Definition of Sraddhas
1. sraddha [n] - See also: sraddha
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sraddhas
Literary usage of Sraddhas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of India from the Earliest Ages by James Talboys Wheeler (1869)
"It should also be remarked that sraddhas are other srad- likewise performed on other occasions, and notably at the celebration of any marriage ceremony.8 2 ..."
2. Antiquities of India: An Account of the History and Culture of Ancient Hindustan by Lionel David Barnett (1914)
"At the parvana-sraddhas an odd number of Brahmans (three at least) were invited ... It was otherwise at the sraddhas specially held on the occasion of some ..."
3. The Law Relating to the Hindu Widow by Trailokyanath Mitra (1881)
"By the word ' month' are suggested the sraddhas offered in twelve successive months ; by the term ' sixth' are suggested two ..."
4. On the Deficiencies in the Present Administration of Hindu Law: Being a by Theodor Goldstücker (1871)
"J But the annual and other sraddhas each of them must perform separately. ... J That is, inclusive of the first sixteen sraddhas which end with the ..."