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Devaki

virgin mother of Krishna. [Hindu Myth.: Parrinder, 76]
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Other finalists in the category included Devaki Gulabsi Khimi from Al Tasnim, Gumeet Singh Nanda from Voltas Oman, and Sultan S.
The meeting was presided by H E Sheikh Musallam Ahmed al Hadri, Wali of Thumrait, Dr Khalid al Mushekhi, director general, MOH, along with Al Tasnim Enterprises represented by Devaki Khimji, managing director and Farrokh J Masani, chief operating officer.
Nadia's doodle has been created by Bangalore-based comic illustrator Devaki Neogi.
Tenders are invited for Storm Water Drainage Scheme of Bhopal municipal Corporation areas Krishna Nagar, Rusalli, Jain Colony, Panna Nagar, Devaki Nagar, Kamal Nagar Chaughara, Sanjay Nagar, Vivekanand Nagar, Newari, Palasi, Badbai , Ratan Colony and Surrounding Area Package-1 B
He drew with Indian IM Devaki V Prasad, Zuniga, Prie and Georgian GMs Zurab Sturua and Giorgi Bagaturov.
She's in the driver's seat as Devaki, the harried mother on a bloody quest to protect her daughter at all costs.
Devaki Lindsay Berkson 2017; softbound; 316 pp; $21.
Celebrate the colours of Indian art by attending a Hindustani classical concert by Devaki Pandit.
Gnanapragasam A, Ebenezar KK, Sathish V, Govindaraju P and Devaki T.
Nirmala Prabhakar (1), Ann Mary Thomas (2), Gopalakrishnan Padmanabhan (3), Harsha Chollankil Hariharan (4), Swati Londhe (5), Devaki Antharjanam (6), Raju Antony (7)
2010--Bryan Tilt, The Struggle for Sustainability in Rural China: Environmental Values and Civil Society, Columbia University Press, 2010 Honorable Mentions: Toyin Falola, Colonialism and Violence in Nigeria, Indiana University Press, 2009; and Kelyani Devaki Menon, "Everyday Nationalism: Women of the Hindu Right in India," University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.