobarese language: Nicobarese-Engl. and Engl.-Nicobarese, ed. by mrs. de Roepstorff (1884)

by Frederik Ad de Roepstorff

Pakha — to take up (vide okpak).

Google previewEncyclopedia of Hinduism (2012)

by Denise Cush, Catherine Robinson, Michael York

A large northern version is the noble pakha ̄vaj, used in the Dhrupad, while, cut into two vertical single-headed timbals, this becomes the tabla ̄, ubiquitous in the North. To underpin the playing of the voice or other instruments, the ta ̄npu ...

Google previewA Santali-English dictionary (1899)

by A. R. Campbell

Pakha. A recess in a wall used as a shell, &c.

Google previewA Romanized Hindūstāni and English Dictionary (1864)

Designed for the Use of Schools ... by Nathaniel Brice

Pakha, 8. m. see ...

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Scrabble value of P3A1K5H4A1

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