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Acarya:

see BhaskaraBhaskara
, called Acarya
[Skt.,=learned], b. 1114, Indian mathematician and astronomer. According to the custom, he put his learned treatises into verse, adding, however, explanations in prose.
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It is said that poet Acharya unified the country through the means of language as he contributed to popularising Nepali across and beyond Nepal through his Ramayan and other works.
There is enough liquidity for those who are able to get it from lenders," Acharya noted.
Last month, Mr Acharya virtually lashed out at the government, claiming that when the central bank's independence is violated, it would trigger an economic crisis and result in a backlash from the financial markets.
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The dance drama was directed and choreographed by Vidushi Guru Asha Adiga Acharya. Dance drama was performed by Acharya performing arts academy senior dance and music disciple with a live orchestra.
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The heaviest casualties occurred in the country's mid-western and eastern regions, said Banshiraj Acharya, the ministry's undersecretary.
Binayak Acharya is one such personality who played a vital role in all the phases of manifold development of Orissa.
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Home minister of the state of Karnataka Dr V S Acharya said there may be a few survivors after a Boeing 737 from Dubai overshot the runway at Mangalore and crashed.