[ UK /ɹˈɑːd‍ʒɐ/ ]
  1. type genus of the family Rajidae
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How To Use Raja In A Sentence

  • He states, that Mr. Hastings received for the appointment of Munny Begum to the rajahship two lacs of rupees, or about 22,000_l. _, and that he received in another gross sum one lac and a half of rupees: in all making three lac and a half, or about 36,000_l. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 10 (of 12)
  • Descended from a long line of respected yogis in Yoga Vedanta philosophy, Swamiji was born in Rajasthan in Northwestern India where he has established a school and other social welfare facilities.
  • Inspector Rajaram Pardeshi, in-charge of the Junnar police station said the suspects in Shivneri cut three iron grills of the temple window with a sharp object and decamped with a mangalsutra and a nath (nose ring) and some money (totalling Rs 10,725) by breaking open the donation box sometime between Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Are We Losing Our Faith in Tough Times?
  • It is dated by the name of the consul serving in Rome under Trajan in AD 98.
  • The brothers are now working on a view of the cultural scene in a palace - the raja playing the sitar, the rani dancing.
  • The gymnasium included a large palaestra surrounded by columns, and the baths in the east wing were fully equipped during the reign of Trajan when the emperor had the roof repaired.
  • Celebes has lately been successful, and the _campong_, where every hut was closed for a year in consequence of the local Rajah forcing his people to join in his insurrection, has at last been re-opened, though under a guard of Dutch and Malay troops. Through the Malay Archipelago
  • Later emperors carried it further and in the second century AD empresses such as Sabina (wife of the emperor Trajan) were depicted as embodying, for example, pietas (family feeling).
  • “I am the maharaja,” Kit said, “and the maharaja wants to know what happened that night.” Slice Of Cherry
  • Rajasthani palaces with their open-sided rooms and fluid spaces were admirably adapted to the hot, dry climate, and the ornamental features such as cusped arches and bangladar roofs represent a fusion of Hindu and Mughal styles.
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