[ har-i-jan ]
/ ˈhær ɪˌdʒæn /
noun, plural Har·i·jans, (especially collectively) Har·i·jan.(often lowercase)Hinduism.
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Origin of Harijan
First recorded in 1930–35, Harijan is from the Neo-Sanskrit word harijana person of Hari (a name for Vishnu), hence, in Gandhi's conception, a child of God
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British Dictionary definitions for Harijan
/ (ˈhʌrɪdʒən) /
a member of certain classes in India, formerly considered inferior and untouchableSee scheduled castes
Word Origin for Harijan
Hindi, literally: man of God (so called by Mahatma Gandhi), from Hari god + jan man
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