noun, plural pu·ris.
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Origin of puri
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Example sentences from the Web for puri
So, they could not set out on their journey home that day, but passed five or seven days more at Puri in the same way.
Raghunath returned home, turned mad with love, and repeatedly ran away from his father's house to go to Puri.
A Brahman and a servant for carrying the sandal were sent with the Puri, and given their travelling expenses.
"Please send someone to take charge of our ashram at Puri," Sri Yukteswar went on.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
The people of Puri swam in a sea of delight as they beheld such grand dancing, devotion, and sankirtan.