dhava

NOUN
  1. an Indian tree of the family Combretaceae that is a source of timber and gum
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How To Use dhava In A Sentence

  • He identified the Hindu mathematician Madhava as the first discoverer of these series.
  • Madhavan, or ‘Maddy’, feels unpredictability should be one of the weapons in the armoury for anyone who hopes to handle tricky situations in life.
  • Madhavaram seems to be a safer place for the jacanas, because the jheel is not easily traversable.
  • Madhavan said: ‘There are four quadrants in the verification arena.’
  • Among these twenty-five riddle-stories is The Heads That Got Switched, which describes how a washerman, Dhavala, falls in love with Madanasundari, the beautiful daughter of another washerman, and marries her.
  • Madhava also gave a table of almost accurate values of half-sine chords for twenty-four arcs drawn at equal intervals in a quarter of a given circle.
  • Mukunda Madhava Sharma made wide-ranging contributions to Sanskrit literature, especially in the realms of poetry and poetics, history and epigraphy. Archive 2009-11-01
  • Pheasant tailed jacanas and Indian moorhen are the main attractions at the Madhavaram and Manali jheels.
  • Learning by his Yoga prowess of the devotion of Bhishma, Madhava, otherwise called Hari, (entering his body) bestowed upon him heavenly knowledge compassing the Past, the Present, and the Future, and went away. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
  • Madhava's uncle was a master akashic, and his granduncle as well. THE BROKEN GOD
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