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Ramachandra

[ rah-muh-chuhn-druh ]
/ ˌrɑ məˈtʃʌn drə /
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noun
the hero of the Ramayana, and a character in the Mahabharata.
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How to use Ramachandra in a sentence

  • The two kings Janaka and Dasaratha congratulate each other on the victory of Ramachandra.

  • The character of Rama—or Ramachandra—is possessed of some high qualities.

    Two Old Faiths|J. Murray Mitchell and William Muir

British Dictionary definitions for Ramachandra

Ramachandra
/ (ˌrɑːməˈtʃʌndrə) /

noun
(in Hindu mythology) an incarnation of Vishnu; the hero of the Ramayana and a character in the MahabharataSee also Rama
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